Okay, okay, I know it's not Friday. But Friday I was celebrating Christmas. Yeah, I know that Friday wasn't Christmas either. Not for anyone except, perhaps, my family. We weren't all able to get together in December, thanks to Mother Nature, and this was the earliest we could celebrate with each other.
I do seem to have something of a theme going this week--must have been hankering for books that were really centered on character.
The Girl Who Fell From The Sky by Heidi W. Burrow
The Girl With Glass Feet by Ali Shaw
The Man From Beijing by Henning Mankell
The Man From Saigon by Marti Leimbach
Of these, I think that The Man From Beijing is the one I'm most anxious to get my hands on. I had, earlier in the week, heard a radio program about the Chinese presence in Africa and then Friday I heard about this work of fiction which deals with that same subject. Mankell is also the author of the series of books featuring Kurt Wallander, which have been seen on Masterpiece on PBS starring Kenneth Branagh.
Thanks to Miz B, of Should Be Reading, for sponsoring Friday Finds.