Books that flew home with me…

So, as mentioned in an earlier post, a few books *might* have made their way home to Texas from my visit to England. As you are my fellow book nerds, I thought you may be curious to see what titles traveled the 5,500 miles across the Atlantic.

Books from UK trip Part One.

Books from UK trip Part One.

Titles for above photo:

Death in the Nile – Agatha Christie (had plans on reading this on the plane and then leaving it behind… )
Mid-Victorian Britain 1851-1875 – Geoffrey Best
Seven by Five – H. E. Bates
The Weaker Vessel: Woman’s Lot in Seventeenth Century England – Antonia Frasier

Books from UK trip Part Two.

Books from UK trip Part Two.

Mrs. Robinson’s Disgrace – Kate Summerscale
The Victorian Hospital – Lavinia Mitton (from Hunterian Museum)
The Sugar Barons – Matthew Parker
The Semi-Attached Couple and the Semi-Attached House – Emily Eden
A Little Book of Language – David Cystal
For God, Country, and Coca-Cola – Mark Pendergrast (history of Coke)

So – lots and lots of yummy reading there. This lot, combined with the Friends of Lib sale lot, will mean some more culling of the bookshelves in the near future… I’m sure that I am only a few minutes from being scolded for having too many books by the DH…

Mind the Gap - London Tube.

Mind the Gap – London Tube.

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