Among this week’s haul, I’ve read:
— Rhys Bowen, Royal Flush
The third in the lighthearted, 1930’s-set Lady Georgiana series.
— Elspeth Huxley, Murder on Safari
Not quite as M.M. Kaye as I’d hoped, but very eye-opening in terms of the mechanics of big game hunting in the 1930s.
— Stella Gibbons, Nightingale Wood
I am both charmed and perplexed by this book. For those who have read Cold Comfort Farm, this is simultaneously more cynical and yet more sentimental, which is an odd and intriguing combination.
— Harriet Evans, Love Always
Going back and forth between the present day and 1960s Cornwall, a family secret is about to be revealed…. I’m in the middle of this one right now and absolutely hooked.
What have you been reading?