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The Week In Books: September 1 – September 7

There’s a couple of short stories on the list this week, which make it look longer than it should.  I spent Monday to Wednesday recovering from nightshifts (which finished at 6 on Monday morning) and catching up on housework so the reading got a bit left behind – though the slow trains home from my four late shifts at the end of the week helped redress the balance!

Read:

The Empress Chronicles by Suzy Vitello

Pomfret Towers by Angela Thirkell

No Weddings by Kat Bastion with Stone Bastion

Storm in a Tea Shoppe by Carola Dunn

An Unhappy Medium by Carola Dunn

The Lady’s Disgrace by Callie Hutton

Love Me or Leave Me by Claudia Carroll

Who Needs Mr Darcy by Jean Burnett

Started:

The Brandons by Angela Thirkell

Shakespeare’s Trollop by Charlaine Harris

Still reading:

The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert

I think we should skim over the number of books bought this week (6) as the arrival of parcels from previous weeks and from a publisher or two has already disturbed The Boy’s belief in my ability to reduce the pile.  Still this week I’ve got much closer to up to date on my NetGalley backlog.  Swings, may I introduce you to Roundabout.

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