The Figure in the Photograph features an intriguing premise and interesting history references, but is unfortunately let down by the author's writing style.
Antigone Rising is a wide-ranging treatise that demonstrates the power, nature and uses of stories and provides grounds for optimism.
Into Darkness is an incredibly timely, pacey thriller full of surprises and intrigue, featuring a smart and determined detective.
A Theatre for Dreamers is a highly transportive novel that makes important points about human nature and women's subjugation and exposes the dark side of the bohemian dream.
A Very English Murder is a warm and inviting murder mystery that keeps you turning the pages with intrigue, interesting characters, vivid scenes and humour.
No, I don't have more time to read.
The Address Book is truly fascinating and wide-ranging. Not only did I learn a huge amount, but it made me think a lot more about where addresses come from, how they're used, and how they can generate conflict and controversy.
Mortmain Hall is a smart and intriguing Golden Age mystery.
Rage and Retribution is a solid page-turner that keeps you guessing.
HOW many books?