33: The Clocks – Agatha Christie

Book 33/52 – The Clocks, Agatha Christie (1963). 50p from a teeny little book shop near the Bristol Royal Infirmary.  I was actually en route to the library when I spotted this cute little book shop – all kinds of different books, old and new, there was cake, and they sold me this 1 for 50p! I mean, the pages were falling out, but it … Continue reading 33: The Clocks – Agatha Christie

32: And Then There Were None – Agatha Christie

Book 32/52 – And Then There Were None, Agatha Christie (1939). Borrowed from the new room-mate. I’ve been reading a LOT of crime lately. My next review will probably be another Agatha Christie, but after that I promise to try another category. Any suggestions? Let me know in the comments below if you have any good recommendations. I suspect it’s probably because I like a … Continue reading 32: And Then There Were None – Agatha Christie

30 & 31: Part 2-3 Millennium Series – Stieg Larsson

Books 30 & 31/52 – The Girl Who Played with Fire & The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest, Stieg Larsson (2007). Bristol Library & work purchase. I feel like I kind of have to review both of these 2 books together as they basically come as a package. It is almost like Larsson wrote these as 1 story, then needed a prequel to set … Continue reading 30 & 31: Part 2-3 Millennium Series – Stieg Larsson

28: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo – Stieg Larsson

Book 28/52 – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Stieg Larsson (2005). Book sale at work. Hello all. I’m feeling a little more settled in the new flat now, so I’m trying to get the blog back up and straight. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is a book series (proper name the Millenium series) that I have always meant to get into. I haven’t … Continue reading 28: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo – Stieg Larsson

27: The Beautiful Dead – Belinda Bauer

Book 27/52 – The Beautiful Dead, Belinda Bauer (2016). The Works, Swindon Outlet – Any 3 for £5. Trip to Devon on the cards for this weekend guys. It’s my gran’s birthday so am heading down to see the folks. It should be nice, I am hoping the weather will be good too – can’t wait to get back to the beach. I always love … Continue reading 27: The Beautiful Dead – Belinda Bauer

Satellite People: Hans Olav Lahlum 

I have been spending a lot of time in the local library of late. It is such a beautiful place, and the wifi is marginally more reliable than in my flat. This week I noticed a ‘recent additions’ section and spotted Satellite People. I love a good crime novel. I also spend rather a lot of time watching Poirot and Midsomer Murders, in case you had … Continue reading Satellite People: Hans Olav Lahlum