July was not a bad reading month for me... nine books read although that sounds better than it is because two of them were mostly read at the end of June.
45: Crossed Skis - Carol Carnac
46. The Village - Marghanita Laski
47. The White Road Westwards - 'BB'
48. Once Upon a River - Diane Setterfield
49. The Sea Mystery - Freeman Wills Crofts
50. The Honey Farm on the Hill - Jo Thomas
51. A Lesson in Secrets - Jacqueline Winspear.
52. Jack: A Life Like No Other. Biography of John F. Kennedy which started off very interesting but somehow or other I got a bit bored with it as I went along. This is possibly because it got very political (obviously) and I don't always understand how American politics work. Very good on the personal stuff though.
53. Arabella by Georgette Heyer.
So, not a bad reading month... a mixed bunch, a couple of non-fictions, three crime yarns, and four general fiction books. I seem to be reading much more in the way of general fiction these days, I particularly enjoyed The Village by Marghanita Laski for instance and Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield made for a very interesting reading experience. I like peppering my reading with the odd bit of women's fiction now as well, and Arabella reminded me how much I enjoy historical type fiction (although I know it's not in the 'serious' historical fiction category) so I plan to read more of that if I can.
Onwards and upwards into August. Happy Reading!