August Wrap Up / September TBR

So, somehow it’s September?? This year is whizzing by, isn’t it? I have had a cracking string of reads through August, I’m so glad these brilliant books have found their way to me and they are quite a varied bunch: Never Greener by Ruth Jones The Rules of Seeing by Joe Heap The Mystery of […]

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Review: The Mystery of Three-Quarters by Sophie Hannah

Published 23rd August 2018 by HarperCollins / 400 pages Opening sentence: “Hercule Poirot smiled to himself as his driver brought the motorcar to a stop with satisfying symmetry.” Sophie Hannah is a successful crime writer who, since 2014 (with permission from the Christie estate), has been writing new Hercule Poirot stories in the voice of […]

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July Wrap Up / August TBR

I had a little reading blip in the middle of July, starting a few books and not feeling them, so kind of languishing for a few days, but the pull of a muchly anticipated read certainly helped me get over this. When an email popped into my inbox saying a copy of the new Sophie […]

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WWW Wednesday: 25th July 2018

This week I’m trying something new. I’ve seen the WWW Wednesday reading meme on quite a few of the fab blogs I follow and love having a nosy at what other people are reading so thought I’d give it a go! Hosted by Sam from Taking on a World of Words, if you’d also like […]

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Review: Closed Casket by Sophie Hannah

Closed Casket by Sophie Hannah Opening sentence: “Michael Gathercole stared at the closed door in front of him and tried to persuade himself that now was the moment to knock, as the aged grandfather clock in the hall downstairs stuttered its announcement of the hour.” I am a big fan of Agatha Christie (can you […]

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