Looking at the number of books I've read this month, four, it would appear that I haven't been reading very much. Not true. One, unfinished, behemoth of a book has taken up much of my reading time and the books listed below were slotted in around, read as light relief.
65. The Pale Horse - Agatha Christie
66. The Cornish Coast Murder - John Bude
67. Bon Voyage: The Telegraph Book of River and Sea Journeys edited by Michael Kerr.
68. The Murder of My Aunt - Richard Hull.
So, I'm still reading these two:
Three quarters finished with both. Moby-Dick is the aforementioned behemoth and the Richard Briers is my bedtime read and as such is perfect.
Planning to read these two this month.
The Year of Living Danishly by Helen Russell will be my 10th. and possibly last book for the European Reading Challenge until I start again in the new year. And In the Garden of the Beasts by Erik Larson will be my final book for the World at War challenge.
And finally I'll be dipping into these three lovelies as and when I have time closer to Christmas.
From the left, The Everyman Book of Christmas stories, The Mistletoe Murder and other stories by P.D. James, and The Christmas Chronicles by Nigel Slater.