It’s Book Blog Tuesday, So Here, Have Some Novels

There are currently sixteen pictures of books in my Google Drive folder, which is how I organise my upcoming blog posts. If I blog one per week it will therefore take me sixteen weeks to complete the posts, but I also have other books on my TBR list so by that point I’ll still be behind and then it will just keep spiralling on forever.

So I’m going to smush a few together in a post for today, and only save a couple for their own special featured posts.  Continue reading “It’s Book Blog Tuesday, So Here, Have Some Novels”


Burned and Broken by Mark Hardie

Let me preface this review by saying it’s difficult to read almost anything when you’ve just read an absolutely amazing, life-changing, world-shattering book like Cabré’s Confessions, which I read directly before reading this one.

Burned and Broken by Mark Hardie is your run-of-the-mill crime novel: a vulnerable young woman, a tired and cynical policeman, a female DC who in some ways keeps him going, a case that involves a dead child and a dead policeman.

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Book Haul: Crime, Suspense and Coming-Of-Age Tales

Last week’s reading list went like this

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