AKA In My Mailbox
This week I received two crime novels, Tideline by Penny Hancock from Simon & Schuster and The Dark Valley by Valerio Varesi from Quercus. Just my luck, I gave the first Varesi book to a lovely guest reviewer but I’m sure I can work out what’s going on. I’ve got quite used to reading international crime fiction out of order and to think, I used to be such a stickler about it!
I also made the mistake of going on to NetGalley to update my profile and add a completed review. That meant I just had to have a little look at their listings too…
Erebos by Ursula Poznanski
Emerald City by Alicia K. Leppert
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