A postcard from the Tattered Cover Book Store in Denver, CO.
That Woman by Anne Sebba (library) The woman who said, "You can never be too rich or too thin" First time I have read anything about Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor. Photos
The Dante Club by Matthew Pearl (audio book) very gory descriptions of the murders--listened to in car on our CA roadtrip
The Italian Secretary by Caleb Carr (audio book) A sherlock holmes story--soso
The Price of Murder by John D MacDonald
1493 Uncovering the New World Columbus Created by Charles C Mann (library) loved it so much, I went right out and bought:
1491 New Revelations of the Americas before Columbus by Charles C Mann loved it too
How it All Began by Penelope Lively (library) liked it
The Flame Alphabet by Ben Marcus (library) so-so
Tempest by Julie Cross (library) The Time Travelers Wife for the YA set. Also reminded me of the movie, The Butterfly Effect.
Snobs by Julian Fellowes -the guy who wrote Downton Abbey, enjoyed it
Working the Skies: The Fast Paced, Disorienting World of the Flight Attendant by Drew Whitelegg -one of the best books I have ever read about being a flight attendant. If you want to know more about my job, read this book.
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green (library) YA This is definitely a 10 hankie weeper. I bawled my eyes out. Glad I did not read it at home in front of Ryan. Kids with Cancer, Fall in Love, you've seen Love Story, you know what happens. Really enjoyed it though
The Woman in Black by Susan Hill (library) spooky, made into that movie with David Radcliffe
Death comes to Pemberley by P. D James (library)--Jane Austen as a murder mysteryFranny and Zooey by J. D. Salinger rereading for the umpteenth time. It is still a favorite. I like to check back in to make sure I still love it. :-)
Hemingway's Boat by Paul Hendrickson (Library) I tend to read more ABOUT hemingway than actual hemingway!! Great, with photos, it's about his life while he had his boat Pilar.
Heads You Lose by Lisa Lutz and David Hayward--gimmicky mystery where one author writes a chapter and then another author writes a chapter. so you get the mystery and you get the conversation between the two authors. Not as good as the Spellman books by Lutz, but kinda fun
Only 17 books read this month, busy busy, almost too busy to read :-)
Julian Fellowes is quite talented apparently. I didn't know he wrote a book. I'll add it to my list. I've been watching a BBC series on Netflex called Monarch of the Glen and he is a supporting actor in the first 2 or 3 seasons. He's really a character in that show--so unbelievable but extremely funny.
Daniel Radcliff, not David.
I quite liked "Snobs" too -- have you read his "Past Imperfect?" I recently saw "Tomorrow Never Dies" (James Bond) and it was fun to see Fellowes as the Minster of Defence. Hugh Bonneville is also in the film with a single line near the end, and I had to laugh at seeing the Earl of Grantham as a submarine officer!
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