Happy 1st. of March, we've woken up to a covering of snow and it's still snowing, so I don't think Spring is quite here...
*Update* we have about six inches of snow this morning... certainly not Spring!
Anyhooo, books read in February - all four of them. That doesn't seem like a lot and yet I feel as though I read steadily right through the month. Ah well, no matter. These are the books:
6. The Birdwatcher - William Shaw
7. Snowblind - Ragar Jónasson
8. Seeking Whom He May Devour - Fred Vargas
9. The Grasmere Journal - Dorothy Wordsworth.
So apparently I had a slow reading month even though it didn't feel like it. (Plus I am partway through three more books at the moment.) It might have been slow but it was graced with three excellent crime reads (books 6, 7 and 8) so you can't really ask for more than that. It's hard to choose a favourite from those three as they were all terrific but by the very slightest of margins it's this:
Loved how very French this was, and amusing, and just a bit weird. Getting back to this series has been a revelation and I'll be reading a lot more of them this year.