Books Read in February = 11
Italics are from my bookshelf or on my Kindle
Black Flowers by Steve Mosby
North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell (Classics Challenge Feb. Prompt)
The Darkest Room by Johann Theorin
Lionheart by Sharon Kay Penman
An Honourable Man by Gillian Slovo
What Lies Beneath by Sarah Payne
O Pioneers! by Willa Cather
The Grand Babylon Hotel by Arnold Bennett
The Meaning of Night by Michael Cox
Catch Me by Lisa Gardner
The Hare With Amber Eyes by Edmund De Waal (NF)
Clarissa in February - progress update for the year-long group read.
Fiction = 10
Non-Fiction = 1
Library Books = 8
E-books = 2
Off my Shelf = 1
Added to Shelf = 0
DNF - 0
Kerrie @ Mysteries in Paradise has introduced a new meme for bloggers who post a monthly review to add a Crime Fiction Pick of the Month.
This is not as easy as it sounds with so many sub-genres and I enjoyed all of the five I read this month but have chosen this one because of the originality of the format and edge-of-the-seat suspense from an author that is new to me.
Black Flowers by Steve Mosby - link to my review above.
Literary Blog Hop........the winner of my giveaway was Malvina from Malaysia and I was also lucky enough to win a draw at bibliosue - looking forward to reading The Most Beautiful Book in the World . Thanks again, Suzanne!
Have a wonderful March!