This is the ever growing list of mostly fiction books I want to read:
- Jan Potocki, The Manuscript Found at Saragossa / The Saragossa Manuscript (see Wikipedia)
- Philip Kerr, Berlin Noir trilogy: A Philosophical Investigation, Gridiron, The Shot Children of the Lamp series: everything from Book 3 on!
- The Shadow in the North, The Tiger in the Well, The Tin Princess, in the Sally Lockhart series, and Lyra’s Oxford, all by Philip Pullman
- Predator’s Gold, by Philip Reeve, sequel to Mortal Engines in the Hungry City Chronicles. In the far future, cities have become mobile, dragging themselves around the war-ruined world on giant traction engines, practicing Municipal Darwinism. It’s a town eat town world!
- Mysteries by Lynne Hamilton
- Ruby Dice, followed by Catch the Lightning, by Catherine Asaro (in that order, have placed holds on the the three preceding books in the series)
- Alex Carr, The Prince of Bagram Prison
- Daniel Goleman, Ecological Intelligence
- Shrabani Basu, Victoria and Abdul, History Press, updated 2011