Monday, October 22, 2012

Book Haul Part 2

                                                                 Book Haul Part 2

I have been reading a lot of  classics again this week. There is something very comforting in the language and decorum. I love Downton Abbey and these books are helping me bide my time until series three is available to buy. Below is Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre,my battered well read copies are in need of some tlc so I got these two beautiful editions should  my other copies keel over from their spines being broken and their ears resembling those of a dog.

This is the time of year for comforting warm food so when I saw this author's books on Goodreads I knew I had to get it. A lovely cozy mystery for this time of year with some tasty recipes included.
A Spoonful Of Murder:

Some more Bronte again this week.This time: The Professor by  Charlotte Bronte, Shirley by  Charlotte Bronte,The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte.

The Girl You Left Behind by Jojo Moyes. I have recently finished Me Before You and was amazed by how good it was so I was very keen to get this book.

Melissa Hill-The Charm Bracelet.. The cover is sooo pretty.
I collect all Veronica Henry's books. They have never let me down when I have been in the mood for a cozy read.
I collect all Katie Fforde's books too. Perfect easy going laid back reads.
 I love the title of this book by Jane Green. I am going to save this one until next summer.
 I love all Carole's books that I have read in the past. I have high hopes for this one too.Another writer who writes great easy going books to chill out with.
 I know nothing about this book. I got it purely because it was on sale and it was one of Richard and Judy's book club books. The previous books I have bought because they were part of the book club choices have all been very enjoyable so I thought I would risk it with this one.(If it is any good I will let you know)
 Nevermore by Linda Newbery...never heard of this before but I liked the blurb on the back cover. A mysterious rambling house with a past...My favourite type of book!!!
 The Art Of Murder by Michael White.. This story is based on the time of Jack The ripper in London and present day where a killer is commiting very similar crimes.
 Another book I know little about, Pages For You by Sylvia Brownrigg ,the blurb on the book tells me it is a love letter written for a lost lover.
 This is my second copy of this book. I have the entire Scarpetta series (I recommend to follow it from the beginning to gain the most from it).Kay Scarpetta is the chief medical examiner in this series . We meet a huge amount of puzzling murders/crimes in these books with a talented,feisty heroine that works hard to find the answers and help the victims.


  1. Wow, what a great haul. Have fun with all of your new books.

  2. Thanks Sabrina. I am looking forward to reading these!! :0)