Down the Garden Path by Beverley Nichols came from me to me. :-)
I adore Beverley Nichols' gardening books so I finally gave in and got this, his semi-autobiographical first account of gardening and the people who come and visit him as he's creating his garden. I can't wait to jump into more of his signature snark and wit.
Down the Kitchen Sink by Beverley Nichols came from me to me. :-)
I couldn't resist this cooking oriented follow-up to the above.
A Village in a Valley by Beverley Nichols came from me to me. :-)
The third in Nichols' Allways trilogy, this is another I didn't have and couldn't resist. (Seriously, if you haven't yet discovered Nichols, you should.)
Beyond the Wild River by Sarah Maine came from Atria Paperbacks.
The first thing that drew me to this one was the river on the cover (I'm so easy) but I am really excited to read this story of a Scottish heiress who comes across a childhood friend in Canada, a meeting that will reveal the truth of a five year old shooting back in Scotland.
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