My Shortlist of the Richard and Judy Book Club Autumn 2012 titles

So I have finished reading the 9 samples and have decided which out of the ten total titles I will be reading. They are:

As I had mentioned in a previous post, I have brought The Seamstress and after finishing the Kindle sample of Double Cross I decided to download it as it was a bargain price of £2.84! I will be looking in the supermarkets for The Shoemakers Wife as I don’t like to spend too much on books. I am about a quarter of the way through The Circus, which I will review when I finish it.

The reason why the other 7 titles in the Richard and Judy list I am not going to be reading is because either the samples didn’t grab me or reading the synopsis I didn’t like the plot. If any of you have looked at ones I’ve discarded and decided that you do like the sound of them then get reading! I’m just happy that these Book Clubs promote reading.

Happy Reading!


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