AKA Showcase Sunday
Summer is here finally and I have started my new job!
Another two-weeker and lots of unsolicited books; especially crime which I am not really reading at the moment (bar my favourites). Toying with the idea about getting a regular crime reviewer but then I want to keep this as MY blog with my opinions…so they might just carry on lingering in the corner of the room until I come up with a better idea. Despite the splash of blood, this has never really been a crime fiction blog.
Apocalypse Now Now by Charlie Human (Random House)
419 by Will Ferguson (Head of Zeus)
The Black Guard by A.J. Smith (Head of Zeus)
What Lies Within by Tom Vowler (Headline)
Black Irish by Stephan Talty (Headline)
Witness the Dead by Craig Robertson (Simon & Schuster)
My Husband Next Door by Catherine Alliott (Penguin)
When the World Was Flat (And We Were in Love) by Ingrid Jonach (Strange Chemistry)
Forsaken by Jana Oliver
Showcase Sunday is hosted by Books, Biscuits & Tea.
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Hah someone was adding the UK edition of The Rookery onto Goodreads same time as me and just pipped me to the post on clicking save.Follow
Today he would become a god. His mother had told him so. The opening line may seem like something any mother would tell her son, but in the case of Serapio, his mother truly believes he will become the Crow God reborn. She blinds him,…
The day Bree gets accepted into an early college placement at UNC, is the day her mother dies. The last words they spoke were of anger. Unable to deal with her dad’s grief on top of her own, Bree goes ahead with the placement. Once…
Alex Stern does not belong at Yale. When she awakes as the sole survivor of a multiple homicide, presumed a drug deal gone wrong, she is given an unlikely offer. Come to Yale, join the House of Lethe and oversee the rituals of the other…
A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor
Just let me dust off this blog thing, I have a review for you! One of my anticipated reads released during lockdown was the follow-up to An Absolutely Remarkable Thing. If you read that, of course will will be dying to know what happened to…