I haven't done a book haul post in a while and that's because I haven't really done any major hauls, however, I did buy a few books last month so I thought I'd do a post to show you what I've bought (even though I shouldn't have), plus I'm adding a bonus gift book I … Continue reading My latest book haul!
Welcome to the non-fiction edition of my TBR posts! As I was looking through my next 10 books for this week's declutter, I noticed that they were ALL true crime books. Actually, the next 13 books books were true crime... so I've decided to do all 13 in one go! Prepare yourself for a long … Continue reading TBR Declutter! – Down the TBR Hole #24 – The True Crime edition!
Synopsis: "On the Saturday morning of January 9, 1993, while Jean-Claude Romand was killing his wife and children, I was with mine in a parent-teacher meeting." So Emmanuel Carrere, acclaimed master of psychological suspense, begins this riveting tale of unfathomable deception. Who could have imagined Romand as a murderer? He was, after all, a noted … Continue reading Review: The Adversary by Emmanuel Carrère
Welcome back to my latest Top Ten Tuesday post! This week was all about mum's because it was Mother's Day out in the US on the 14th! This week we have a very special guest on my blog... my mum! (That's me and her in the illustration hehe). For the post this week, mum has … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: my mum’s favourite books
A couple of non-fic reads found this week, plus a new novel from Paul Pen, author of The Light of the Fireflies, which I loved! Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust by Immaculée Ilibagiza, Steve Erwin Synopsis: Immaculee Ilibagiza grew up in a country she loved, surrounded by a family she cherished. But in 1994 … Continue reading Friday Finds | 5th – 12th May
Continuing this excellent idea of decluttering my tbr list, thanks to Lia @ Lost in a Story for the inspiration and creating the Down the TBR Hole weekly / bi-weekly post idea. In case you want to get rid of some of your hefty tbr list, here is what you do: Go to your goodreads to-read … Continue reading TBR Declutter! – Down the TBR Hole #2
As you may have noticed from the other reviews, this book is not a retelling of a serial killer's crimes, how he did them, how he got away for so long, and eventually, how he got caught. This is much more about a (platonic) relationship between journalist and killer. Rowe is a journalist who becomes … Continue reading Review: The Spider and the Fly by Claudia Rowe