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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.

Read:

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

Started:

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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