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Books 5-9, I picked up at a bargain book charity event recently. I was able to purchase all five of them for a combined total of €1!
5. Title: Two Brothers
Why I picked it up: It’s historical fiction, set in Berlin in WWII.
6. Title: The Messenger
Author: Daniel Silva
Why I picked it up: I love art history and I’m intrigued by the idea of an art history spy. Although this is part of a series, I haven’t read the others before. I’ve been curious about this series.
(Also, this book is hardback and still had its €28 sticker on it!)
8. Title: The Paying Guests
Author: Sarah Waters
Why I picked it up: I haven’t actually read anything by Sarah Waters before, but of course I know of her and I remember reading about The Paying Guests when it was on Publishers Lunch (a literary email for those in the industry…)
9. Title: L is for Lawless
Author: Sue Grafton
Why I picked it up: The key on the cover intrigued me. Sue Grafton is another author on this list that I’ve not read before. The back of the book described secrets and WWII. That’s a combination that I find intriguing in my reading and in my own writing.
10. Something seaonsal- I always pick up a book that is related somehow to the season. I’m considering Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan this year. It’s a work that many early Americans read and, although not about American pilgrims, the idea of journeying forward on a path of faith is very in line with the pilgrims.
My best to you all,