Posts from the ‘Mysteries’ Category

Book review: Something in the Water

Something in the water

Something in the Water

by Catherine Steadman
Random House/Ballantine
6/5/2018

Genre: Mystery/Thriller
Pages: 352
Goodreads

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It is sometimes worth it to follow the hype and jump blindly into the first work of an author. I’m so glad I decided to try Something in the Water. From the get go, the book grabs you. It opens on a very satisfying Gothic scene: a woman is digging a grave to bury a man.

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Book review: Resurrection Bay

Resurrection Bay

Resurrection Bay

by  Emma Viskic
Penguin Random House/Pushkin Vertigo
4/3/2018

Genre: Mystery / Crime
Pages: 288
Goodreads

Author’s website

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Resurrection Bay is a mystery with a very unique characteristic for its main hero.
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The top 6 books to read in June

Here are

The top 6 books

I plan to read in June!

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CURRENTLY READING

          Elder Sebastian  Conan Doyle for the Defense

Elder Sebastian of Optina
= I really enjoy the Fathers of Optina,
and a friend lent me this volume of the series
Conan Doyle for The Defense
= fabulous nonfiction on how Conan Doyle
used Sherlock Holmes’ gift
to investigate a famous case in real life!

READING NEXT

Romanov Empress   Le voyage d'Octavio

The Romanov Empress
= I should finally be able to read it this month,
always looking forward to a new novel by CW Gortner
Le voyage d’Octavio
= French novel on my TBR

CURRENT AND NEXT AUDIOBOOKS

      Sans feu ni lieu  Whose Body

Sans feu ni lieu
= the last of this short series by Fred Vargas, almost done
Whose Body?
= finally time to discover this author!

Eiffel Tower Orange

HAVE YOU READ
OR ARE YOU PLANNING TO READ
ANY OF THESE?
WHAT ARE YOUR READING PLANS FOR JUNE?

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