Linking up with Anne--a little late to the party this month! Things were slower than usual this month. I abandoned a few books, and for a few days I just wasn't reading anything (oh, the horror!).
Murder at the Brightwell by Ashley Weaver
I put in a hold request for this during the summer, and it had been so long that I'd just about given up on this one. Cute. I hope it's the start of a series. There were almost too many potential suspects to keep track of, but it was a fun read.
Hollow Man by Mark Pryor
This was a non-Hugo Marston novel about a British expat who works as a D.A. in Austin--and plays guitar and writes songs on the side. Who also happens to be a psychopath. This was a one day read. Gripping and creepy.
Far From the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy
I just loved it. And now I want to see the movie that came out over the summer.
Silas Marner by George Eliot
Seems the more I love a story the less I write about it. I feel like this one and Madding Crowd need a book club...