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 Post subject: The Book a Week Challenge 2017
PostPosted: 01 Jan 2017, 09:31 
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Happy new year, and welcome to the CBB Book a Week Challenge for 2017!

The rules are the same as always, and the challenge is to read at least one book for every week during the year.

If you're new to the challenge, the rules are as follows:

1. Re-reads not included
2. At total of 52 books to be read by the end of the year. This equates to roughly one a week, although obviously some books take longer to read than others
3. All books are allowed, as are transcripts of something you would otherwise have read in book form. Textbooks etc count, as long as you've read the whole thing!
4. This is a personal challenge and not competitive

Everyone taking part in the challenge should create their own personal challenge post on this thread. Use that post for the rest for the year when you finish each book. Please edit your post as follows:

1/52 Book One-Author
2/52 Book Two-Author
and so on right up to 52 (and beyond if the mood takes you!)

If you would like to contribute more information, please feel free to post reviews in another thread within the Recommendations forum. This thread should only be used to update your own post with your book count, though, please .

If you just fancy using this thread to record the books you've read through the year, rather than aiming for 52, and or to use different colours for different genres, then please feel free to do so.

The first person to finish a book in 2017 may have the pleasure of starting their list first!

Happy reading, all.

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PostPosted: 01 Jan 2017, 10:16 
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January

1/52 The Things We Cherished - Pam Jenoff
2/52 Tiggy - Miss Read
3/52 Mere Humanity (Tolkien, CS Lewis and GK Chesterton on the Human Condition) - Donald T Williams
4/52 A Parcel for Anna Brown - Miranda Dickinson
5/52 The Midnight Kittens - Dodie Smith
6/52 Alicia: My Story (Jewish Holocaust) - Alicia Appleman-Jurman
7/52 Letters to The Lost - Iona Grey
8/52 I'm Still Here - Clélie Avit
9/52 Cover Your Eyes - Adele Geras
10/52 The Secret Art of Forgiveness - Louisa George
11/52 Pillars of the Earth - Ken Follett

February

12/52 The Key to Rebecca - Ken Follett
13/52 A Nun's Story - Sister Agatha with Richard Newman
14/52 A Street Cat Named Bob - James Bower
15/52 A Path Through Suffering - Elizabeth Elliot

16/52 The Old Shades - Georgette Heyer (re-read)
17/52 Lacey's House - Joanne Graham
18/52 Eux Sur La Photo - Hélène Gestern
19/52 Snowflakes In The Wind - Rita Bradshaw
20/52 The Fourth Crow - Pat McIntosh
21/52 The King's Corrodian - Pat McIntosh
22/52 The Dress Thief - Natalie Meg Evans
23/52 The Spiritual Life - Evelyn Underhill

March

24/52 Inside the O'Briens - Lisa Genova
25/52 Wide Sargasso Sea - Jean Rhys
26/52 Until the Dawn - Eizabeth Camden
27/52 Hearts of Stone - Simon Scarrow
28/52 Secret Lives - Diane Chamberlain
29/52 The Silent Sister - Diane Chamberlain
30/52 Hearts of Stone - Simon Scarrow
31/52 When Breath Becomes Air - Dr Paul Kalanithi (now deceased)

* non-fiction

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PostPosted: 01 Jan 2017, 10:30 
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1/52 - Back Story - David Mitchell


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 Post subject: Re: The Book a Week Challenge 2017
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1b - Carbonel and Calidor by Barbara Sleigh (re-read)
1 - Galicia, the Switzerland of Spain by Annette M B Meakin
2 - The Legacy of Grazia dei Rossi by Jacqueline Park
3 - Death on a Galician Shore by Domingo Villar
4 - Hunting Midnight by Richard Zimler
5 - DK Eyewitness Travel Northern Spain
6 - An Act of Courage by Allan Mallinson
7 - Sharpe's Havoc by Bernard Cornwell
8 - Keane's Company by Iain Gale
9 - Lonely Planet Pocket Porto
10 - Keane's Charge by Iain Gale
11 - Keane's Challenge by Iain Gale

12 - Sharpe's Rifles by Bernard Cornwell
13 - Death of a Pilgrim by David Dickinson
14 - Galicia Footprint Focus Guide by Andy Symington
15 - They went to Portugal by Rose Macaulay
16 - Sao Tome by Paul D Cohn
17 - Secret of Santiago by Bernard Reilly
18 - Dandelion Soup by Babs Horton
19 - The Bitter Taste of Time by Bea Gonzalez
20 - Strong as Death by Sharan Newman
21 - Pilgrimages by John Ure
21b - A Problem for the Chalet School by Elinor M Brent-Dyer (re-read)
22 - Spain by Jan Morris

23 - A Concise History of Galicia by Sharif Gemie
24 - Journey to Portugal by José Saramago
25 - The Carpenter's Pencil by Manual Rivas
25b - Lorna at Wynyards by Elinor M Brent-Dyer (re-read)
26 - The Young Buglers by G A Henty
27 - Under Drake's Flag by G A Henty
27b - With Moore at Corunna by G A Henty (re-read)
28 - The Edge of the Cloud by K M Peyton
28b - Under Wellington's Command by G A Henty (re-read)
29 - A New History of Portugal by H V Livermore

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 Post subject: Re: The Book a Week Challenge 2017
PostPosted: 01 Jan 2017, 13:13 
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1/52 The Art of Murder - Nicola Slade (of this parish)
2/52 The Long Afternoon - Giles Waterfield
3/52 Mr Campion's Farewell - completed by Mike Ripley
4/52 London: A Short History - A N Wilson

Non-fiction in blue


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1/52 The Little Paris Bookshop By Nina George
2/52 Den Of Wolves By Juliet Marillier
3/52 The Girl On The Train By Paula Hawkins
4/52 Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children By Ransom Riggs
5/52 Small Great Things By Jodie Piccoult
6/52 Trials For The CS By EBD


Re reads:
1 The Lost Staircase By EBD
2 The School At The Chalet By EBD
3 Jo Of The Chalet School By EBD
4 The Princess Of The CS By EBD
5 Twilight By Stephanie Meyer

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 Post subject: Re: The Book a Week Challenge 2017
PostPosted: 01 Jan 2017, 15:27 
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1/52 Wolf Winter - Cecilia Ekback
2/52 Minnie's Room - Mollie Panter-Downes
3/51 Making Conversation - Christine Longford
4/52 The Queen's Choice - Anne O'Brien
5/52 All I ever wanted - Lucy Dillon
6/52 The Constant Queen - Joanna Courtney
7/52 Not Quite Nice - Celia Imrie
8/52 Every Good Deed - Dorothy Whipple
9/52 Burial Rites - Hannah Kent
10/53 The Cleaner of Chartres - Salley Vickers
11/52 Nice Work (if you can get it) - Celia Imrie
12/52 Mount - Jilly Cooper
13/52 The Nurses of Steeple Street - Donna Douglas
14/52 Top Secret TwentyOne - Janet Evanovich
15/52 In the Unlikely Event - Judy Blume
16/52 Shot through the heart - Isabella Grey
17/52 Tricky Twenty Two - Janet Evanovich
18/52 The Chosen Queen - Joanna Courtney
19/52 Why did you lie - Yrsa Sigurdardottir
20/52 The Kept Woman - Karin Slaughter
21/52 Cold Earth - Anne Cleeves
22/52 Out of Bounds - Val McDermid
23/52 The Muse - Jessie Burton
24/52 Prisoners of Geography - Tim Marshall
25/52 Sons of Love and War - Santa Montefiore
26/52 When you walked back into my life - Hilary Boyd
27/52 Cousin Rosamund - Rebecca West


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 Post subject: Re: The Book a Week Challenge 2017
PostPosted: 01 Jan 2017, 18:19 
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1/52 The Secrets of Wishtide - Kate Saunders
2/52 The Head of Kays - P.G.Wodehouse

I am not sure if this can be deleted so thought I would just leave a note to say that I have decided not to participate this year. I find it too stressful to try and remember to update more or less daily so will abandon the attempt straight away!

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1/52 Cold Earth - Ann Cleeves
2/52 The white tower - Cathryn Constable


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PostPosted: 02 Jan 2017, 17:25 
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I actually achieved this for the first time ever last year (still have to update my total) so hoping I can continue in 2017!

1/52 - A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens
2/52 - The Amazon Code - Nick Thatcher
3/52 - The Dogs of War - Frederick Forsyth
4/52 - The Children Act - Ian McEwan
5/52 - Rivers of London - Ben Aaaranovitch
6/52 - Five on Brexit Island
7/52 - The Icarus Agenda - Robert Ludlum
8/52 - The Free World - David Bezmozgis
9/52 - Shirley Flight Air Hostess and The Diamond Smugglers - Judith Dale
10/52 - The Saturday Big Tent Wedding Party - Alexander McCall Smith
11/52 - Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2017 edition) - J.K. Rowling


Re-reads:
1/52 - Hornet's Nest - Ken Follett
2/52 - The Secret of Kilimooin - Enid Blyton
3/52 - The Denehurst Secret Service - Gwendoline Courtney
4/52 - Well Done Denehurst - Gwendoline Courtney
5/52 - The City of the Beasts - Isabel Allende


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 Post subject: Re: The Book a Week Challenge 2017
PostPosted: 02 Jan 2017, 19:50 
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I actually managed to keep up with posting the books I read last year, though my list pales in comparison with some of you far more voracious readers. :D Here goes for 2017: Blue = non-fiction

1/52 About Face - Donna Leon
2/52 Death in a Strange Country - Donna Leon
3/52 The Christmas Star - A festive story collection - Eve Ibbotson
4/52 Paw Tracks in the Moonlight - the story of Toby Jug, a very fine cat - Denis O'Connor
5/52 A Nun's Story - Sister Agatha, with Richard Newman
6/52 The Cornish House - Liz Fenwick
7/52 A Pocket full of Shells - Jean Reinhardt
8/52 A Year of Broken Promises - Jean Reinhardt
9/52 The Turning of the Tide - Jean Reinhardt
10/52 Happiest Days - Jack Sheffield
11/52 My Secret Sister - Helen Edwards and Jenny Lee Smith
11/52 A Legacy of Secrets - Jean Reinhardt
12/52 The Long Weekend - Veronica Henry
14/52 A Cornish Stranger - Liz Fenwick
15/52 Under a Cornish Sky - Liz Fenwick
16/52 The Cosy Tea Shop in the Castle - Caroline Roberts
17/52 Home Again - Kristin Hannah


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PostPosted: 04 Jan 2017, 13:15 
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1/52 Another Little Christmas Murder - Lorna Nicholl Morgan
2/52 The Spanish Ambassador's Suitcase - Matthew Parris
3/52 Lady Rose and Mrs Memmary - Ruby Ferguson
4/52 Murder at the Old Vicarage - Jill McGown
5/52 How to Run Your Home Without Help - Kay Smallshaw
6/52 Near Neighbours - Molly Clavering
7/52 A London Child of the 1870s - Mollie Hughes
8/52 A London Girl of the 1880s - Mollie Hughes
9/52 The Essex Serpent - Sarah Perry
10/52 The Quins at Quales - Winifred Norling
11/52 Climbing Days - Dan Richards
12/52 Worktown - David Hall
13/52 The Girls of the Rookery School - Ethel Talbot
14/52 Silence : A Christian History - Diarmaid MacCullough
15/52 Permission to Resign - Ann Bridge
16/52 Speaking for England - David Faber

Re-reads
R1 Heather Leaves School - EBD
R2 Thrilling Term at Janeways - EBD
R3 Caroline the Second - EBD
R4 The New House Captain - Dorita Fairlie Bruce (DFB)
R5 The Best House in the School - DFB
R6 Captain at Springdale - DFB
R7 The New House at Springdale - DFB
R8 Prefects at Springdale - DFB
R9 Captain Anne - DFB
R10 The Girls of St Brides - DFB
R11 Nancy at St Brides - DFB


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PostPosted: 04 Jan 2017, 15:36 
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1/52 Retribution - R. Ingermanson
2/52 Holloway - Macfarlane, Donwood & Richards
3/52 A Different Kind of Daughter: The Girl Who Hid From the Taliban in Plain Sight - Maria Toorpakai

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PostPosted: 06 Jan 2017, 07:54 
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I did awfully last year, so let's hope I can enjoy a lot more books in 2017

January
1/52 The Wild Lorings- Gwendoline Courtney
2/52 Summon the Keeper- Tanya Huff
3/52 The Wild Lorings: Detectives. - Gwendoline Courtney
4/52 Sweep in Peace- Ilona Andrews
5/52 One Fell Sweep- Ilona Andrews
6/52 Death in Kashmir- M. M. Kaye
7/52 Uprooted- Naomi Novik
8/52 A Footman for the Peacock- Rachel Ferguson
9/52 Little G - E.M. Channon

February
10/52 The House at the End of Hope Street- Menna van Praag
11/52 The Graveyard Shift- Angela Roquet
12/52 Elizabeth of the Garrett Theatre- Gwendoline Courtney

March
13/52 Arrest the Bishop- Winifred Peck
14/52 Outrageous Fortune- Patricia Wentworth
15/52 Pocket Full of Posies- Angela Roquet
16/52 The Honour of the House- E M Channon


Re-reads:
1. Cleansweep- Ilona Andrews
2. Taken at the Flood- Agatha Christie
3. Why Didn't They Ask Evans? - Agatha Christie

4. They Came to Baghdad- Agatha Christie
5. Come, Tell Me How You Live- Agatha Christie Mallowan
6. The Man in the Brown Suit- Agatha Christie

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PostPosted: 06 Jan 2017, 14:28 
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Key: New Fiction, New non-fiction, Re-reads of all kinds

January.
R1: STTNG: The Dominion War: Behind Enemy Lines - John Vornholt
1/52: According to Arnold - Giles Milton
R2: STTNG: The Dominion War: Tunnel Through The Stars - John Vornholt
2/52: Ambitious Women - Barbara Wilson
R3: STDS9: The Dominion War: Call To Arms - Diane Carey
R4: Amazing Disgrace - James Hamilton-Patterson
R5: STDS9: The Dominion War - Sacrifice of Angels -Diane Carey
R6: The Invisible Gorilla - Chabris and Simons
R7: The Last Sherlock Holmes Story - Michael Dibdin
R8: Strangers To the Marsh - Monica Edwards

3/52: Charles Dickens - Claire Tomalin
4/52: Saffy's Angel - Hilary Mckay
R9: Marling Hall - Angela Thirkell
5/52: Planet of the Apes - Pierre Boulle
6/52: The Blitz - Juliet Gardiner
R10: Liberty - Garrison Keiller
7/52: Two Heroines of Plumpington - Anthony Trollope
8/52: Who Thinks Evil - Michael Kurland
9/52: Taxi - Khaled Al Khamissi
10/52: An Editor's Tales - Anthony Trollope
11/52: Egyptomania - Ronald H. Fritze
12/52: The Strangers Who Came Home - John Lazenby

R11: The Body In The Thames - Susanna Gregory
13/52: On an Offa Bus - Gareth Wheatley
R12: A Wandering Falcon - Jamil Ahmad
14/52: The Long Earth - Pratchett and Baxter
15/52: Bryant and May: The Burning Room - Christopher Fowler
16/52: Uncle Dynamite: PG Wodehouse
17/52: The Broken Road - Patrick Leigh Fermor
18/52: The Moor - William Atkins

R13: Right Ho, Jeeves - PG Wodehouse
19/52: The Diamond Age - Neal Stephenson
20/52: Mrs Jordan's Profession - Claire Tomalin
21/52: The Life and Times of Harvey Milk - Randy Shilts

22/52: The Sellout - Paul Beatty
23/52: Juniors of the CS - Katherine Bruce
24/52: Thomas Hardy - Claire Tomalin
25/52: THe Green Road Through The Trees -Hugh Thomson
26/52: Mozart - Paul Johnson

27/52: Seveneves - Neal Stephenson
28/52: Faster, They're Gaining On Us - Peter Biddlecome
29/52: The Unfisnished Global Revolution - Mark Malloch-Brown
30/52: Dear Birmingham - ? Iqbal

31/52: The Cossacks - Leo Tolstoy
32/52: Mistral Hotel - Stephen Lister
33/52: Wellington - Jane Wellesley
R14: A Dead Man in Naples - Michael Pearce
34/52: The Marriage Bureau for Rich People -Farahad Zama
35/52: Belfry Life in Birmingham - ed Ingram and Jones
36/52: The Disappearance of Emile Zola - Michael Rosen

37/52: The Long War - Pratchett and Baxter
38/52: A Long Way From Verona - Jane Gardam
39/52(?): Hadji Murat - Leo Tolstoy

February
40/52: The Art of Centuries - Steve James
41/52: Cobweb - Stephenson and George
42/52: Summer - Edith Wharton
R15: Friendly Fire - Alaa Al Aswany
43/52: Savoy Grill at One - Stephen Lister
44/52: In Search of Paradise - Stephen Lister
45/52: I Shot The Buddha - Colin Cotterill
46/52: Algorithms To Live By - Christian and Griffiths
47/52: Between The Acts - Virginia Woolf
48/52: The Butterfly Club - Jacqueline Wilson
49/52: Mobile Library -David Whitehouse
50/52: Ancient Worlds - Richard Miles
51/52: Eight Oaks - Stephen Lister
52/52: Peace Comes To St Monique - Stephen Lister
53: More Than This - Patrick Ness
R16: The Namesake - Walter C Hodges
54: Chloe Takes Charge - Phyllis Matthewman
55: Crisis Cottage - Geoffrey Willans
56: Judy O'Grady and the Colonel's Lady - Noel St John Williams
57: Mrs Tim Carries On - DE Stevenson
58: Dead Man's Blues - Ray Celestin
59: 1956 - Simon Hall
60: St Monique Roundabout - Stephen Lister
61: A Horse walks Into A Bar - David Grossman
62: Ira Aldridge - Martin Hoyles
R17: Mr Skeffington - Elizabeth von Armin
63: An Enquiry on Human Understanding - David Hume
64: The Rake's Progress - Ronald Searle (nearly all cartoons!)
65: A Brief History of Mathematical Thought - Luke Heaton
66: The Kellys and O'Kellys - Anthony Trollope
67: Being Wagner - Simon Callow
R18: Raffles of the MCC - Barry Perowne
68: The Zoo - Isobel Charman
69: The Egyptians - Jack Shenker

70: The Long Mars - Pratchett and Baxter
71: Alehouses and Good Fellowship in Early Modern England - Mark Hailwood
72: The Wipers Times - Hislop and Newman
73: The Voices Within - Charles Fernyhough
R19: The Eustace Diamonds - Anthony Trollope
74: Essex Poison - Ian Sansom
75: Lark In The Morn - Elfrida Vipont
76: Yakking Around The World - Simon Hughes
77: Castle Richmond - Anthony Trollope
78: Trooper to the Southern Cross - Angela Thirkell
R20: Moriarty - Anthony Horowitz
79: Rappel 1910 - Brahms and Sherrin
80: Australia vol 1 - Anthony Trollope
81: Vintage Summer: 1947 - John Arlott

82: ST: Mr Scott's Guide To The Enterprise - Shane Johnson
83: A Brief Guide to Star Wars - Brian J Robb
R21: The Adventures of Inspector Lestrade -MJ Trow
84: A is for Arsenic - Kathyn Markup
85: The House of Four - Barbara Nadel
86: Unruly Times - AS Byatt
R22: Bring On the Girls - Wodehouse and Bolton
87: Leviathan - Scott Westerfield
88: The Abominable Goat - Stephen Lister
89: Universal Man - Richard Davenport-Hines
90: Tequila Oil - Hugh Thomson


March
91: Retribution Falls - Chris Wooding
92: Men of Waterloo - John Sutherland
93: Australia vol 2- Anthony Trollope

R23: The Stainless Steel Rat Goes To Hell - Harry Harrison
R24: Miss Buncle's Book - DE Stevenson

94: Days In The Sun - Neville Cardus
95: After You, Mr Feydeau - Brahms and Sherrin
96: The Struggles of Brown, Jones and Robinson - Anthony Trollope
R24: Brigade - MJ Trow
97: Against the Day - Thomas Pynchon
98: Man Makes Himself - V Gordon Childe
99: The Night Mayor - Kim Newman
100: The Iron Jackal - Chris Wooding
101: A Smell of Brimstone - Stephen Lister
102: Unnatural Fire - Fidelis Morgan
103: The Problem of Knowledge - AJ Ayer
104: A Countess at School - EM Channon
105: Lutyens and the Edwardians - Jane Brown
106: Waugh in Abyssinia - Evelyn Waugh

R25: Milly In The Fifth - Evelyn Smith
107: Vitruvius Britannicus - Colen (sic) Campbell - mainly pictures!
108: Catherine head of the House - Joanna Lloyd
109: The Oakhill Guide Company - Felicity Keith
110: No Castanets - Caryl Brahms
111: The Two Mrs Abbotts - DE Stevenson
112: Fred - John Arlott
113: Coronation Summer - Angela Thirkell
114: The Cripps Mission - Peter Clarke
115: The Wrenford Tradition - Dorothea Moore
?R26: Fell Family Holiday - Marjorie Lloyd
116: Behemoth - Scott Westerfield
117: A City Girl - John Law
118: Elizabeth of the German Garden
119: When The Going was Good - Evelyn Waugh
120: Who ology - Scott and Wright

121: The Revolutions - Felix Gilman
122: The West Indies and the Spanish Main - Anthony Trollope
123: The Little Old Lady who Struck Lucky Again - Catharine Ingelman-Sunberg
124: Mr Campion's Fault - Mike Ripley
125: The Dog That Never Was - Stephen Lister
126: Night Trains - Andrew Martin
127: Superfluous Women - Carola Dunn
128: Soulless - Gail Carriger
129: Chocolate Wars - Deborah Cadbury
R27: Perfect Rigour - Masha Gessen
130: A Tourist In Africa - Evelyn Waugh


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1/52 - No Child of Mine - Susan Lewis
2/52 - The Headmistress - Angela Thirkell
3/52 - My Brilliant Friend - Elena Ferrante
4/52 - After the Last Dance - Sarra Manning
5/52 - Belgravia - Julian Fellowes


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1/52 Miss Marple's Final Cases - Agatha Christie
2/52 Favorite Father Brown Stories - G.K. Chesterton
3/52 The Incredulity of Father Brown - G.K. Chesterton

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1/52 The Miracle Morning - Hal Elrod
2/52 The Novel Habits of Happiness - Alexander McColl Smith
3/52 Sweet, thoughtful Valentine - Alexander McColl Smith

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