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Naked Prey
John Sandford
Dawn Patrol
Don Winslow
Essays (Everyman's Library Classics)
George Orwell, John Carey
The Anglo Irish Murders - Ruth Dudley Edwards, Bill Wallis This was not quite as good as the previous books in the series. The premise of Baroness Troutbeck, one of the least politically correct characters in fiction, chairing a conference on cultural sensitivities should have been hilarious but the tedium of the attendees permeated the story and in the end I did not really care about any of the murders and the jokes just seemed a bit tired. I listened to the audio version read by Bill Wallis who handled all the different accents with great aplomb.