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The Week In Books: December 26 – January 1

Welcome to the week after Christmas.  You’ll see that I got one of the books I wanted and have already started reading it.  You may also detect a slight free book spree over New Year.  What can I say.  I regret it.  And because of the fireplace situation, the bottom of my to-read pile is in the box at the top, so there are some books I’d almost forgotten I had getting an outing!


Midnight at Tiffany’s by Sarah Morgan

Deadly Duo by Margery Allingham

Grunt by Mary Roach

A Red Herring without Mustard by Alan Bradley

Open for Business by Cressida McLaughlin

I Love The Sound of Broken Glass by Paul Charles

The Billionaire’s Christmas Virgin by J S Scott

Perfect Holiday Fling by Farrah Rochon


First Women by Kate Andersen Brower

Fountain of Sorrow by Paul Charles

The Making of A Marchioness by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Still reading:

American Wife by Curtis Sittenfeld

I didn’t buy any books this week – but as I mentioned, I had a little wander through the free book chart on Amazon.  But hey, they didn’t cost me anything and I don’t have to finish them if I don’t like them…

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