Only two books read this month, though I'm writing my post early as I'll be away on holiday at the end of the month. It does mean that there should be quite a few books read between now and the end of July.
I heard Caroline from Mrs M's Meanderings mention After The Crash by Michel Bussi on one of her You Tube videos and thought it sounded good so I borrowed it from the library. It's about a plane crash where the only survivor is a three month old baby girl. Two families believe her to belong to them which results in an investigation lasting right up to her eighteenth birthday, when the truth is finally discovered. I enjoyed this book and couldn't wait until the end to find out who she really was.
The Agatha Christie book I read this month was The ABC Murders. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and though Poirot features, it was actually written in a slightly different way to the Agatha Christie books I've read before. There's a serial killer working his way through the alphabet, the first victim is A A in Andover, the second B B in Bexhill. A copy of the ABC Railway Guide, open at the place of the murder, is left on each body. A very clever murder mystery which I would thoroughly recommend.
I've got a few books from the library waiting to be read as well as a few on my Kindle. I usually read a lot on holiday so it will be interesting to see how many I get though. Next month's reading round up may be quite lengthy.