28 November 2008

Friday Finds: Nov. 28


I post my entire list of weekly discoveries on Sundays, but I like to pick out at least one book to highlight for this meme. To see what others found this week, click here.

Both books today were suggested by my local library.




Historical fiction about "the Anglo-Burmese war, a rogue major, and the fate of an ordinary piano tuner drawn into an extraordinary entanglement."









First in a mystery series that takes place in medieval Ireland.





EDIT: Here are links for more information: The Piano Tuner and My Lady Judge.

11 comments:

Lynne 11/28/08, 8:20 AM  

I just added MY LADY JUDGE to my wish list, along with the 2nd book in the series.

I love anything connected to Ireland.

Nan 11/28/08, 8:23 AM  

Thank you! I've never heard of either one, and will look into them.

Betty 11/28/08, 9:48 AM  

My Lady Judge sounds great! Medieval Ireland sounds like a time I'd like to read about!

avisannschild 11/28/08, 11:38 AM  

Both of these books sounds interesting!

My Friday Finds are here.

Manasa 11/28/08, 3:45 PM  

Never heard of these books before. Can you provide outline of the story :)

Beth F 11/28/08, 4:35 PM  

Manasa: I don't know much about them. I'll edit my post with links to Amazon.

Cheryl 11/28/08, 7:59 PM  

Yikes! I've never heard of the Anglo-Burmes war. I thought I was pretty well rounded with history, I'll have to google it.

Kim 11/28/08, 9:09 PM  

These sound very intriguing! I haven't read much historical fiction in the past several years but I keep thinking I should throw a few in to my list each year. ;)
*smiles*
Kim
http://pageafterpage-kim.blogspot.com/2008/11/on-to-tbr-list-it-goes.html

Veens 11/29/08, 7:08 AM  

Nice~~ I wouldn't know about them, if I had not read this. :)

Michele at Reader's Respite 11/29/08, 4:24 PM  

My Lady Judge looks great. Nice finds!!

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