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The Week In Books: May 4 – May 10

Having got a bit behind with my book group reading, the early part of the week was spent reading the remaining 450 pages (of 500) of the Sudden Departure of the Frasers – which was definitely worth it.  After that, the General Election and nightshifts took over – and I moved into a crime-and-romance mind set.  I wanted to finish the Nora Roberts – and it is prime nightshift reading (so far at least) but my copy is a big old hardback, too big and heavy to cart about to work and back.

Read:

The Hen of the Baskervilles by Donna Andrew

The Sudden Departure of the Frasers by Louise Candlish

The Unlikely Lady by Valerie Bowman

A War of Flowers by Jane Thynne

Defying the Earl by Anabelle Bryant

Three to get Deadly by Janet Evanovich

The Lady Hellion by Joanna Shupe

Started:

The Last Dragonslayer by Jasper Fforde

Hollywood Lost by Ace Collins

Four to Score by Janet Evanovich

Still reading:

The Liar by Nora Roberts

No books bought this week (!) which is particularly impressive because nights usually mean poor impulse control, resulting in binge book buying in the early hours.  However I’m still on the Evanovich bandwagon (and now The Boy has joined in) so I’m not sure how long the five that I bought last week are going to last me…

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