New TBR Shelf for January 2014

(Above Image L-R):

  • Creating a Beautiful Home – Alexandra Stoddard (NF)
  • Our Mother’s War – Emily Yellin (NF re: home life in US during WWII) (NF)
  • Every Day Life in Early America – David Freeman Hawke (NF)
  • Inca-Kola – Matthew Parris (travel writing in South America) (NF)
  • A Girl Named Zippy – Haven Kimmel (autobio) (NF)
  • Kaffir Boy – Mark Mathabane (autobio about apartheid) (NF)
  • Revolutionary Mothers – Carol Berkin (NF)
  • Seven by Five – H. E. Bates (short stories) (F)
  • Maximum City – Suketu Mehta (travel writing about India) (NF)
  • The Sunbonnet – Rebecca Jumper Matheson (Texas History) (NF)
  • Remember the Alamo – Alison Rattle and Allison Vale (US history) (NF)
  • Quirk – Hannah Holmes (sociology/science) (NF)
  • Servants – Lucy Lethbridge (UK social history) (NF)
  • An Unnecessary Woman – Rabin Alameddine (F)
  • Newjack: Guarding Sing-Sing – Ted Conover (social history) (NF)
  • Third Girl – Agatha Christie (mystery) (F)
  • The Weight of Heaven – Thrity Umriger (F)
  • Pledged: The Secret Life of Sororities – Alexandra Robbins (sociology) (NF)
  • Charles Dickens – Claire Tomalin (history/bio) (NF)
  • Ordinary Lives in North Korea – Barbara Demick (travel) (NF)

So – lots of titles from which to choose from so that’s some fun reading ahead. (I know it’s a big list – these are just some forgotten titles from my TBR pile and is just for me to choose from over the next few months. I’m sure that I won’t get to all of them – but it’s really fun to have so much choice!)

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2 thoughts on “New TBR Shelf for January 2014

  1. That’s a great list of books to choose from…especially the Inca-Kola book, and the one set in North Korea. They sound very interesting. And I love a good Agatha Christie! Good luck!

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