Absolutely cannot wait to read this. My hand hovered over it in Waterstones last night! Thanks for the reviews ladies.
I'm definately in again this year, please. Love being in the book circle.
I started the month with Minding by Chris Paling as I promised it to Bernie aaaages ago. Totally totally different to Nimrod's Shadow by the same author (which I loved!) but still superbly written and a book that really made me think.
I then carried on with the 44 Scotland Street series with The Importance Of Being Seven by Alexander McCall ...
I have that one too, Bernie. Mildly offensive it is too.
I finished Miss Julia Takes Over by Ann B Ross. LOVED IT!! Will be passing this to its next temporary home very soon (Alison44!!!)
Next up is The Italian Wedding by Nicky Pellegrino.
Good news! just finished another one and ordered another 2. So this one's off to Lisa next week.
Ooh fabby I should have quite a collection for Nat when I next see her - including others books that is! Nice to know they are ...
The Roots of Betrayal (James Forrester) was a very good read overall, if a bit gory at times! There were some neat twists to the plot and some of the action scenes had me holding my breath.
Now I think I'll stick with the crime theme but zoom forward by about 450 years with Crooked Letter, ...
I have the ones that Lisa has passed to me and I'm passing them to Alison(44)!
To a friend - Instructions For A Heatwave by Maggie O'Farrell.
I tried to give my mum some Barbara Erskine books this morning but she wasn't sure whether they'd scare her. She's very sensitive!! [/quote]
So am I Natalie - I often have dreams/nightmares about the books I'm reading! - but although they feature ...