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.
The Lockdown Diary of Tom Cooper is a very humorous take on a strange time in all our lives.
The Wrong Sort to Die is an exciting mystery that brims with social history and features a brilliant, nuanced heroine.
The Coral Bride is an absorbing and intense literary crime novel.
Seven Kinds of People You Find in Bookshops is a short, funny treat.
Good intentions etc. etc.
The Exiles is a shocking, yet inspiring and highly readable account of the experiences of women who were transported to Australia in the nineteenth century.