onsdag, mars 09, 2005

New Books!

Yesterday I got some new books in the mail! How I look forward to dig into them :D

I got two books of Alexander McCall Smith; one a collections of stories from Southern Africa: "The Girl who Married a Lion" and the sixth book in The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency - series about Precious Ramotswe and all her experiences as the first female detective in Botswana: "The Company of Cheerful Ladies". The former books are written with warmth and humor - I have great expectations for this new one.

I also ordered two books by Wendy Holden: "Azur Like It" and "The Wives of Bath". I have never read any of her before, but the books sounded like funny tales - so I'll try them out.

Read any good books lately??

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