Books Read in May

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This month I’ve enjoyed a good bunch of books. I’ve had the pleasure of reading new mysteries of these wonderful female detectives, Kinsey Milhone and Angela Marchmond. Great fun. I’ve also read a favourite author of mine, Penny Vincenzi and one of her books ‘Sheer Abandon’. I’ve discovered a new author David Nichols and his novel ‘One Day’, a beautiful love story. Apart from these, I’ve enjoyed a selection of topics: poligamist families in Mormon societies, the situation of illegal trade in India, and some wonderful psychological thrillers like One Girl by Gillian Flynn, Apple Yard Tree by Louise Doughty and How to Be a Good Wife by Emma Chapman.

Section 132 by  Helga Zeiner


Stately Passions: the Scandals of Britain’s Great Houses by Jamie Douglas-Home


A Walk Across the Sun by Corban Addison


The House at Underwood House by Clara Benson


Sheer Abandon by Penny  Vincenzi


Apple Tree Yard by Louise Doughty


Summer with My Sister by Lucy Diamond


Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

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One Day by David Nicholls


The Crying Tree by Naseem Rakha

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How to Be a Good Wife by Emma Chapman


D is for Deadbeat by Sue Grafton



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