The act of reading ... begins on a flat surface, counter or page, and then gets stirred and chopped and blended until what we make, in the end, is a dish, or story, all our own.
— Adam Gopnik

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September 29, 2019

In September, I was reading ...



2018
I'd rather be reading:  the delights and dilemmas
of the reading life
,
by Anne Bogel

2017
Sleeping in the ground,
by Peter Robinson 
{DCI Banks}

2016
At dusk:  Boston Common at Twilight,
by Erica Hirshler

2015
The fortnight in September,
by R.C. Sheriff

2014
To the lighthouse,
by Virginia Woolf
and
Miss Buncle's book,
by D.E. Stevenson

2013
The age of innocence,
by Edith Wharton

2012
The invisible woman:  the story of Nelly Ternan
and Charles Dickens
,
by Claire Tomalin

2011
The annotated Persuasion,
by Jane Austen, annotated and edited
by David M. Shapard

2010
A season of splendour:  the court
of Mrs. Astor in Gilded Age New York,
by Greg King

2009
The Bolter
by Frances Osborne

2008
House of wits:  an intimate portrait
of the James family,
by Paul Fisher

2007
The New Yorkers,
by Cathleen Schine

2006
Leaving home,
by Anita Brookner

2005
Into a Paris quartier,
by Diane Johnson

2004
The shifting tide,
by Anne Perry
{William Monk}

2003
Maisie Dobbs,
by Jacqueline Winspear

2002
From hardtack to home fries: an uncommon history
of American cooks and meals,
by Barbara Haber

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