Aww cjhtwo, you know me to well. It was ok, a little dry sometimes but I find the 1920's an interesting period of history.
This morning I just finished "The Dirt on Clean" by Katherine Ashenburg. Did you know that the reason American kids allergies and asthma is increasing is because they don't get dirty enough to boost their immunes system? Our obsession with excessive cleanness started in the 1920's.
I also read "Mortuary Confidential" by McKenzie and Harris. Short stories about the dead business, a few tearjerkers of course.
I also finished the WWII spy book "Operation Mincemeant" by Ben Macintyre. If you like spy stories this is a good one about the invasion of Sicily and how the Germans were deceived by planting false information on a dead body and letting the Germans find it.
What's your current book? You always have great suggestions. (although I don't need any more books to read, I have a dozen - at least - on hand now)