Monthly Round-Up: January 2021

So I thought I'd try to introduce a monthly round up of my reading onto the blog. Aiming to get it posted on the first Wednesday of each month, reviewing my reading and blogging the previous month. Reading Round-Up With the unexpected return to lockdown I had high hopes of reading more... but with an… Continue reading Monthly Round-Up: January 2021

Moonflower Murders, Anthony Horowitz

Anthony Horowitz... creator of Alex Rider and Christopher Foyle, writer for Midsomer Murders from its inception, trusted with the legacy of Sherlock Holmes and James Bond. If you were ever looking for a safe pair of hands for a light-hearted, entertaining detective novel, Anthony Horowitz is it! His two recent (currently unconnected but very similar)… Continue reading Moonflower Murders, Anthony Horowitz

The Word Is Murder, Anthony Horowitz

Sometimes you want to like a book just so damn much that it feels like you're the failure when you end up not liking it. So it was for me with this novel. Now there is no doubt that Horowitz can plot a cracking crime story: Midsomer Murders, Foyle's War, Magpie Murders are all testimony… Continue reading The Word Is Murder, Anthony Horowitz