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The Week in Books: April 18 – April 24

Another busy week but this time a longer list, although a lot of them are rereads. I am slowly working my way through the non-fiction portion of the still reading list, but this week I mostly got distracted by rereading the Phryne Fisher series, for reasons that may become obvious in the near future. I’m carrying on with the Ngaio Marsh audiobook odyssy – currently working my way through the theatre related ones, not quite sure why I grabbed at those at the moment. I need to have a bit of a run at the NetGalley list though – fingers crossed this week is the week when I make some progress on that.


False Scent by Ngaio Marsh

He Shall Thunder in the Sky by Elizabeth Peters

Elegy for Eddie by Jacqueline Winspear

The Start of Something by Miranda Dickinson*

An Impossible Imposter by Deanna Raybourn

Roomies by Christina Lauren

Poison for Teacher by Nancy Spain

Flying Too High by Kerry Greenwood

The Green Mill Murder by Kerry Greenwood


Bad Luck by Linwood Barclay

Still reading:

Worn by Sofi Thanhauser*

Paper Lion by George Plimpton

Fire Court by Andrew Taylor*

Plan for the Worst by Jodi Taylor

The Fake Up by Justin Myers*

I Was Better Last Night by Harvey Fierstein

Relatively well behaved to be honest – a pre-order popped in but nothing much else.

Bonus photo: a houseplant update – I’ve repotted the Palm and added and repotted a Swiss Cheese plant (he’s called Roger)

A window sill full of plants.


An * next to a book title indicates that it came from NetGalley. ** indicates it was an advance copy from a source other than NetGalley


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