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After a loot free week last week, I am back with just a few books but a couple of them are quite big books so I think it should count as at least one more!
Here's the books I got this week:
660 Curries: the gateway to the world of Indian cooking by Raghavan Iyer - A couple of weeks ago Bethfishreads reviewed Indian Cooking Unfolded by Raghavan Iyer. It had a pretty cool concept but unfortunately my library doesn't have it yet, but they did have this book so I thought I would give it a go!
Thornwood House by Anna Romer - I do love a good WWII story and a good dual storyline book, and this one is both!
Delicious by Nicky Pellegrino - I actually don't remember where I heard of this book but I requested both this and another Nicky Pellegrino book as well.
The Kitchen Diaries by Nigel Slater - I requested this after the Melbourne Writers Festival I went to a few weeks ago. It will be my introduction to Nigel Slater's writing, which I am looking forward to!
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