It’s almost fall, which means it’s almost time to curl up with a blanket and hot chocolate and read some classics! Here are some lesser-known suggestions.
[[nid:5579]] This one (which is Agatha Christie writing as Mary Westmacott) has brilliant interior monologue with a splash of unreliable narrator, and the same narrative thrust as a mystery as you eagerly try to piece together the facts of the woman's life. The end was devastating.
[[nid:5578]] So, so hilarious. Written in the style of Bridget Jones's Diary, but in 1930. This is my very favorite kind of humor, wry and biting about the trials of everyday life.