Hello and greetings from London. I trust all is well in your world. Snap, by British author Belinda Bauer is classified as a crime novel and in theory is it. But it is a crime novel with a difference.
I dug this book off my shelf recently and I was glad I did. Then again, I am a big Michael Connolly fan!
Greetings from London! Where did that super hot summer go? Autumn now seems to be looming very quickly! However it’s the perfect time to do more reading! It’s what the long dark evenings are made for!
Greetings from London! I trust your summer is going well! Or for my followers in the southern hemisphere, spring is just around the corner…
It’s the summer of 1972 in the rough neighbourhood of Washington DC. Three white teenagers decide to drive through a traditional black neighbourhood dubbed ‘Heathrow Heights’ for want of anything else to do, to kick up a little dust. And this they manage to do up until a point. Only, this being a George PelecanosContinue reading “George Pelecanos – The Turnaround, A Book Review”
Those of you who are familiar with the writer John Harvey will know about the character Charlie Resnick. He features in several John Harvey books, Cold in Hand being no exception.
Happy 2018 – Gosh where did 2017 go? Let’s hope the NEW YEAR is starting with a bang for you! While I am on the subject of starting January 2018 with a bang, here is my favourite Martina Cole book. Yes, that British crime writer who started her career 26 years ago with the bestsellingContinue reading “Goodnight Lady, Martina Cole – A Book Review”
This was an interesting and altogether curious read. Although I have heard of the author Sharon Bolton for sometime this is the first book I have read.
I have just finished reading Cold Granite, a novel by the Scottish writer Stuart MacBride. You know the sort of scenario for us writer types. You have just finished reading one book and are looking for your next great read…
You don’t need me to tell you who this writer of crime fiction is. She is Martina Cole, who shot to fame in 1992 with her debut novel Dangerous Lady. Martina Cole’s books are