I've been off sick this week, so I've been churning through a bunch of books I'd started ages ago.
"The Full Cupboard of Life" - by Alexander McCall Smith - about a lady private investigator in Botswana - beautiful books, funny and heartwarming.
"The Dream of Scipio" - by Iain Pears, great historical novel set in 3 different centuries 500 years apart. Very good.
"Queen Isabella and the Strange Murder of Edward II
" by Paul Doherty - good historical biography/investigation.
"The Clocks" by Agatha Christie - Hercule Poirot and his little grey cells
"The Devil's Novice" by Ellis Peters - Brother Cadfael and his little grey cells (cells, geddit - cells, monastery, monks ? Well I thought it was funny).
"Gai-jin" by James Clavell - another 5lb-er, but pretty good (second time I'm reading it). This one is taking me some time though, its slow to get started.
"Missee Lee" by Arthur Ransome - I used to love these books as a kid, so now I'm having my second childhood and re-reading them all. Great stuff, very jolly hockey-sticks.
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