advanced digital hoarding

I really need to stop being tempted by kindle sales.

Friday saw me end up with 9 books for under $20! Though whether any of them are worth reading is another thing entirely.

Additions to the stash below (not affiliate links – that’s not my bag)

Jorn Lier Horst: Dregs (William Wisting Mystery) AU$2.89

Michael Hambling: Dark Crimes AU$0.99

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: Flow – The Psychology of Happiness AU$1.99

Janie Bolitho: Plotted in Cornwall (Rose Trevelyan Series) AU$2.19

Karen Charlton: The Heiress of Linn Hagh (The Detective Lavender Mysteries Book 1) AU$0.99

James Crumley: The Last Good Kiss (C W Sughrue 1) AU$1.99

Ulla-Lena Lundberg: Ice AU$1.89

Adrian Magson: Death on the Rive Nord: 2 (Inspector Lucas Rocco) AU$1.39

Melodie Johnson Howe: Mother Shadow (An LA Murder Mystery) AU$3.09


And that is in addition to the four books I bought since the last sale a couple of weeks ago (eeeeep).

Viveca Sten: Closed Circles (Sandhamn Murders) – bought the second in the series after reading the first (acquired in the first sale). To be honest both were a little underwhelming, but I needed closure.

Philip Kerr: March Violets: Bernie Gunther Thriller 1 – as suggested by the excellent practical reinventor

Clive Cussler: Piranha: Oregon Files #10 (The Oregon Files) – clive cussler is my guilty pleasure. Honestly these books are among the (unintentionally) funniest things I’ve ever read. I just completely delight in them.

Clive Cussler: The Emperor’s Revenge: Oregon Files #11 (The Oregon Files) – see above.

Liane Moriarty: Truly Madly Guilty – because I enjoyed Big Little Lies (which reminds me of our Hong Kong holiday, because I devoured it while we were there)


When I went to grab the link for the sale I was tempted by a couple more, but have thus far managed to resist. With this haul, the last haul and the 10 or so others that are waiting to be read, I have quite enough to see me through the next few months (or few years!).

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