Library Book Sale Haul

Books from library sale

We had already promised to drive my brother to the airport on Saturday before we realised that it was also the library book sale day, so we had to dash around the books in about 10 minutes flat. I didn’t even get a glimpse of the non-fiction, the crowd was still too dense by the time we had to leave. But it was worthwhile I think.

Consider the Lily by Elizabeth Buchan
The Sugar Camp Quilt by Jennifer Chiaverini
The Unexpected Guest by Agatha Christie
On Green Dolphin Street by Sebastian Faulks
Diary of an Ordinary Woman by Margaret Forster
The Pure in Heart by Susan Hill
A Step in the Dark by Judith Lennox

Gosh, now that I look at the list I think I must have just got about half-way around the alphabet!

I admit that I chose The Sugar Camp Quilt because of the cover and the word ‘quilt’.

The Unexpected Guest is actually an adaptation of a Christie play and it was adapted by Charles Osborne.

I bought a Judith Lennox book at the last library sale but haven’t read it yet, I have high hopes of getting around to it soon. I’ve just realised that I don’t have the new one in the photo, it has skipped off somewhere!

Has anyone read any of these ones?

6 thoughts on “Library Book Sale Haul

  1. That is some fast book shopping!

    I have read On Green Dolphin Street, a long time ago though and I know I struggled with it but as a whole I find Faulks books thought provoking.

  2. That is a wonderful haul for 10 minutes. The Susan Hill is very good and, though I can’t place the book you picked up, I do like Judith Lennox. I have one of hers on my library pile right now.

    • FleurFisher,
      The Lennox book which I got last month is called Middlemere and was published in 2003. A step in the dark is 2006 and is set in India and Scotland. She seems to have written quite a lot of books and I’m hoping to start on one of them soon, as I’ve heard such good reports.

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