Time for another Library Loot post as I haven't done one for a couple of weeks.
Library Loot is a weekly event co-hosted by Claire at The Captive Reader and Marg at The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader that encourages bloggers to share the books they’ve checked out from the library. If you’d like to participate, just write up your post-feel free to steal the button-and link it using the Mr. Linky any time during the week. And of course check out what other participants are getting from their libraries!
And here is my present bookish loot:
From the bottom:
Lost in a Good Book by Jasper Fforde. I wasn't going to pick up book two in Fforde's Thursday Next series so soon. Especially as I would have to reserve it. But my daughter was heading into Exeter city library yesterday while Hubby and I took the grandkids to the seaside, and she very kindly offered to pick their copy up for me. In exchange I grabbed the latest Maisie Dobbs for her from Teignmouth library. Works for me. :-)
A Single Swallow by Horatio Clare. This is a non-fiction which charts the swallows' journey the entire length of Africa. I saw it in Waterstones last year, wanted it, but decided to be good and wait for the library to get it. Which they now have.
The Sinner by Tess Gerritsen. Book 3 in the Rizzoli and Isles crime series that I'm currently hooked on.
Library Confidential by Don Borchert. Life in the stacks.
Clerical Errors by D.M. Greenwood. The first in the Theodora Braithwaite ecclesiastical crime series. I saw this blogged about somewhere but can't now remember where... apologies.
The Court of the Air by Stephen Hunt. Victorian society fantasy. Dickensian apparently. Excited about this one and will be reading it for the Once Upon a Time challenge... after Easter, when things quieten down a bit.
Dhampir by Barb and J.C. Hendee. I saw this one blogged about on Animewookie's new book blog, My Gallery of Worlds, and thought it sounded quite good and would also do for the Once Upon a Time challenge.
So those are the seven books I have from the library at the moment. And only one on reserve, Baking Cakes in Kigali by Gaile Parkin, which I'll be reading for the Foodie challenge when it comes.