Good Reads & Chilly Evenings

I love Autumn. Beautiful colours. Warm sweaters. A chill in the air. Less hours of day light. Long evenings curled up with a cup of hot chocolate or tea. And a good read.


Into The Darkest Corner  – Elizabeth Haynes

I read this book in just 2 days. When life interrupted my reading, I was not a happy camper. I could not wait to steal even five minutes to read. Love, obsession, and suspense with every turn of the page. Catherine meets Lee and her life will never be the same. Can she re-build her life and escape Lee? How can she ever be safe when no one believes her? Read and find out.

Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand – Helen Simonson

This book is like a cosy sweater and a cup of tea on a cold winter’s day. The characters are charning and delightful. Dry English wit and brilliant one liners worthy of Downton Abbey. Major Pettigrew strikes up a friendship with the village shopkeeper, Mrs Ali. Both of their families disapprove. The village is thrown into upheaval.

The Thirteenth Tale – Diane Setterfield

The author weaves a tale that envelops you. The Thirteenth Tale is a book for booklovers. Margaret is commmissioed to write the biography for the famous author Vida Winter. Her research leads her to Angelfield House and all of it’s secrets. Fall under the spell of this book and thank me later.

Instead of mourning shorter days and the chilly nights, curl up with a great book. You will soon be waiting all day when the time comes that supper has been ate and the dishes are washed. Draw the curtains and lose yourself in a good read for a few hours.

~ Jody



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