Category Archives: Stef Penney

Books of the Month – September 2011

After a bit of a slump during August I seemed to find my reading mojo again in September, getting through a reasonable number of books and, more importantly, finding many of them to be outstanding. In the end I gave … Continue reading

Posted in Arne Dahl, Asa Larsson, books of the month, Catherine O'Flynn, Christopher Currie (Aus), Garry Disher (Aus), Gianrico Carofiglio, Gordon W. Dale, Helen Fitzgerald (Aus), Helene Tursten, list, Rosamund Lupton, Stef Penney, Unity Dow | 9 Comments

Review: The Invisible Ones by Stef Penney

In 1980’s England private investigator Ray Lovell is hired by Leon Wood to find his daughter Rose, a young gypsy woman who he hasn’t seen for six years. Not since she married Ivo Janko, had a child and then, seemingly, … Continue reading

Posted in book review, England, Stef Penney | 13 Comments

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

Review: The Tenderness of Wolves by Stef Penney

I chose this as the second book to count towards the Canadian Book Challenge #4 In 1867 in the small Canadian town of Caulfield a French trapper Laurent Jammet, is murdered. His body is discovered by a neighbour, Mrs Ross, … Continue reading

Posted in book review, Canada, Canadian Book Challenge #4, 2010-11, Stef Penney | 15 Comments