I'm not going to have much time for reading (I read a lot the rest of the year) .. too many relatives!
But please come back and tell us what you think of England's Lane. I met Joseph Connolly at a literary event in London and he was great. He read aloud from England's Lane brilliantly, and as a consequence, when I read it I heard his voice in my head throughout. Which was a good thing If they do an audiobook I hope he reads it himself.
I do have Parade's End waiting to be read so might get into that if I get a chance.
Dh and ds going away for nearly 3 weeks on Christmas Day, so only me and dd here. So on my shelves I have... Leonard Cohen and Rod Stewart biographies The Devil all the time- Donald Rae Pollack (dark American gothic) England's Lane-Joseph Connolly Last night in twisted river-John Irving Rules of Civility-Amor Towles
Treblinka-Chil Rajchman Pigeon English- Stephan Kelman Kate Williams-The Pleasures of men
And I will go to the library for half a dozen psychological thrillers.