November TBR

It is Non-Fiction November I love this month as I basically binge anything that is new in the Ancient Egypt world of books. However, this month I thought I would branch out. So I am reading a mix of lots of different non-fiction subjects from forensics to Japan to London Zoo. Let me know in the comments what you think of my list and if you are participating in Non-Fiction November.

So here is my list:

Lost Japan by Alex Kerr (Penguin)


Unnatural Causes by Dr Richard Shepherd (Michael Joseph)


Tales of Ancient Egypt by Roger Lancelyn Green (Puffin Classics)


Notes of a Native Son by James Baldwin (Penguin Classics)


Mixed – Race Superman by Will Harris (Peninsula Press)


The Zoo by Isobel Charman (Penguin)


Four Princes by John Julius Norwich (John Murray)


Goodbye Christopher Robin by Ann Thwaite (Pan Books)


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