Category Archives: Mette Ivie Harrison

Books of the month: June 2015

Pick of the month We’re all going to politely ignore the fact I never bothered to wrap up my monthly reading for May aren’t we? Not that my reading quantity was much better in June. I’m blaming Leif G.W. Persson’s … Continue reading

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Review: THE BISHOP’S WIFE by Mette Ivie Harrison

In the acknowledgements at the back of THE BISHOP’S WIFE the author recounts that she was surprised that Soho, an imprint most closely identified with international crime, chose to publish this novel but that the editor explained “It’s like Mormons … Continue reading

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