March's Reading

March's reading has been very varied, quite a lot of crime fiction, but I've also really enjoyed a couple of natural history books, as well. I'm loving some of the recent natural history publications, combining literary works with the natural world.

I've started some new series: Amanda Cross's Kate Fansler books; Jan Karon's Mitford series and the first book in Elsie J Oxenham's Sussex series. They promise many happy hours of reading ahead. I'm always happy when I'm at the beginning of a series of books!

At the end of March we had a jaunt down to Sussex, so my current reading reflects many of the authors who lived in, or wrote about, many of the beautiful villages and towns we have recently visited.

Simon Martin Drawn to Nature
Birds An Anthology

Julia Chapman Date with Betrayal

Alan Starr Literary Sussex

Amanda Cross In the Last Analysis

Glenda Young Murder at the Seaview Hotel

Anna Legat Death Comes to Bishops Well

Elsie J Oxenham The Junior Captain

Hollow Palaces

Jan Karon At Home in Mitford   
Angela Thirkell Three Houses