More Kindle Deals (not that I intend to make a habit of this)

November 26, 2012 @ 7:27 am | Filed under: Books, Kindle

Lot of Kindle deals worth pointing out today: The James Herriot books for $2 each or $3.72 for the first three together—All Creatures Great and Small, All Things Bright and Beautiful, and All Things Wise and Wonderful.

Mr Popper’s Penguins & Strawberry Girl for $1.32 each

Boxcar Children books for .99

Julie of the Wolves for $1.32

Bunch of other stuff, including Michael Chabon, William Styron, Alice Walker, Pearl S. Buck. I’m super happy because The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie is $2 & I’ve had my eye on that for ages. What other Muriel Spark should I read? I enjoyed Memento Mori so very much.

 


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  1. Ooh, once I discovered Muriel Spark in college, I just read EVERYTHING.
    The Kindle deals include Barbara Hambly and a lot of Octavia Butler, too — some SUPER deals.

  2. The Girls of Slender Means and Far Cry from Kensington are also great Spark reading. Jump from her to Sigrid Undset (like Ida Elisabeth) for some great early 20th century women’s lit.