March was a good reading month as I read nine books. Again, I seem to be doing better about reading from my stacks as only one was a library copy so I say that’s a bit of progress. Here’s a look at what I read:
Mortal Causes by Ian Rankin
The Yacoubian Building by Alaa Al Aswany (my review)
Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
The Seven Sisters by Margaret Drabble (my review)
Come Closer by Sara Gran (my review)
Under the Dragon’s Tail by Maureen Jennings (my review)
Immoral by Brian Freeman (my review)
Queen of the Underworld by Gail Godwin (my review)
Deadman’s Switch by Barbara Seranella (my review)
It seems that March was my mostly mysteries month and I’m definitely continuing with the Maureen Jennings and Ian Rankin series. And, two new authors to me who I hope to read more of are Gail Godwin and Margaret Drabble.
I’m in the middle of a couple of other books which I’ll tell you about later. For now, I’m looking forward to more good reads in April and I definitely plan on reading a poetry book. Happy National Poetry Month everyone!