o/t: June’s leisure reading

Fourteen books, split neatly 50/50 between male and female authors. Six of the books are comparatively recent (one hasn’t yet quite appeared), the other eight being of a vintage. Only one translation, although the month’s sole abandonment was also a translation (and by a female author). I enjoyed most of these, and some of them quite a lot.

The links are to my notes on GoodReads.


7 thoughts on “o/t: June’s leisure reading

  1. I just now read your review of the Devil and the Detective and I am enticed. I like reading Canadian mysteries and this one sounds worth trying. I enjoyed your review of The Blackbirder as I am planning to read all the Dorothy Hughes books. I will probably also try the Ed Lacy book some time, although that could be too hard-boiled for me.

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