More Books Please.Last summer my best buddy was helping an elderly lady who lives in our village to move house. She was downsizing after the death of her husband.
Part of the process of moving to a small bungalow from a large house was the disposal of a few surplus books.
When my buddy mentioned this to me I naturally jumped at the chance to give these books a good home.
So I became the excited owner of 36 new, old books. (Talk about a kid in a sweetshop).
The problem is, I have now read them all, plus a few others along the way.
They included a few old favourites that I hadn't read for years, like, 'A Town Like Alice' by Nevillle Shute, and four Frederick Forsyth novels, The Day of the Jackal, The fourth protocol, The Dogs of War, and The Odessa File. Great old favourites not read for years.
But now I am without an unread book, The Wilt Inheritance has not shown up from Anazon yet.
Any suggestions for new or old titles to lay my greedy hands on would be much appreciated.
AlmostAristotle 61-65, M 11 Responses 4 Apr 25, 2011