Category Archives: Simon Lelic

Halfway Down the Stairs

OK the title really doesn’t have any relevance as this is a post about being half way through the reading year and reflecting on my favourite books so far. But I never think of the word halfway without remembering my favourite … Continue reading

Posted in A A Milne, Ariana Franklin, Arnaldur Indriðason, Belinda Bauer, books of the year, Johan Theorin, list, Reginald Hill, S J Bolton, Shona MacLean, Simon Lelic, Sue Grafton | 3 Comments

Books of the Month – May 2010

That was then I finished 15 books in May and, thankfully, had no DNFs (though I might have done had I not been too warm and lazy to get out bed and find a book other than this one). Only … Continue reading

Posted in books of the month, Dominique Manotti, Elly Griffiths, Imogen Robertson, Johan Theorin, Paco Ignacio Taibo II, Petros Markaris, Reginald Hill, Rob Kitchin, Shona MacLean, Simon Lelic, Yrsa Sigurdardottir | 7 Comments

Review: A Thousand Cuts by Simon Lelic

I read this book because Maxine told me to (and even sent me her copy because she is so lovely). I have learned (the hard way) to listen to her and only to her 🙂 As the book opens we … Continue reading

Posted in book review, England, Simon Lelic | 10 Comments

Books of the month – April 2010

In an effort to make my end of year selection of best reads a little easier I have decided to sum up each month’s bookishness here at the blog. Most people would have started in January but I’ve never been … Continue reading

Posted in Arnaldur Indriðason, books of the month, Deon Meyer, Leif Davidsen, Luis Miguel Rocha, Malla Nunn (Aus), Margot Kinberg, Matt Beynon Rees, Michele Giuttari, Shona MacLean, Simon Lelic | 3 Comments