I’m blaming the site speed but actually it’s just work, kids going off to uni, nice weather and all that. But here with a whole 3 days to go are your kindle bargains for September! 99p bar as usual, up until 30 September.
The Flood – Maggie Gee
At Freddie’s – penelope Fitzgerald
the Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay. A stonecold classic by Michael Chabon. If you’ve not read you are in for a treat.
Papillon – Henri Charriere
Freedom – Jonathan Frantzen. Possibly the most lauded writer in the US, of Big Important White Male Books, but given that another great novel.
Get Carter – Ted Lewis
The Siberian Dilemma – Martin Cruz Smith, yes a Renko.
Adam Dalgleish – PD James, many many of her detective series are on at shock 1.19
Just for One Day: Louise Wener.
the Road to Wigan Pier – Orwell
A year at the Circus – Jon Sopel. Enjoyed his US election coverage, this is the book.
Lonely boy – Steve Jones (of ver Pistols)
Rommel, Gunner Who – Spike Milligan. Actually uncategorisable but will leave it here.
Code of the Woosters – PG Wodehouse. AKA the one with the cow creamer, one of the best Woosters.
Count of Monte Cristo – Dumas (Penguin Classics)
Trouble With Lichen – John Wyndham
So a very strong month except for SF, great novels line up and I’ll be in for the Maggie Gee, Wyndham and and a PD James with my 2.99 budget.