Did the Mobile library turn up for the first time since May?
Were there many books that I'd reserved to pick up from the van
I'm a very happy bunny 😀
From left to right
Ponies at the Edge of the World; A Story of Hope and Belonging in Shetland by Catherine Munro (not sure where I saw this mentioned)
Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens. (Didn't see this at the cinema so decided to borrow the book.)
High Street by J.M Richards and Eric Ravillious (Couldn't get to see the Eric Ravillious film but found the library had this to look at)
The Barn by Sally Coulthard
Then There was One by Joyce Dennys ( I've read her wartime fiction short stories which were good)
The Seat of the Scornful by John Dickson Carr - another British Library Crime Classic
Give Unto Others by Donna Leon. Her most recent crime set in Venice
Old London Bridge by Patricia Pierce. (borrowing this after the London Bridge talk at Over 60's in June)
The Lamplighters by Emma Stonex -(think I saw this on a blog)
Old Bones Lie by Marion Todd ( next in the series that I'm reading)
On the right at the bottom
Our Wild Farming Life by Lynn Casseells and Sandi Baer - (From the TV programme)
The Sentence is Death by Anthony Horowitz - (The second in the series where he puts himself in the story)
The Sound of Being Human; How Music Shapes Our Lives by Jude Rogers (not sure why I ordered this)
The Book Woman's Daughter by Kim Michele Richardson (set in the Appalachians and about delivering books- saw it on a blog I think)
The last lot?
Seems an age since early July when the mobile library manager kindly delivered this lot because the van had already missed two visits
Those that I read (11) are on the separate Books Read 2022 page and there were 4 I didn't read - The D.E.Stevenson was really light rubbish, The Adam Nicholson book had whole chapters about the various creatures found on the beach - which didn't really interest me. Unsettled Ground didn't appeal and neither did 12 Birds to Save your Life when I had a closer look at it although it's so long ago that I can't remember why.