Murder Under the Christmas Tree was one of those titles I couldn’t resist on what turned out to be my last trip to Waterstone’s in Norwich. It occurs to me that crime stories are quite a favourite for author specials
Moonflower Murders is the second Susan Ryeland Murder Mystery from Anthony Horowitz. I’ve tried not to get too involved with Mr Horowitz’s many series, although I will read the MG one sometimes. There are also James Bond novels and other
The Body in the Snow by Christoph Fischer was the last book I read in 2018, giving me the major achievement of completing my Mount TBR target of 36 books. I’ve missed this by two in the last two years.
The Mystery of Three Quarters is a new Hercule Poirot Mystery from Sophie Hannah, published on 23rd August. I’m very grateful to the publishers HarperCollins (HarperFiction) and to Net-Galley for a pre-release review copy. As you know I’ve already read
This was a free paperback from Penguin, the publishers, because Bruce Gargoyle won it! They were only sending it to UK addresses, and Bruce very kindly nominated me to receive it. I’m glad he did. The Blurb The fantastic new mystery
Picking up The Janus Stone was such a relief – I was reading natural English with a sense of place that made me feel fully at home again. It was after the Victorian style of The Princess and Curdie and
This is a very funny book. I got it from Smashwords (probably on special offer) some time ago, maybe even three years now, because I read the excerpt and thought “This sounds good”. It’s pretty much a cosy mystery, although Becca
Cornelius Quaint has arrived with his circus in Victorian London. The mysterious Mr Reynolds appears to be working for the evil Bishop, setting up a series of murders to rid an area of its inhabitants to suit the Bishop’s plans