No idea whatsoever how or why, but WHERE THE DEVIL CAN'T GO by Anya Lipska wafted into my somewhat dodgy attention span recently, and I started reading it immediately. As in read the sample, bought the ebook and read it as soon as it downloaded.
Obviously when you're a young ex-con you would restart your life outside using the skills that you learnt in jail. It made enormous sense that young ex-con Brendan Lavin would start a bakery under those circumstances.
Penguin Green Classics have provided an excellent opportunity to read, collect and revisit classic crime fiction titles. In the case of LADY AUDLEY'S SECRET, readers get an opportunity to return to a book from the Victorian era.
Bitter Wash Road is the latest police procedural from Garry Disher. Introducing a new protagonist, and set in the isolated South Australian wheatbelt, this is a book that delves deep into corruption, influence and power.
The latest from the Miss Fisher series, which dovetailed nicely with Friday night appointment viewing (which is no mean feat given Friday night happy hour at the local is a very important event in these parts...)
I'm not sure if the author's bio is a hint to what is coming in this book, or the book is a hint about the author's bio. Either way I'm not quite 50% of the way in and already laughing. Which I hope is the right reaction...