I was in the office all five days last week, so plenty of reading time on the trains. Despite that, the excitement of Eurovision on Saturday along with some time fixing the fence in the garden mean the list is probably shorter than it could have been. I’ve accidentally started rereading the Vicky Bliss series (so the link to Elizabeth Peters isn’t entirely right because it takes you to the Amelia Peabody post) as well as working my way through the NetGalley books and a relisten to one of my favourite Pratchetts. And I finished the week with another E C R Lorac, which continue to be really entertaining whenever I come across them.
Fire Court by Andrew Taylor*
Ask a Historian by Greg Jenner
The Truth by Terry Pratchett
Dear Little Corpses by Nicola Upson*
The Fake Up by Justin Myers*
Borrower of the Night by Elizabeth Peters
Street of the Five Moons by Elizabeth Peters
Post after Post-Mortem by E C R Lorac
Miss Moriarty, I Presume by Sherry Thomas
Paper Lion by George Plimpton
Plan for the Worst by Jodi Taylor
Miss Aldridge Regrets by Louise Hare*
Hotel Magnifique by Emily J Taylor*
Well there was a book sale at work and it could have got a bit messy except I could only fit three books in my bag. And a couple of preorders arrived too.
Bonus photo: How quickly flowers fade – remember the wisteria from the other week? Here it is last week, starting to go over.
An * next to a book title indicates that it came from NetGalley. ** indicates it was an advance copy from a source other than NetGalley