The Week In Books: September 12 – September 18

Can you tell that I’ve been on holiday?  Lazy days on the beach and even lazier evenings on the patio mean lots and lots of reading time.  And then there was the flight home on Saturday.  Lots and lots of lovely books – and a mix of fiction and non-fiction too.  This may be the first time I’ve been on holiday and read all the paperbacks I took with me too!

Read:

Dancers in Mourning by Margery Allingham

The Book Club Murders by Leslie Nagel

Primary Colors by Anonymous

A Proposal to Die For by Vivian Conroy

Discovery of Desire by Susanne Lord

The Sex Lives of English Women by Wendy Jones

The Barista’s Guide to Espionage by Dave Sinclair

A Second Chance by Jodi Taylor

Death of a Ghost by Margery Allingham

A Trail Through Time by Jodi Taylor

When A Child is Born by Jodi Taylor

A Roman Holiday by Jodi Taylor

Started:

Dustbowl Girls by Lydia Reeder

Queen Victoria’s Youngest Son by Charlotte Zeepvat

Still reading:

The Underground Railroad by Coulson Whitehead

The holiday meant reduced opportunities for physical book buying – but I did buy a few on the kindle – a couple of Chronicles of St Mary’s novels and novellas and a little spending spree in Gollancz’s ebook sale.

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