The books I've read this week.

It's only Wednesday! But I'm on a roll. Mostly bc my 2yo has had epic tantrums this week, and I've been hitting the Y to get away from her... And reading while I work out!
  1. Broken Homes by Ben Aaronovitch
    I am 💯 percent obsessed with this series. I've listened to 4 of them on audio in 2.5 weeks. http://www.quirkybookworm.com/2016/08/rivers-of-london-recap-and-review-of.html
  2. Winter Sky by Chris Stewart
    A decent historical fiction novel, set in Poland near the end of WWII. I was more interested in it when I finished, and realized the author is a U.S. congressman from Utah.
  3. Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow
    I listened to the first 22 hours of this last month, but got sidetracked. Today I dove back in. Took a few min to get into the groove, but I ended up listening to 2 hours.
  4. The Flower Arrangement by Ella Griffin
    A lovely book centered around a Dublin flower shop. Basically chick lit; but more sad than usual. I really liked it.
  5. Finding Fontainebleau by Thad Carhart
    I'm about halfway through this one, and enjoying it. It's part memoir - a story of an American kid growing up in post-war France; and part a history of Fontainebleau.
  6. The Lost Boy by Camilla Läckberg
    Yayay! The new Läckberg! I got to interview her for Shelf Awareness last year, and I'm a huge fan of her mysteries. I'm about 90 pages in, and it's cementing Fjällbacka as part of my literary bucket list! (Which now that I think about it... I should go back that li.st for real...)