So many five-star reads! I hope this is what the rest of this year is going to be like.
Two Wrongs is vivid and compelling, with interesting and complex characters.
The Shape of Darkness is breathtaking, fascinating and achingly poignant.
The Boy from Boskovice is a fascinating, moving and devastating biography that powerfully demonstrates how no man is an island.
Exit is amazing: I laughed, I was moved, and I was pleasantly bamboozled as Bauer continually upped the ante with the twists, turns and farce.
Silent Graves is a well-written and enjoyable police procedural with a likeable, compassionate main character.
It's my stop on the Forgotten Lives blog tour. Find out about the book and the author, and read an excerpt.
The Dark Room is a clever, intriguing and atmospheric thriller.
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.