2020 has finally gone, but it would be remiss not to give a shout-out to all the books that kept me entertained in its final month.
2020 has been a year to forget for obvious reasons, but at least I read a lot of good books.
Delayed Rays of a Star is a rich and thorough examination of the price of fame for three non-traditional women who strove for success in the unforgiving world of film.
Loving Modigliani is imaginative, poignant and intriguing.
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The Stone Diaries is a rich, wise and darkly humorous novel that shows how the quietest people have the richest inner lives.
But what am I going to blog about in December?
Crime and Justice is a gripping and thought-provoking page-turner.
Rough Country is another timely, vivid crime novel from an author who is rapidly becoming one to watch.
Six Feet Under is a quick, intriguing mystery with warm, down-to-earth characters.