76 Last Train to Liguria (2009) Christine Dwyer Hickey (F)
77 Howards End is on the landing (2010) Susan Hill (NF)
78 The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (1926) Agatha Christie (F)
79 Dark Fire (2007) C J Sansome (F)
80 Mennonite in a little black dress (2011) Rhoda Janzen (NF)
81 The Ballad and the Source (1944) Rosamond Lehmann (F)
82 Blood on the Tongue (2002) Stephen Booth (F)
83 Ella Minnow Pea (2002) Mark Dunn (F)
84 White Ladies (1935) Francis Brett Young (F)
85 The Misses Mallet (1922) E H Young (F)
86 The Game (2004) Laurie R King (F)
87 Three Men in a Boat (1889) Jerome K Jerome (F)
Thirteen books read during August. I have been on holiday from work the whole month and so that is why it is a little higher than usual. 8 of them read on kindle, but only 2 non fiction. I am still not wanting to read non fiction very much - and when it comes to books - if I really don't fancy reading it - I often don't.
Some excellent reads this month, and also a nice variety. Hard to pick just 3 or 4 for special mention but...
1. Last Train to Liguria - Christine Dwyer Hickey - for sheer readability.
2 The Ballad and the Source - Rosamond Lehmann - I love Rosamond Lehmann and this complex ambitious novel is a work of some brilliance.
3 White Ladies - Francis Brett Young - a fabulous old fashioned read, by a sadly forgotten out of print Black Country author.
4 The Misses Mallet - E H Young - recently discovered this 1920's/1930's author and have become a huge fan.