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I simply don't know how or why I could borrow books from the library when I am reading two right now, and am planning to read another this month for the Cornflower book group, but there you are. Four books. Four books I am exceedingly eager to read.
I read a John O'Hara story and wrote about it a while back. Since his name came up on the Mad Men booklist, I thought it would be fun to read some more by him.
I heard a 2003 interview with the late Nuala O'Faolain on Canadian radio which made me want to read her book.
I'm very much looking forward to the next-for-me Isabel Dalhousie book by Alexander McCall Smith. [note: in two libraries I've visited, his books are catalogued under 'M' not 'S.' His name is not hyphenated, so I don't understand. It is also listed this way on the fantastic fiction site.]
Years ago I read A Far Cry From Kensington, and was prompted to read it again after seeing the title on Nancy Pearl's 'Summer's Best Books' list.
Addendum: I ended up bringing them all back unread. The lesson here is to take one book out at a time from the library. I had only started one of the books, and decided to buy it: The Comforts of a Muddy Saturday.