No, I don't have more time to read.
The Address Book is truly fascinating and wide-ranging. Not only did I learn a huge amount, but it made me think a lot more about where addresses come from, how they're used, and how they can generate conflict and controversy.
Mortmain Hall is a smart and intriguing Golden Age mystery.
Rage and Retribution is a solid page-turner that keeps you guessing.
HOW many books?
The Good, the Bad, and the Little Bit Stupid isn't my favourite Marina Lewycka book, but it contains the elements of her writing that I love, and if you're looking for a quick, light-hearted read, you can't really go wrong by giving it a go.
In House of Trelawney, Hannah Rothschild combines hilarity with tenderness, putting sympathetic characters in situations that reflect and parody the ridiculousness of modern life.
This month, I feel like I'm starting to become a 'real' book blogger!
The Pulse Glass is hard to rate because it contained some really interesting stories and details, but I vehemently disagreed with the author in places.
Who Did You Tell is a compelling story of recovery laced with menace.