Author of the Month is David Fennell and the start of a new series featuring DI Grace Archer, DS Harry Quinn in The Art of Death. Someone is putting up bizarre art installations around London. They 'pop-up' overnight - the only thing is that these glass cases don't hold sculptures, but dead people who have been chosen by the artist @nonymous to be part of his artwork project. @nonymous promises more 'pop-up' art to come, but Grace and Quinn need to make sure this demented artist's creative juices are curbed once and for all. This is a really white-knuckle ride and one you will have to read in one go!
Fresh Blood changes to The Sanatorium by Sarah Pearse. A new hotel has opened up high in the Swiss mountains. Elin and her partner, Will have gone up to see her estranged brother who has announced his engagement. But the hotel is soon cut off by an avalanche and they are trapped. It wouldn't be so bad, except there is a maniac loose in the hotel, killing people. Struggling with her own demons, Elin tries to find out what is going on. Does it have anything to do with the fact that the hotel was once a sanatorium? This is a great thriller that many of us reviewers enjoyed and were very happy to make our new Fresh Blood.
Reviews this month includes Danuta Kot, M.J. Lee, Lynda La Plante, Alex Gray, Neil Broadfoot and others..
Events show a plethora of reviews of Agatha Christie novels I have loved for decades, ones I have re-visited and others I have a new-found appreciation for. I have read more Christie this year than any other for decades. I gobbled up all of Christieís books as a teen, some stayed with me while others didnít quite leave as much of an impression. That is the joy of coming back to a book and with older eyes seeing where Christie was coming from, the nuances of her writing and realise that Christie was quite the chronicler during her fifty-six years of writing.
I am currently compiling a Top Ten of books that are recently out or to be released soon that we have enjoyed/looking forward to in the coming months. This will be online soon.
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