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After a no loot week last week (and hence no Library Loot post) I am back with a fair haul. The scary thing is that I have even more books waiting to be picked up. I had been very controlled about what I was putting a request on but that seems to have gone by the wayside this week! Oh well....
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Here's what I got last week:
One Was a Soldier by Julia Spencer-Fleming - The next book in the Rev Clare Fergusson/Russ Van Alstyne series. I really enjoy this series and while I am looking forward to reading it, I also am conscious that I am getting to the point where I am all caught up.
A Half Forgotten Song by Katherine Webb - I had no idea that Katherine Webb had a new book out until just a couple of weeks ago.
Blue Monday by Nicci French - I got given the second book in this series as a review book but I really don't like reading out of order, so I am going to read this one first.
Miracle and Other christmas Stories by Connie Willis - I heard about this book last year but didn't get to it. This year I will!
Both Sides of the Gun by Ben Harper - On the weekend I went to see Ben Harper do an acoustic concert and it was amazing! Before going though, I really wanted to brush up on some more of his music. The only problem was that I forgot to unlock the CD case and so I couldn't end up listening to it! Didn't matter in the end but after going to the concert I think I am going to reborrow this so that I can actually listen to it this time! One of the songs that he played was Morning Yearning, which he said was a difficult song for him to sing, and one that he doesn't sing often, because the video was directed by his friend, the late Heath Ledger