Hosted at Mailbox Monday blog in October. I had a very nice haul this week.
The first was a delightful win from Judith - thank you Judith.
Dawn French - how I love her TV programme - I am sure to enjoy the book as well.
Three women - three different lives and relationships. These Foolish Things by Imogen Parker.
Part fairy tale, part mystery a story set in 1960s Britain. An author I have read before.
Grace's life is crumbling around her along with the dilapidated house gifted to her by her godmother. How is she going to climb out of this mess and get on with her life. A Katie Fforde book
The blurb says What would you do if your husband disappears and you then discover he is a criminal? Intriguing book by Claire Morrall
Rashid is a investigator for the police. He is just waiting to give up his job until the body of his 17 year old niece turns up. What does a officer do when it becomes so personal? A Chris Culver read. New author for me.
The other Monday meme is It's Monday What Are You Reading? hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.
I got a fair amount of reading done this last week but only two reviews up. Work got in the way of blogging.
The books I am reading right now are Human Croquet and still trying to get to grips with Anil's Ghost from last week.
We are having rainy weather to the extent that we now have floods in three districts in the country. This is always the case in our country. First unbearable drought, no drinking water even and then rains to the point of floods and misery, loss of crops, so many people homeless. It has been drizzling steadily in Colombo from last night and it still hasn't stopped. I have no problem with the rains at all but I do feel sorry for paddy farmers as fields have been just plowed and sown and excess water is not good for rice cultivation.