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.
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.