Library Loot is a new weekly event hosted by Eva at A Striped Armchair to share the library books we find each week. It’s a wonderful idea. I am a lifelong library lover and I am lucky enough to be a member of a private subsription library as well as having a good public library service.
Here are my latest five finds:
The Red House Mystery by A A Milne is a 1920s mystery that I didn’t know existed until I spotted this lovely little volume in the library.
Knights of Love by Jane Tozer is a new Cornish interpretation of The Lais of Marie de France.
Memoirs of A Novelist by Virginia Woolf is a slim volume of early short stories, ourtesy of the wonderful Hesperus Classics.
Renoir, my Father by Jean Renoir is a family memoir for my Art History Reading Challenge.
Books, Baguettes and Books by Jeremy Mercer is another memoir, in this case of a bookish nature.