Career of Evil

Career of Evil

I had the great pleasure a few weeks ago of reading the third in the Cormoran Strike series by Robert Galbraith (aka JK Rowling). Having…

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The Lake House

The Lake House

The Lake House is Kate Morton’s latest wonderful piece of completely escapist fiction. Having previously enjoyed and blogged on her work I had been looking…

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Four great holiday paperbacks

Four great holiday paperbacks

Last month I had a lovely week’s holiday in the French countryside and spent much of it lying by the pool glancing up at the…

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The Cellar

The Cellar

Reading every book that Minette Walters writes is part of my addiction to crime fiction (see my previous blogs on crime fiction, Ian Rankin, In…

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The Girl on a Train

The Girl on a Train

I saw The Girl on a Train by Paula Hawkins whilst appropriately browsing in a bookshop in Waterloo station on my way home on my…

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Robert Galbraith

Robert Galbraith

Having read and enjoyed The Casual Vacancy by JK Rowling last year I thought my holiday in Egypt was time to give her two detective…

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In a dry season

In a dry season

My mum knows that I love both crime fiction and reading about life in the Second World War, so for my birthday she bought me…

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Reading the Nile

Reading the Nile

I’m not long back from the best holiday I’ve ever had – a wonderful Nile Cruise. Having researched what looked like good books to read…

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Ian Rankin

Ian Rankin

I have an addiction to crime fiction and one of my favourite crime writers is Ian Rankin. I’ve had the pleasure of reading two of his…

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The Killing

The Killing

I have an addiction to crime fiction which has only been made worse recently thanks to some amazingly good TV from Denmark. Along with much…

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