Category Archives: Jo Bannister

Books of the month: December 2016

For the sake of completeness a quick end-of-month post amidst the year-end ramblings Pick of the month I read 8 books and a short story during December which is right around my average monthly number for the year. There is … Continue reading

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Review: DEADLY VIRTUES by Jo Bannister

I was surprised to see a new release by Jo Bannister at my local library. I used to devour her books – the Brodie Farrell series in particular though I think I’ve read most of the others as well – … Continue reading

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Crime Fiction Alphabet – R is for Reflections

This week my contribution to the Crime Fiction Alphabet will discuss a book I really enjoy by a crime writer I rarely see discussed in crime fiction circles. Reflections is the third of Jo Bannister’s Brodie Farrell series and was … Continue reading

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