Book log October 2012

And some more minimalist book log, this time for October.

89) Christopher Isherwood — Goodbye to Berlin
LibraryThing entry

90) James Goss — Ghost Train
Re-listen of the Torchwood audiobook, previously reviewed here: http://www.librarything.com/review/72306373

90) Christopher Isherwood — A Single Man
LibraryThing entry

91) Dick Francis — Field of 13
Collection of short stories from the master of race-horsing thrillers.
LibraryThing entry

92) Gladys Mitchell — Death at the opera
Fifth Mrs Bradley mystery, and one of those adapted for the BBC series. Good fun, although be aware that the tv episode made significant changes.
LibraryThing entry

93) Ellis Peters — The Virgin in the Ice (audio book)
BBC Radio 4 full cast dramatisation starring Philip Madoc as Brother Cadfael, in five episodes on two CDs. This is an excellent adaptation of the sixth novel in the Brother Cadfael series, and I think would work well even for those not already familiar with the novel.
LibraryThing entry

94) Agatha Christie– Death by Drowning, & other stories (audio book)
Four short stories taken from the Miss Marple collection The Tuesday Night Club, and read by Joan Hickson on two CDs. The stories in this set are The Herb of Death, The Affair at the Bungalow, The Thumb Mark of St Peter, and Death by Drowning. Four excellent short stories, beautifully read by Hickson. If you’re a fan of Christie, this set and the other two CD sets which together comprise the audiobook of The Tuesday Night Club are well worth getting.
LibraryThing entry

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