17. The Lost Book of the Grail by Charlie Lovett.
18. Three Men and a Bradshaw by John George Freeman.
19. The Three Evangelists by Fred Vargas.
20. Killing Grounds by Dana Stabenow.
Very hard to pick a favourite out of the four as they were all good. It will have to be a draw I think. These two were the best books of the month:
So, on into May. I have two books to finish, Something Sensational to Read in the Train by Gyles Brandreth (his diaries from when he was a child up to the 1990s) and The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry, a book I tried to read either last year or the year before, gave up on, but decided to try again. Very glad I did as I'm really enjoying it. Only goes to show how your mood can affect your reading. Off to Cornwall in just over a week, already thinking about which books to take...