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The Week In Books: July 28 – August 3

A much more productive week than I was expecting – and some really good books in there – check out the reviews of American Blonde and The Storms of War.  It’s also been a very early Twentieth Century week – Flambards in the pre-Great War period, The Storms of War covering 1914-18, Laura Lamont starting in the 1920s and going through to the 1970s and American Blonde set in the 1940s! And that’s before you get to the fact that I’ve started Flappers  I also really enjoyed the Donna Andrews, the Meg Langslow series continues to provide me with a lot of laughs and it was great to fill in a gap in my Christina Jones back catalogue with Tickled Pink.

Read:

American Blonde by Jennifer Niven

Tickled Pink by Christina Jones

The Penguin Who Knew Too Much by Donna Andrews

Laura Lamont’s Life in Pictures by Emma Straub

The Storms of War by Kate Williams

Flambards by K M Peyton

Started:

Deception by M C Beaton

Flappers by Judith Mackrell

A Surfeit of Lampreys by Ngaio Marsh

Still reading:

The Beach Hut Next Door by Veronica Henry

Titus Groan by Mervyn Peake

No books bought this week – so that’s progress of a sort.  Still, not all of last week’s splurge have arrived yet…

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