I welcomed four titles into my home this fortnight:
The Red House by Emily Winslow
I was captivated by Winslow’s previous literary crime thriller set in Cambridge featuring detectives Frohmann and Keene, The Start of Everything, so am eager to see what mysteries they unravel in this latest release The Red House. Review copy courtesy Allison & Busby.
Lucky Alan, and Other Stories by Jonathan Lethem
I enjoy short stories, nothing better for bedtime reading. I’ve heard great things about Lethem’s previous collections so am looking forward to diving into this, his latest release. Review copy courtesy of Doubleday.
What Is The Business of Literature? by Richard Nash
I really want to incorporate more non-fiction into my leisure reading and this opinion piece / long essay from Nash sounds right up my alley (free ebook).
The Void by Timothy S Johnston
Having read Johnston’s action-packed science fiction novels The Furnace and The Freezer, cannot wait to find out what mortal danger his endearing hero faces in this third title in The Tanner Sequence set for release on 30 March 2015. Review copy courtesy of author.
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