Another collection of interesting reading from the mobile library last week.
The four crime fiction were all ones I'd ordered as was the Rachel Allen which Angela at Tracing Rainbows said contained some interesting recipes and also "A Basket by the Door" which is something that had come up on Amazon suggestions. What I didn't realise is that is Australian and just recipes using things readily obtainable there. I feel quite guilty for suggesting the library buy it!
The other two were on the library van shelves. "Home Economics" I've borrowed before but hadn't seen "Superfoods from the Garden".
So not really very much actual reading this month, good job I have 3 left from last month as well as the pile of my own To Be Read.
Below is last months heap and several went back unread for various reasons.
Tangent by Caroline Goldsmith was a novel sort-of based on the Ipswich Prostitute murders - didn't fancy reading after all and I couldn't get into "Death will find me" or "Head Count". I tried the Kate Atkinson book "Transcription" but couldn't be bothered with it. The three still here waiting to be read are "Middle England", Tragedy at Law" and "The Colour of Murder". Those I did read are on the Books Read 2019 page.
What a dismal day it was on Saturday, rain and wind just as forecast. I'd put an advert for Saturday into the Suffolk Smallholders Newsletter inviting anyone to see what there was for sale in the workshop. From a bale of baler twine and a flashing light for a tractor to nails and hammers.......... But No Phone calls to get directions. I thought the weather might actually be a benefit as no one could do much outside work.................... Looks like I'll be taking things to a car boot sale after all.
Thanks for comments on Saturdays post