Hello all and Welcome to the December edition of The Bibliophile Files - my monthly book report :)
Goodreads says I have now finished 83 books this year, just one short of my goal. I've got some good audiobooks lined up at home so I don't think it will be difficult to surpass that goal before the end of the year. Woohoo!
The Vendetta Defense - great book/series which I just heard actually morphed into another series - meaning the fun continues.
Pennies for Hitler - I never did figure out where the title came from but this was about a German boy who must hide his identity while he is "hidden" in England and then Australia during WWII.
Rose Under Fire - another WWII book about lady pilots
Burn Baby Burn - a coming of age story during the Son of Sam killing spree (which I found to be a very weak part of the story)
Left to Die - a lot of great twists in this first book of a great series (and I know cuz I started mid-series. LOL)
Bride of New France - a slow starter but a great historical look at the life of a poor woman moving to a new country and making a new life. Loved the historical info at the end.
In Progress -
On my stereo - Among the Wicked - nothing new here - I found a new series by starting in the middle of the series
On my iPhone - Divine Collision - a kinda long book with a religious spin (ie not my usual topic) but it spends a lot of time of the severely lacking judicial system in Uganda
And now it's your turn...what did you read in the last month? Was it a novel, magazine, quilt pattern or cereal box? Do tell!!!