I was traveling this week, so spent a lot of time reading on airplanes. I read The Monogram Murders and Closed Casket, which are "new" Agatha Christies written by a different author. They were fun airplane reads but didn't hold up against the classic Christies. (Read The Murder of Roger Ackroyd if you haven't yet, and avoid spoilers.)
I also finished Lost City of the Monkey God, a nonfiction book about the search for a lost city in Honduras that I'm reading with @Ashley Elder and @Stephanie Grice. And finally, I'm making my way through 100 Years of Solitude, which I've been trying to read for years and have never managed to finish.
So, what are you reading?
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