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Wednesday reading

Current
British Interventions in Early Modern Ireland, eds Ciaran Brady and Jane Ohlmeyer
Do Elephants Ever Forget?, by Guy Campbell
With The Light vol 6, by Keiko Tobe
[Doctor Who] Grimm Reality by Simon Bucher-Jones and Kelly Hale
The Big Finish Companion v1, by Richard Dinnick

Last books finished
Absalom, Absalom!, by William Faulkner
The Saint Zita Society, by Ruth Rendell

Last week's audios
Ghost in the Machine (Jo/3) by Jonathan Morris
Many Happy Returns (Benny/various) by various
Afterlife (7/Ace/Hex) by Matt Fitton
Current: The Beginning (Susan/1) by Marc Platt

Next books
Rivers of London, by Ben Aaronovitch
The Rabbi's Cat v2, by Joann Sfarr
Jane Austen, by Claire Tomalin
[Doctor Who] Pest Control, by Peter Anghelides

Books acquired in last week
A Scanner Darkly, by Philip K. Dick
The Lowest Heaven, eds Anne C. Perry and Jared Shurin
The Unlimited Dream Company by J. G. Ballard
The Uncertain Legacy of Crisis: European Foreign Policy Faces the Future, by Richard Youngs
Challenges for European Foreign Policy in 2014: The EU's Extended Neighbourhood, eds Giovanni Grevi and Daniel Keohane
Empowering Europe's Future: Governance, Power and Options for the EU in a Changing World, by Giovanni Grevi, Daniel Keohane, Bernice Lee and Patricia Lewis

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