My trip to the library brought me 3 books, and they are looking good.
An Angel for Emily by Jude Deveraux
I do prefer the historical novels but Deveraux, but I thought I would give a contemporary book a chance. And it did sound weird, a girl driving and hitting a man who says he is an angel. I guess I have to find out what the deal is.
The Indian Clerk by David Levitt
Not to sure about this one. It's about a man who gets a letter from India. The man who wrote the letter seems to be some sort of mathematical genius, but the mans colleagues at the Oxford, or was it Cambridge, doesn't agree. Better travel to India then.
The Welsh Girl by Peter Ho Davies
A Jewish Captain comes to Wales to interrogate a German prisoner. He meets a Welsh girl, full of life. Is there some sort of triangle there. Thought they hinted at that at the back. And the book does feel like a Booker nominee.