I have just finished reading this one and I am blown away by how extraordinary it was?! I have never read a book with such an unreliable narrator before. Full of diversions and red herrings, this Japanese psychological thriller will have you wondering what to believe, and what not to believe, the whole way through!Read More »
This is the third book in the Grant County series by Karin Slaughter. We catch up with Sara, Jeffrey and Lena and of course there’s a death in town.
I’ve read this book before and loved it back then, as much as now. It’s not the best in the series, but that in no way detracts from the awesomeness of Sara and Jeffrey’s case solving skills. Karin writes this like the rest of her books, with suspense, gore and mystery. It isn’t for the faint hearted – like nearly all her books – they are graphic and bloody. 🙂Read More »
The Craftsman by Sharon Bolton is fantastic! I thoroughly enjoyed this book. At first glance, this doesn’t look like my kind of thing – with witches and dark magic in the blurb. However, the way this is written makes this more believable than anything I’ve read of this genre for a little while.
No one was getting out of a Larry Glassbrook casket once they were shut inside. In fairness, very few people tried.
Florence ‘Flossie’ Lovelady is a fresh-out-of-the-academy police officer, new to the area of Sabden, and new to the male-orientated Sadben police force. It’s 1969, and someone is murdering teenagers and burying them in caskets in cemetaries. Larry Glassbrook subsequently confesses and is sent to prison until his death 30 years later.Read More »