Another lovely lot of library books were collected on Thursday, these were all ordered on-line and picked up where the mobile library stops just a mile and a bit from home.
Firstly 6 (8 really, as there 3 stories in the Ngaio Marsh collection) are crime fiction - the pick of these will be Nine Lessons by Nicola Upson. Also there is the latest Ellie Griffiths in her 1950s Brighton series and short Christmas crime stories from Edward Marston. The others are reprinted from the first half of the 20th century.
and on the right are 3 fiction books. Katie Fforde's latest is short Christmas stories - that will be a light and fluffy read.
This month I also have a lot of Non-Fiction books for a change.
3 more books about aspects of WWII, Nigel Slater's Christmas recipes for browsing and some other books I've seen mentioned on other peoples blogs. They are going to take a while to read I think.
Plenty to keep me occupied when Col goes into hospital next week for, as he keeps telling everyone - "the rest of the year!"
Thank you to everyone sending good wishes for the transplant to go well. We have to hope for the best.