The Week In Books: June 19 – June 25

Can you tell that I’ve been on holiday? I think you can….

Read:

Nun Too Soon by Alice Loweecey

The Tell-Tale Tarte by Maya Corrigan

Written in Dead Wax by Andrew Cartmel

The Clock Strikes Nun by Alice Loweecey

Standard Deviation by Katherine Heiny

If The Haunting Fits, Wear It by Rose Pressey

Death of a Lobster Lover by Lee Hollis

I Don’t Like Where This Is Going by John Dufresne

Asking for Truffle by Dorothy St James

The Early Birds by Laurie Graham

Paper Girls Vol 1 by Brian K Vaughan

Started:

The Greedy Queen by Annie Gray

The Hissing of the Silent Lonely Room by Paul Charles

Still reading:

Kick by Paula Byrne

Reel History: The World According to the Movies by Alex von Tunzelmann

The Headmistress by Angela Thirkell

Trans Like Me by CN Lester

I don’t think I actually bought any books this week – which is a minor miracle in itself.  I’m almost proud of me!

 

The Week In Books: June 12 – June 18

 A busy week of news and work. Honestly I wish it would just stop. It’s starting to feel a bit end of days to be honest.  Here’s hoping the world improves.

Read:

An Expert in Murder by Nicola Upson

Gridiron Grit by Noel Sainsbury Jr

Fatal Forgeries by Ritter Ames

Bitch Planet Vol 1 by Kelly Sue DeConnick et al

Rivers of London: Detective Stories 1 by Ben Aaronovitch et al

 Fatal Facade by Alison Campbell

The Antique House Murders by Leslie Nagal

Started:

Trans Like Me by CN Lester

The Early Birds by Laurie Graham

Nun Too Soon by Alice Loweecey

Still reading:

Kick by Paula Byrne

Reel History: The World According to the Movies by Alex von Tunzelmann

The Headmistress by Angela Thirkell

Standard Deviation by Katherine Heiny

Written in Dead Wax by Andrew Cartmel

I may have bought a few Kindle John LeCarrés, but apart from that, well behaved. I’m also trying to make the Cartmel last because I’m really enjoying it!

 

The Week In Books: June 5 – June 11

I’m not that surprised I didn’t get much read this week – it was elections and I’ve been super busy with work and have done a lot of hours.  Hopefully this week will be more normal…

Read:

Marriage is Pure Murder by Staci McLaughlin

Once in a Lifetime by Jill Shalvis

Death by Vanilla Latte by Alex Erickson

Bad Housekeeping by Maia Chance

Started:

Fatal Forgeries by Ritter Ames

An Expert in Murder by Nicola Upson

Written in Dead Wax by Andrew Cartmel

Still reading:

Kick by Paula Byrne

Reel History: The World According to the Movies by Alex von Tunzelmann

The Headmistress by Angela Thirkell

Standard Deviation by Katherine Heiny

Yeah.  Quite a lot of books bought – two proper books at the lovely Big Green Bookshop after work on Saturday and five ebooks which were on various short term offers…

The Week In Books: May 29 – June 4

Not as much read as I wanted this week, but sometimes it goes like that – I’ve been super busy and I can’t see this week being any quieter, what with the election on Thursday.

Read:

Flat-Out Sexy by Erin McCarthy

Westmorland Alone by Ian Sansom

The Sussex Downs Murder by John Bude

One Fete in the Grave by Vickie Fee

Bearly Departed by Meg Macy

Started:

Marriage is Pure Murder by Staci McLaughlin

Standard Deviation by Katherine Heiny

Still reading:

Kick by Paula Byrne

Reel History: The World According to the Movies by Alex von Tunzelmann

The Headmistress by Angela Thirkell

Only one ebook bought so I’m counting that as a big success.  Fingers crossed I can keep that going…

 

The Week In Books: May 22 – May 28

I hate nightshifts.  My brain is totally frazzled.  Totally.  And that’s before you get to the events of this week.  It’s not been a good one.  So I’ve read lots of lovely romance.  Lots of it.

Read:

The Death of Lucy Kyte by Nicola Upson

Because of Miss Bridgerton by Julia Quinn

Summer, With Love by Sarah Morgan (omnibus edition of:

The Spanish Consultant, The Greek Children’s Doctor and the English Doctor’s Baby)

The Magnificent Flying Baron Estate by Eric Bower

The Nightingale Before Christmas by Donna Andrews

Started:

Westmorland Alone by Ian Sansom

Flat-Out Sexy by Erin McCarthy

Still reading:

Kick by Paula Byrne

Reel History: The World According to the Movies by Alex von Tunzelmann

On the brightside, I didn’t buy any books.  So there is that.  Onwards and upwards.

 

The Week In Books: May 15 – May 21

Lots of cozy crime novels this week – but I’ve also read a fair bit more of some of the long runners, just not finished them.  I’ve also given up on one, which I just couldn’t get in to.  Hey ho.  Nights started on Sunday night (so hopefully I’ll just be waking up from a good days sleep as this publishes) so expect cozy crime and romance next week as my tired brain struggles with anything more complicated!

Read:

A Reference to Murder by Kym Roberts

The Woodpecker Always Pecks Twice by JR Ripley

Ivy Get Your Gun by Cindy Brown

Uniformly Dead by Greta Mckennan

Lumberjanes Vol 4: Out of Time by Noelle Stevenson et al

Angel Catbird Vol 2: To Castle Catula by Margaret Atwood et al

Started:

The Death of Lucy Kyte by Nicola Upson

Still reading:

Kick by Paula Byrne

Reel History: The World According to the Movies by Alex von Tunzelmann

One book bought – because it just happened to be in my Amazon basket when I was buying some other bits.  Or at least that’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it!

 

The Week In Books: May 8 – May 14

A really good week’s reading – with emotion, mystery, romance and daring do in science fiction among my books.

Read:

Sidney Chambers and the Persistence of Love by James Runcie

Hospitality and Homicide by Lynn Cahoon

Always On My Mind by Jill Shalvis

Snowmen in Paradise by Kathi Daley

The Home Crowd Advantage by Ben Aaronovitch

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

A Rare Book of Cunning Devices by Ben Aaronovitch

A Dangerous Crossing by Rachel Rhys

Started:

The Headmistress by Angela Thirkell

 

Still reading:

The May Queen by Helen Irene Young

Kick by Paula Byrne

Reel History: The World According to the Movies by Alex von Tunzelmann

Only one book bought, so that’s progress on the previous week.