The flat mouse story throws up lots of questions but I'm assuming Polly had left it there and it was already dead before I sat down!
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Just three books collected from the library van this month, which is probably a Good Thing as I've got several left from Decembers collection as well as all the books I had for Christmas.
I still have five left to read here from December/November. Books read have been added to the separate pages either 2019 or 2020.
A few went back un-read namely the British Library Crime Classic titled 'The Christmas Egg' ; The Victory Garden by Rhys Bowen and surprisingly 'Darkness on the Fens' by Joy Ellis and 'Sorry for the Dead' by Nicola Upson. The first two I couldn't get into and the last two were just so much like all their others that I couldn't be bothered.
Since library day I started reading The Frayed Atlantic Edge, which is the story of an historian and nature writer and his journey down the Atlantic coasts of Scotland, Ireland, bits of Wales and Cornwall by kayak. I stuck with him through the Shetlands and Orkneys and part of Scotland but then gave up - an interesting story of the people of the past who lived and worked on the rugged coastline - but a bit "samey".
The Medieval Christmas might go on my wish list as it's got lots of fascinating bits in which I'd like to re-read and keep, just hope the price comes down. If not I'll re-order it from the library next Autumn and hope they still have it in stock.
Hopefully I can make a start on reading some of my own books this month after I've read the library crime books.