My Reading – September 2020

The Devil’s Dye by Jeni Neill
‘The hog can be smelt from the street for Lord’s sake!’

The Pull of the Stars by Emma Donoghue
Still hours of dark to go when I left the house that morning.

A Murder By Any Name by Suzanne M Wolfe
‘God’s bollocks, girl! I’m freezing my tits off!’

The Wild Laughter by Caoilinn Hughes
The night the Chief died, I lost my father and the country lost a battle it wouldn’t confess to be fighting.

Moominland Midwinter by Tove Jansson
The sky was almost black, but the sky shone a bright blue in the moonlight.

Antonius: Soldier of Fate by Brook Allen
Peace was a fickle entity, never achieved as easily as war.

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