Some Kind of Good: The Picker Series (Volume 2) - Occupational fiction by Mark Clay Grove

Some Kind of Good is an occupational novel that reads like PBS’s Doc Martin series or All Creatures Great and Small. It is based on the author’s own day-to-day experiences as an antiques dealer and collector over four decades. Some Kind of Good is the first sequel to The Madison Picker. Charles and Emma venture again from Barboursville, Virginia in their pursuit of design merit to experience London and Paris. Their mission: travel, eat well, pick low, sell high. Be advised, titles in the Picker Series read more like a travelogue than a novel. Day-to-day adventures replace plot peaks and every discovery they make is a climax – and there are many. If you like to watch public television's Antiques Roadshow, you’ll probably find the Picker Series, Some Kind of Good.