OK, on to the books:
52. Mountain: Exploring Britain's High Places by Griff Rhys Jones
53. The Mountains of Majipoor by Robert Silverberg
54. The Churchill Factor by Boris Johnson
55. The Lake District Murder by John Bude
56. The Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie.
This was Agatha Christie's first Miss Marple story and also the first I've read. I don't know how, in all my years of reading, I've managed never to read a Miss Marple crime yarn, but there you go, it's a fact. And I really did enjoy The Murder at the Vicarage so it's a shame I've not tried them before. I thought I remembered seeing the Joan Hickson version of this and that I remembered who'd done it. Rubbish! It wasn't that person at all. LOL! I enjoyed the convoluted plot, the humour, Miss Marple's observations on the behaviour of people... I could read a whole book of those to be honest, so fascinated was I. All in all, great stuff and I plan to read more Agatha Christie next year.
Murder at the Vicarage is my book 23 for Bev's Mount TBR 2015 challenge.
So, that's my November reading. Two good non-fictions, a sci-fi that didn't really come up to scratch, and two very good vintage crime yarns. Favourite book? The Churchill Factor by Boris Johnson because it was a stonking good read and has awakened my interest in probably our most famous politician from history. Planning to read a *lot* more about him.