Okay, so I totally forgot to do a reading wrap-up last week. So, here's what I've done since last I wrapped up...
First, last Saturday, I picked up twelve hardcopy book at a thrift store I'd never been to before. I got four hardcovers and eight paperbacks - 4 mysteries, 5 SF, a fantasy, a suspense, and a NF - with loads of big names like Agatha Christie, Ellery Queen, Vince Flynn, Robert Heinlein, Gordon R. Dickson, Alan Dean Foster, Arthur C. Clarke, Larry Niven. Cost me $4. Yay.
57) Elephants Can Remember by Agatha Christe (10/21/22) - Mystery - 5 stars. Neither new to me nor underappreciated. Picked up for 25c from the thrift store.
Review: "I read a different edition of this one this time. I can never seem to remember which of Christie's novels I own when I'm strolling through the thrift stores. Eh, it doesn't really matter. They're all awesome and the search continues to own them all. In old book form, of course. This was excellent, of course."
56) For Love of Mother-Not by Alan Dean Foster (10/16/22) - SF - 5 stars. I love Alan Dean Foster, but I hadn't read this one. Still, not new to me or underappreciated. 25c at my new favorite thrift store.
Review: "I'd never read any of these before, so I guess it's best I started with the prequel. Awesome stuff."
55) Assassin's Moon by Silver James (10/9/22) - Paranormal Romantic Suspense* - 5 stars. Not new to me but certainly underappreciated. Paid full price $2.99.
Review: "Another amazing re-release by Ms. James. This was an awesome book before, but she's made it deeper, stronger, better... with more feels. Most excellent!
54) Grumbles from the Grave by Robert A. Heinlein / Virginia Heinlein (10/9/22) - NF - 5 stars. Neither new to me nor underappreciated, but I don't understand the people who gave it low stars. :shrug: I paid $2 for this at my former favorite thrift store.
Currently reading... I think I'll pick up one of the cute cozies I snagged from the thrift store next. Fun!
What's on your reading wrap-up this week? Last week? What's ahead for you?