Happy Monday everyone. It’s a three day week here in the UK because we have bank holidays for the Queen’s Jubilee at the end of the week. And we’re not the only country with holidays this week – it’s Memorial day in the US today. Anyway, as far as my week goes, this may be a new record for books that I’ve already written about as well as authors I’ve written about before. Still not making massive inroads into the still reading list – I’m going to blame the Vicky Bliss binge for that as well as the ongoing Phryne re-read. I’ll try and do better this week. If the weather continues to be nice, I might even get the Hammock out for some reading time! I’m down in London for a couple of nights this week – I have theatre tickets – so who knows what the end of month list will look like, and the end of week list, but hey, all books and no play makes Verity a dull girl.
Attack and Delay by Andrew Cartmel
Castle Skull by John Dickson Carr
The Young Pretenders by Edith Henrietta Fowler
Death on a Midsummer Night by Kerry Greenwood
Trojan Gold by Elizabeth Peters
Miss Moriarty, I Presume by Sherry Thomas
Night Train to Memphis by Elizabeth Peters
Jumping Jenny by Anthony Berkeley
Mirror Lake by Juneau Black*
Beach House Summer by Sarah Morgan*
Paper Lion by George Plimpton
Plan for the Worst by Jodi Taylor
Miss Aldridge Regrets by Louise Hare*
Cinderella Goes to the Morgue by Nancy Spain
One ebook and that’s it. Very restrained. I’m amazed at me.
Bonus photo: I do love peonies. The plant in the garden only ever produces about two flowers, but luckily, my monthly bouquet of flowers included them this month, and aren’t they beautiful?
An * next to a book title indicates that it came from NetGalley. ** indicates it was an advance copy from a source other than NetGalley