Well, I know I won't have finish the book I'm reading right now, so here's the list of books I read during April. Not a bad group.
People of the Book - Geraldine Brooks - The story of the conservator of the Sarajevo Haggadah, and the people involved with it over centuries.
A Stingray Bit My Nipple! - Erik Torkells - True stories from travelers, submitted to Budget Travel magazine.
Infinity & Zebra Stripes: Life with Gifted Children - Wendy Skinner - Skinner's story of raising two gifted children, and working with the school system.
Death Will Get You Sober - Elizabeth Zelvin - Debut mystery in which Bruce Kohler, an alcoholic, along with two friends, investigates when men start dying in detox.
A Pale Horse - Charles Todd - Inspector Ian Rutledge is sent to look for a man who disappeared, and when the man turns up dead, no one wants to identify him.
The House on Fortune Street - Margot Livesey - Four intertwined stories of lives, and unfortunate choices that lead to tragedy.
The Teacher's Funeral: A Comedy in Three Acts - Richard Peck - Juvenile story of a rural Indiana family and school, in 1904.
The Crazy Hole in My Heart and The Cat Who Fixed It - Geneen Roth - Roth's account of life and death with her dad and her cat, Blanche.
Stone Creek - Victoria Lustbader - Two lonely people find each other, but she's married.
The Unraveling of Violeta Bell - C.R. Corwin - Maddy Sprowls, newspaper librarian, looks into the murder of a woman who claimed to be Romanian royalty.
The Prince of Frogtown - Rick Bragg - The story of Bragg's father, Charlie, completes his family cycle.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid - Jeff Kinney - Juvenile novel in cartoons about Greg Heffley's first year of middle school.
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