Over the last couple of evenings, I’ve just three book reviews for my Dear Reader blog. I know some of my followers aren’t too bothered by book reviews, but I’d really appreciate it if you would take a look. Just this once. The books I reviewed are:
‘Katharina Luther Nun Rebel Wife’ by Anne Boileau. As you’ve probably worked out from the name and the title, this is a biography of Martin Luther’s wife, but she was quite a girl.
‘American Notes for General Circulation’ by Charles Dickens (his research for Martin Chuzzlewit, btw, and… revealing the identity of the real Eden swamp.)
‘Sidney Chambers and the Shadow of Death’ by James Runcie. The first of a series in cosy crime, and, apparently, appearing in a series on ITV. (How do I miss this sort of thing? Too busy writing (no, working) to watch telly, that’s what.) Five more to read. Bliss. Plenty of dark winter evenings left.
What I’m saying is that, having written three book reviews, I think I’ve done my duty, and so I’m not posting on this – writing – blog this week.
Enjoy half-term week.