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Books Read June 2015 (Books 56-62)

Below is a summary of my June reading with links to longer reviews in my journal.

Book 56: The Cold Tap by Tom Beckerlegge, 2015. 229 pages. Quirky detective tale with bathing theme. Review here.

Book 57: From the Cradle (DI Patrick Lennon #1) by Louise Voss and Mark Edwards, 2014. 399 pages. Engaging new police procedural series. Review here.

Book 58: The Death Season (Wesley Peterson #19) by Kate Ellis, 2015. 385 pages. Latest in this Devon-based police procedural series. Review here.

Book 59: How to be Both by Ali Smith, 2014. 377 pages. Re-read of this novel that won the 2015 Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction. Review here.

Book 60: The Voice of the Violin (Inspector Montalbano #4) by Andrea Camilleri, 1997. Translated from the Italian by Stephen Sartarelli, 2003. 276 pages. Brilliant series of police procedurals set in Sicily. Review here.

Book 61: Faerie Tale by Raymond E. Feist , 1988. 450 pages. A dark tale of faeries in 1980s New England. Review here.

Book 62: A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki, 2013. 433 pages. Re-read of complex novel set in Canada and Japan. Review here.
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