The mobile library calls at villages every 4 weeks so this was the 2nd visit here this month and lots of crime fiction that I'd ordered had arrived this time including two new-to-me authors.
From Left to right - new crime by Alys Clare and the Rev Richard Coles. Death at the Dolphin by Gretta Mulrooney is an author I don't know.. 2 books containing three stories of older crime by Simon Brett - hope these are his Charles Parris series. The most recent book by Peter May - some of his I like and some I don't - we will see. 'Think of Me' by Frances Liardet might be too much of a romance - also not an author I know and lastly a book I'd missed by Cora Harrison from 2022. On the top is a little book called 'The Year I stopped to Notice' which seems to be just a whole load of notes about things and people noticed in the street, beach, buses and tube by a lady in Brighton, Durham and London! It will take 10 minutes to read and at the end I will say - glad I didn't pay £14.99 for that!!
4 weeks ago I brought home these below and only read three as I wasn't in the mood for Rhythms of Nature, couldn't get on with Hamnet and the book by Alexander McCall Smith at all. I'm hanging onto the old Dorothy Hartley English Food book.
Luckily I had plenty to read from my shelves. Everything I read get's a mention on the Books Read 2023 Page.