I have enjoyed all of these books with two being recommended from the Little Black Book of Books: Longitude and The Stranger’s Child.
Longitude: The true story of a lone genius who solved the greatest scientific problem of his time. by Dava Sobel
The Stranger’s Child by Alan Hollinghurst
All the light we cannot see by Anthony Doerr
The Midnight Line by Lee Child
Never Never by James Patterson
Missing Justice by Alasfair Burke
Secret Keeping for Beginners by Maggie Alderson
My favourite from this group is All the light we cannot see by Anthony Doerr.
I said I was going to try not to buy any books this year but over Easter there was a secondhand book sale on the village green and I couldn’t resist. I was able to give some money to a good cause and got 12 books in return. An absolute bargain.
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We read All the light we cannot see , on recommendation from our guide in Iceland a couple of years ago and we really liked it, we have not read any of your others but we will keep them in mind.
I think the initial recommendation I had was from Kirsten.
Twelve second-hand books is a magnificent haul.
I really must try to read the books I have on my bookshelves rather than going to the library.