The 1930 Club


I’m taking part in The 1930 Club which is hosted by Simon of Stuck in a Book and Karen of Kaggsy’s Bookish Ramblings and so I’m reading Angel Pavement by J.B. Priestley which is 613 pages long so I doubt if I’ll be reading any others. I’ve been busy with visitors until now so I’ll be glad to immerse myself in reading this week.

As it happens I’ve read a lot of books that were published in 1930 in the past and the links will take you to the ones I’ve previously blogged about.

Alice and Thomas and Jane by Enid Bagnold

Not So Quiet by Helen Zenna Smith

The Weatherhouse by Nan Shepherd

After Leaving Mr Mackenzie by Jean Rhys

Miss Mole by E.H. Young

Vile Bodies by Evelyn Waugh

The Mystery of a Butcher’s Shop by Gladys Mitchell

The Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie

Morning Tide by Neil M. Gunn

The Mystery Mile by Margery Allingham

The Diary of a Provincial Lady by E. M. Delafield

4 thoughts on “The 1930 Club

  1. What a great looking list…I’ve only read two of those, so I’ll be considering some of the others. Thanks for the ideas!

  2. The Diary of a Provincial Lady which I really liked. I mistakenly thought I had read Murder at the Vicarage which I’ve seen on TV. I think it’s a Miss Marple mystery? Some of the other authors are ones I’ve had an interest in such as E. H. Young and Evelyn Waugh. So many great possibilities!

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