Wednesday, May 25, 2016

What We're Reading Wednesday: May 25, 2016




Welcome to What We're Reading Wednesday, here on The Bookkeeper's Apprentice!


Here's what I'm reading right now:


Still Reading:





I'm still stretching the delightful Plumdog (graphic novel read) out as long as I can, but I'm almost done with it.

I'm also almost done with The Body in the Library (before bed Bookstagram book club read), just in time to start next month's Maidens of Murder read. I'm still making my way through Breach of Crust (ebook on my phone), which, according to Kindle, I have a little less than two hours on.

I'm only a couple of chapters into Nonna's Book of Mysteries (other before bed book), but it's a really interesting read. The author is especially good at painting an amazing picture of Italy, where the book takes place.

New Reads:



A Game For All The Family is my current Kindle read. I love Sophie Hannah, and am really enjoying this ARC.

I was so excited to find a copy of Pretty Girls at the thrift store, as I've been hearing a lot about it. It's my current hard copy read, and it's a dark and twisty (and well written) ride.

What are you reading this week?

3 comments:

  1. I love Agatha, but I haven't read The Body in the Library yet. I can never pick which of her books to pick up next!

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    1. I know, all her books are so good!

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  2. I haven't read anything by Karen Slaughter, but I've heard her stuff is really graphic and twisted. I don't read a ton of adult, but she's definitely one on my radar of authors I'd like to read! Hope you love Pretty Girls, it sounds fab (and my dad LOVED it).

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