Yesterday, I went to the library and borrowed the following books, which I am looking forward to reading.
Trains and Lovers: The Heart’s Journey by Alexander McCall Smith author of No1 Ladies Detective Agency.
Belgravia by Julian Fellowes author of Downton Abbey.
The Powder of Death by Julian Stockwin, Begins in 1261 in Oxford. The story of one man’s obsession with gunpowder.
After the Rain by Nicola Thorne. 1921, New Zealand.
The Shogun’s Queen by Leslie Downer 1853. Japan teeters on the brink of turmoil. Based on a remarkable true story.
Before I borrowed them, I read the blurb about each novel, and the first paragraphs which I found interesting. I’m looking forward to reading all of them and hoping none of them will disappoint me.