LONDON CALLING by James Craig

I’m always honest about the books I read. If this blog seems surprisingly positive, it is because I try my best to see the best in the books I read. With that said, I do…

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Something different

First of all I feel like I owe my readers a gigantic apology… it has been far too long since I posted! I have been waging an internal battle with myself over my reading habits,…

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THE BLOOD SPILT by Asa Larsson

I must apologise for my lack of posting lately; my personal life has been fairly hectic and I have also been in the unfortunate situation of reading a book that didn’t really grab me. This…

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UNSEEN by Mari Jungstedt

Far out, Scandinavian crime month is brilliant! Unseen, had I not read The Ice Princess first, would probably have been my favourite book of 2011, but it is sitting solidly in second spot. This was…

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LITTLE GIRL LOST by Brian McGilloway

As I’m sure I’m about to learn with my month of reading Scandinavian crime, there is something dreadfully yet delightfully chilling about a winter crime. It’s below freezing outside, there are tracks in the snow……

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