Humour

Tales of Wrykyn And Elsewhere: Twenty-five Short Stories of School Life by P.G. Wodehouse

My first foray into PG Wodehouse had been Jeeves( The first book was not completed as I mentioned in the earlier post about the past favourites.) but the next semi successful ownership was of school tales. Some of the stories in this book I had read previously but a few were new. School stories of… Continue reading Tales of Wrykyn And Elsewhere: Twenty-five Short Stories of School Life by P.G. Wodehouse

Feel good

In the Company of Cheerful Ladies (No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, #6)-by Alexander McCall Smith

I surprisingly gave this book 5 stars!. When I began this series ( for the second time, there had been a previous aborted attempt) I had not imagined enjoying the books further down the series as I am now. Each book is getting progressively better . There is a slight possibility that the journey through… Continue reading In the Company of Cheerful Ladies (No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, #6)-by Alexander McCall Smith

Mystery

No Wind of Blame (Inspector Hemingway #1) by Georgette Heyer

This book might be one of a series but the stories do not have any continuity exactly and therefore merit individual reviews. Georgette Heyer has usually a set of whimsical characters at the core of a story and you sometimes have to take time to absorb the absurdity of what they consider as their normal.… Continue reading No Wind of Blame (Inspector Hemingway #1) by Georgette Heyer