August Reading Round-Up


At The Game’s Afoot, I read and reviewed this month:

A Killing Kindness (Harper, 2013) Format: Paperback Edition. First published in Great Britain by HarperCollinsPublishers in 1980 by Reginald Hill (A).

Seeking Whom He May Devour (Vintage Books, 2008) Format: Paperback. Translated from the French by David Bellos. First published with the title L’Homme à l’envers in 1999 by Fred Vargas (C)

Doll (Pan Books Ltd, 1976) Format: Paperback Edition. First published in 1965 by Ed McBain (B).

Sad Cypress (HarperCollins Publishers, 2001) Format Paperback. First published in 1940 by Agatha Christie (B)

A Cure for All Diseases (Harper, 2009) Format Paperback Edition. First published in 2008 by Reginald Hill (A+)

And my pick of the month goes to:

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A Cure for All Diseases by Reginald Hill. A highly amusing and entertaining read.

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2 thoughts on “August Reading Round-Up

  1. Sorry to hear you didn’t enjoy that Vargas novel as much as some of the others (I have a secret faiblesse for it, perhaps because of its setting). But excellent choice of Reginald Hill!

    1. Thanks for your comment Marina Sofia. Fred Vargas is also one of my favourite writers maybe for this reason I have much higher expectations with her books.
      And I also have a soft spot for National Parks even if I’ve not been yet in Mercantour, but I’m glad to have known it thanks to this book.

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