So, we’ve had to move out of our house for a couple of weeks while some work is done. It’s been fairly stressful, to say the least, and my reading has been sporadic. We are so lucky to have wonderful friends who are letting us (and a dog and cat) stay with them and we are finally settling into a routine.
PORTRAIT OF ELMBURY by John Moore
A delightful memoir about a lost time and a vanishing England. Moore tells anecdotes and shares memories in this beautiful reprint from Slightly Foxed.
THE INHERITANCE by Charles Finch
I’m nearly finished with the latest installment of the Charles Lenox. Set in mid-Victorian London, Lenox runs a firm of smart, successful detectives.
A quick, fun read.
A return to Kiesbye’s slightly odd and creepy world.
A fictional account of early film, from German Expressionism to Hollywood horror.
Kinda like Jessica Jones meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
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