Tuesday, January 2, 2024

Book List 2024

January - 5

1. The Murder at the Vicarage - book 1 in the Miss Marple series
by Agatha Christie
mystery 1930
Kindle

2. The Body in the Library - book 2 in the Miss Marple series
by Agatha Christie
mystery 1942
Kindle

3. Hilda and the Troll - book 1 in the Hildafolk series
by Luke Pearson
children's graphic novel 2010
print
library book

4. We Don't Know Ourselves
A Personal History of Modern Ireland
by Fintan O'Toole
nonfiction 2021
print

5. Trouble in Triplicate - book 14 in the Nero Wolfe series
by Rex Stout
mystery 1949
Kindle

February - 2

6. The Second Confession - book 15 in the Nero Wolfe series
by Rex Stout
mystery 1949
Kindle

7. Felsengarten
Our Mountain Garden
by Mrs. Theodore Thomas (Rose Fay)
nonfiction 1904
print
library book

March - 3

8. Three Doors To Death - book 16 in the Nero Wolfe series
by Rex Stout
mystery 1950
Kindle

9. Dead Presidents
 by Brady Carlson
nonfiction 2016
print

10. In The Best of Families - book 17 in the Nero Wolfe series
by Rex Stout
mystery 1950
Kindle

April - 

11.  Spring Rain - book 3 in the Gardener's Chronicle trilogy
by Marc Hamer
nonfiction 2023
print

6 comments:

  1. I am rereading Coming Home by Rosamunde Pilcher. Some books are worth the second look. Hope things are going well.

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  2. I’m reading Darling by India Knight. It’s a retelling of Nancy Mitford’s Love in a Cold Climate. A risky venture but it works, is very funny. I certainly need something funny as the weather and the news is far from that at the m.

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    1. Gosh, I read something by India K a long time ago, and haven't thought about her since. Thanks for the reminder!
      The weather is fine for me, and I do not read or watch news, except the very local.

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  3. I'm sure I read your book several times in the past. Last night I finished The Luck Runs Out by Charlotte MacLeon, the second in her Professor Peter Shandy mystery series. I started the series over again the day after Christmas, thinking I might just work my way through all her series again this year.

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    1. I don't think I ever read more than the first one. I should.

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