Reading Recap | 122

November 21, 2016 | 4 comments



Last week I finished The Bone Orchard by Paul Doiron (★★★), the fifth book about game warden Mike Bowditch in Maine.

I finished listening to This Body of Death by Elizabeth George (★★★), the 16th book in the Inspector Lynley series.

I also listened to Murder on the Orient Express (★★★) and And Then There Were None (★★★★) by Agatha Christie, both narrated by Dan Stevens. I had read both of them before, and the audiobooks were very good.



This week I’m continuing the spy thriller The Travelers by Chris Pavone. So far, I’m not very impressed by it.

I’m much more enjoying Den dubbla tystnaden by Mari Jungstedt, the seventh book about Detective Anders Knutas.

I’m also planning to read The Blackhouse by Peter May, the first in a trilogy about Detective Inspector Fin Macleod in Edinburgh.

I’m currently listening to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, for the Reading the Classics challenge (which I sadly have been neglecting this year).

What are you reading at the moment? For more inspiration and other’s reading plans, visit the it’s Monday, what are you reading linkup.