Category Archives: Inger Ash Wolfe

I’ve (virtually) climbed Mount Logan

I’m prepared to accept that reading 13 books is not quite as rigorous a challenge as climbing the highest mountain in Canada, and I’m sure it was a lot more fun but the stages of the Canadian Book Challenge #4 … Continue reading

Posted in Canada, Catherine Hunter, Dick Francis, Gail Bowen, Giles Blunt, Inger Ash Wolfe, list, Louise Penny, Margaret Atwood, Mary Jane Maffini, memes and challenges, Michael Van Rooy, Robin Spano, Stef Penney, Vicki Delany, William Deverell | 6 Comments

Books of the Month – October 2010

That Was Then I finished another 15 books during October (a couple of reviews still to come). Although I didn’t have any 5-star reads it was a high quality month with nothing rating below a 3. My pick of the … Continue reading

Posted in Ann Cleeves, Arnaldur Indriðason, books of the month, Catherine Hunter, charts, charts, charts, Inger Ash Wolfe, Jo Nesbø, Kwei Quartey, Linwood Barclay, Martin Edwards, Robert Engwerda (Aus), Robin Spano, Shuichi Yoshida, Vicki Delany | 8 Comments

Review: The Taken by Inger Ash Wolfe

This is the fifth book for my Canadian Book Challenge and is the second novel from an author whose use of a pseudonym has caused more discussion than the books in some quarters. I’m happy to read the books, whoever … Continue reading

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Review: The Calling by Inger Ash Wolfe

Title: The Calling Author: Inger Ash Wolfe Publisher: Corgi [2008] ISBN: 978-0-552-15685-1 Legnth: 512 pages I bought the Calling a few months ago ago after reading an article about new Canadian crime fiction I should be looking out for. I … Continue reading

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