Category Archives: Christos Tsiolkas (Aus)

Review: BARRACUDA by Christos Tsiolkas

Having struggled my way through the author’s previous book twice I approached BARRACUDA with more than a little trepidation but it only took me a few pages to realise it was a book I could lose myself in So I … Continue reading

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On second thoughts…

…I still don’t like THE SLAP. I’m sure I have been asked several dozen times at least in my 44 years some variation of “how can you read so much crime fiction…isn’t it depressing and full of horrible murderers?“. From … Continue reading

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February didn’t make me shiver

One of my goals when starting this blog was to prompt me to write something about every book I read in the hope that I would remember them more clearly (I choose to believe my failing memory is due to … Continue reading

Posted in Charles Todd, Christos Tsiolkas (Aus), Dick Francis, Helene Tursten, M.J. McGrath, mini review | 19 Comments