Mine came in too! I kinda suck though, I skipped right to the third one because I was more curious about what hijinks Yeager was going to get up to >.> Funny that the second one, about Weaver, is written in third person where the other two aren't. (Also maybe I'm biased but I'm already starting to miss the whole "FBI agent in a small town" setting because the third book takes place in New Orleans and involves the mob... Although it's nice the author is actually friends with a former FBI agent, so you do get at least a stylized sense of how they operate to some degree.)
The only reason I read the second one before the third was because of Pericles and having a ridiculous amount of time backstage to read. I managed to finish it, so the next night I moved onto the third. It's an interesting book, and Yeager does make a few appearances in it, though it would have been nice to see him more. It was interesting not getting the story directly from her perspective the way we do Yeager. Nah, you're not biased... or I am too, because I would have rather there be more FBI agent in a small town stuff. That's probably why the first one is still my favourite.
The books made me wish for a book with York as the main character, though. Set pre-Deadly Premonitions.
You'll have to share those photos with us! Is there some kind of unique effect toy cams have that normal ones don't?
It depends on the toy camera, I think. Some don't do anything particularly unique; I think with toy cameras it's more about the fun and adventure of photo taking more than anything else. The one I'm waiting on the arrival of is the Golden Half camera, and it takes half frame photos so for every exposure on a roll of film you get two photos. There are others that have fish-eye lenses, and others that have four sequential lenses/shutters, so you get an action series of shots in each photo.