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Quite a few books in this week although nothing specifically for review so no pressure! First up is the Lily Bard series by Charlaine Harris. I got these for the bargain price of £6.99 for the set from The Book People (and with the bonus of a free postage code).
Then I discovered The Crooked Book, a lovely second hand bookshop within walking distance of where I live. I picked up two Karen Maitland books, both historical fiction, Company of Liars and The Owl Killers. There were lots of Jo Nesbos but I couldn’t work out which ones I already had so just got The Leopard. A few bloggers have been reading and recommending The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson recently so was pleased to find it there. Finally, The Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks. I loved World War Z but never read his earlier book.
Finally, Lainy from So Many Books, So Little Time sent my Flu by Wayne Simmons. She’s a big zombie fan and was kind enough to send me Feed earlier in the year.
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