IndieAthon is done for another year. I got further through that rather spontaneous TBR pile than I expected, reading:
- Common Murder (Val McDermid)
- An Honourable Estate: being memoirs by Clorinda Cathcart (L. A. Hall)
- The 12.30 from Croydon (Freeman Wills Crofts)
- Family Roundabout (Richmal Crompton)
I also read, but have still to write up:
- Love/War (Ebba Witt-Brattström, translated by Kate Lambert)
- Go The Way Your Blood Beats: on truth, bisexuality and desire (Michael Amherst)
- Smash All The Windows (Jane Davis)
That makes a book for each day of the readathon week, which isn’t bad going.
I will note that those boots let me down, and the water in, during a rainy but pleasant short break in Lille. I’ll have to save them for dry days in future.
And finally, the UK Amazon store has the paperback edition of A Spoke In The Wheel marked down by 40% at present. I’ve no idea why. The inner workings of Amazon are a mystery to me!