........................well actually it's lots of crime. I do read some fiction other than crime but rarely buy to keep ( except for the Miss Read)
And, as we say in Suffolk , I seem to be slightly on the huh!
On the very bottom shelf are all the Ellis Peters Cadfael books. I read these as they were published and then a few years ago I kept spotting them in charity shops so decided to collect them, so that I can read them all again.
Do you see how big the 5 C.J. Sansom books are. It takes him 3 or 4 years to write each of these Shardlake series and I'm now reading the 6th - borrowed from the library of course . Then I shall wait for it to appear in paperback in a charity shop where I'll snap it up for about £1.99 instead of the £20 which people who don't use libraries will pay - MAD! ( Pot calling kettle black springs to mind when you look at how many books I actually possess!)
Now to count this lot.........................188 + 704 is errrrr...........892
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