Monthly Summary (November 2014)

Books read during last month:

  • A Gun for Sale (Vintage Digital, 2010) First published in Great Britain in 1936 by Graham Greene (B)
  • A Delicate Truth (Penguin Books, 2014) First published by Viking in 2013 by John le Carré (A)
  • Stumped (280 Steps, 2014) by Rob Kitchin (A)
  • Deadly Weapon (Prologue Books, 2012) First published in 1946 by Wade Miller (C)

Pick of the Month: 

A Delicate Truth by John le Carré, a great read and highly entertaining novel.  

Books Bought Last Month:

  • God Save the Mark by Donald E. Westlake
  • Deadly Weapon by Wade Miller
  • The Front Seat Passenger by Pascal Garnier (trans. by Jane Aitken)
  • The Dying Place by Luca Veste
  • Entry Island by Peter May
  • An Unsuitable Job for a Woman by P. D. James
  • Borderline by Liza Marklund (trans. by Neil Smith)
  • Currently Reading

    • The Hunting Dogs by Jørn Lier Horst

  • 6 thoughts on “Monthly Summary (November 2014)

    1. You’ve been lucky enough to read a great selection of books this month! I’m aching to have more personal reading time so I can grapple with the Miller and the Kitchin, in particular; I might even reread the Greene.

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