I am in the middle of Bleak House, which is a struggle for me - as Dickens always is. I don't know why, but he is the Victorian that I find the most difficult to read. I am behind on a buddy read that I am doing on twitter, with an old online friend.
I'm also in the middle of A Question of Upbringing, but that shouldn't take me long to finish. I'd like to wrap that one up in the next couple of days.
Then I am ready to start on my four main books of the week: The Floating Admiral by the members of The Detection Club, Silverhill by Phyllis Whitney, Decision at Delphi by Helen MacInnes & Death on Doomsday by Elizabeth Lemarchand.