Of course, I've read some more books in the last couple of months. Among them are:
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime by Mark Haddon.
I enjoyed the book a lot. I could relate to the boy's love of math, it's fascinating how he thinks. Sometimes he gets through situations not realizing how dangerous they may be. But his determination and getting there one step at a time can be a lesson to people even who don't have to deal with autism but are just afraid in certain situations.
Tea Time for the Traditionally Built (No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency) by Alexander McCall Smith.
I enjoyed reading this, the 10th in the series. I was glad to read a bit about the foster children, Motoleli and Puso again. I was curious throughout the book how the football team's case would be solved. I love it how straightforward the solutions of the cases often are in the end.