Stacking the Shelves (226)

Stacking the Shelves

We just got back from a trip last night, and I’m still not feeling quite the thing. And is it my imagination or have airplane seats and the space between rows gotten a whole lot smaller in the last few years? I’m only 5’1″, I’m not supposed to have legroom issues!

I expected to get more reading done than actually occurred, as so often happens. And I found myself looking for lighter stuff than usual. Hence the airport purchase-and-downloads of the Classified as Murder and Death at Victoria Dock. I just wanted to be anywhere but where I was for as long as possible.

For Review:
Hannah’s Moon (American Journey #5) by John A. Heldt
The Island Deception (Gateways to Alissia #2) by Dan Koboldt
The Refrigerator Monologues by Catherynne M. Valente and Annie Wu
The Samurai of Seville by John J. Healey

Purchased from Amazon:
Classified as Murder (Cat in the Stacks #2) by Miranda James
Death at Victoria Dock (Phryne Fisher #4) by Kerry Greenwood

Borrowed from the Library:
File M for Murder (Cat in the Stacks #3) by Miranda James
Hammered (Iron Druid #3) by Kevin Hearne
Hexed (Iron Druid #2) by Kevin Hearne
Hunted (Iron Druid #6) by Kevin Hearne
Shattered (Iron Druid #7) by Kevin Hearne
The Silence of the Library (Cat in the Stacks #5) by Miranda James
Staked (Iron Druid #8) by Kevin Hearne
Trapped (Iron Druid #5) by Kevin Hearne
Tricked (Iron Druid #4) by Kevin Hearne

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6 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (226)

  1. Nice haul! I adore the Miss Fisher TV show! I hope it will continue soon, but who knows? I really want to check out Kevin Hearne, I’ve heard such good things! Happy reading!

  2. Thanks to you, I’m on book #4 of the Cat in the Stacks series. I didn’t initially realize that the Southern Ladies series was connected to that one (including Diesel), but I’ll have to read those next.

    I’ll be interested in your take on the Iron Druid books. They started off strong for me, but started to drag about halfway through and I haven’t read the last couple. I’ll probably get around to them at some point just to find out about Oberon.

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