2 September 2014

What I read in August 2014

Another varied reading month, some excellent ones.
  1. 4.4, DOG WILL HAVE HIS DAY, Fred Vargas - translated- most peculiar story.
  2. 4.2, THE CINDERELLA KILLER, Simon Brett - British cozy
  3. 5.0, SWIMMING IN THE DARK, Paddy Richardson- New Zealand author 
  4. 4.4, BUNDORI, Laura Joh Rowland - historical Japan 
  5. 4.4, DANGEROUS LIAISON, Vicki Tyley - Aussie author, audio book
  6. 4.5, CHRISTINE FALLS, Benjamin Black - #1 in the Quirke series
  7. 4.9, IN THE MORNING I'LL BE GONE, Adrian McKinty - Aussie author 
  8. 4.9, HARBOUR STREET, Ann Cleeves - British author, audio book 
  9. 4.4, NEMESIS, Agatha Christie  - Agatha Christie Reading Challenge
  10. 3.8, A BLUNT INSTRUMENT, Georgette Heyer - Vintage Mystery challenge 
My Pick of the Month was SWIMMING IN THE DARK by Paddy Richardson but you can see from the list that there were a couple of close seconds.

If you've never read anything by Paddy Richardson, this is a good one to start with, and you'll be looking for more.

See what others have chosen this month

1 comment:

Margot Kinberg said...

I couldn't agree more about Paddy Richardson's work, Kerrie!

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