Wednesday reading

Current
Royal Assassin, by Robin Hobb
The Adventures of Luther Arkwright, by Bryan Talbot
The Murder at the Vicarage, by Agatha Christie

Last books finished
The A.B.C. Murders, by Agatha Christie
Eleanor, Countess of Desmond, by Anne Chambers
Tell My Horse, by Zora Neale Hurston
[Doctor Who] Spore, by Alex Scarrow
Rebus’s Scotland, by Ian Rankin
The Tunnel at the End of the Light, by Stefan Petrucha
The Crown of Dalemark, by Diana Wynne Jones
In Loco Parentis, by Ken Riley

Next books
Clean: An Unsanitised History of Washing, by Katherine Ashenburg
The Theology of the Gospel of Mark, by W. R. Telford
The Queen’s Bastard, by C.E. Murphy

Books acquired in last week
The Murder at the Vicarage, by Agatha Christie
[Doctor Who] Spore, by Alex Scarrow
Patrick Leigh Fermor, by Artemis Cooper
In Loco Parentis, by Ken Riley

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1 Response to Wednesday reading

  1. nwhyte says:

    I suspect that in Soviet times they kept the good stuff for themselves! Georgians say they they invented wine-making; this gets some support from archaeology and genetics!

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