We've had two major storms roll through Phoenix lately. We've gotten rain here in the valley, and the northern part of the state has gotten a great deal of snow. The second storm had winds strong enough to down huge trees a few miles north of here, and it was loud enough to wake me up at 3 AM. What did I do when I couldn't go back to sleep? I reached for my Kindle and read until the worst of the storm had moved through.
As a reader, I can't beat my Kindle for its convenience, and I've never been left hanging because it's lost its charge. I can adjust the light, I can adjust the size of the print, and the Kindle takes up a lot less space in my purse when I'm out and about (because I'm not about to leave Casa Kittling without a book). No wonder I like to have a nice stockpile of titles at my beck and call!
The following are the titles that I added to my Kindle in the month of November. I've grouped them according to genre or subgenre, and if you click on a title to find out more about it, you will be taken to Amazon US-- so be careful if you live in another country and want to buy one of the titles.
Let's see what tickled my fancy last month...
Lost Property by Colin Cotterill. Part of the Jimm Juree series set in Thailand.
The Merchant's Daughter by M.J. Lee. Part of the Jayne Sinclair series set in England.
The Wreck of the Mary Deare by Hammond Innes. Set in various locations.
Dust Bowl Girls: The Inspiring Story of the Team that Barnstormed Its Way to Basketball Glory by Lydia Reeder. Set in various locations.
Sudden Death by David Rosenfelt. Andy Carpenter mystery set in New Jersey.
Black Water Rising by Attica Locke. Jay Porter series set in Texas.
Reckless Creed by Alex Kava. Ryder Creed mystery set in Alabama.
I Will Have Vengeance by Maurizio de Giovanni. Commissario Ricciardi mystery set in Italy.
Accustomed to the Dark by Walter Satterthwait. Joshua Croft mystery set in New Mexico.
The Hanged Man by Walter Satterthwait. Joshua Croft mystery set in New Mexico.
A Flower in the Desert by Walter Satterthwait. Joshua Croft mystery set in New Mexico.
The False Inspector Dew by Peter Lovesey. Set in England and at sea.
A House of Ghosts by W.C. Ryan. Set in England.
On Her Majesty's Frightfully Secret Service by Rhys Bowen. A Lady Georgie mystery set in Italy.
The next two months should be interesting due to the gift cards I'll probably receive. I always save a portion of those gift cards for the more expensive titles on Kindle that never go on sale, so who knows what I'll be reporting in the near future!