A few months ago, I signed up for the "Cream Crackered" level of the Typically British Reading Challenge hosted by Book Chick City. This meant that I agreed to read 8 British books this year. Since I tend to be a bit of an Anglophile, this didn't prove to be difficult, as you can see by the eight books listed below. Each is linked to my review.
- Murder at Shots Hall by Maureen Sarsfield
- The Devil's Staircase by Helen FitzGerald
- Company of Liars by Karen Maitland
- Weeping on Wednesday by Ann Purser
- The Mapping of Love and Death by Jacqueline Winspear
- Castles in the Air by Judy Corbett
- Lying Dead by Aline Templeton
- Blacklands by Belinda Bauer
This now has the dubious honor of being the first reading challenge I've signed up for and completed. I think this calls for a cup of Darjeeling, don't you?