Books read this month
- Missing Pieces – Heather Gudenkauf. I didn’t actually share my review of this on the blog but you can find my Goodreads review here
- Six Stories – Matt Wesolowski
- Deadly Game – Matt Johnson
- Black and Blue – Ian Rankin
- The Escape – C.L. Taylor
- Blood Tide – Claire McGowan
- Rome is Where the Heart is – Tilly Tennant
During March I also shared a Q&A with Mary Torjussen, author of Gone Without A Trace (which is patiently waiting on the TBR!)
My favourite book of March
Well for the second consecutive month, it’s a book brought to us by Orenda Books! It’s the fabulous Six Stories because I’ve not read a book like it. Told through six podcasts, it gives a different take on the 1 investigation into the disappearance and death of teenager, Tom Jeffries back in 1997.
Six Stories is so chilling and Scarclaw Fell is one creepy location!
The unravelling of the events leading up to Tom’s disappearance is fantastically plotted out with depth and fear! I cannot believe that this is a debut.
Oslo detectives Gunnarstranda and Frølich are back … and this time, it’s personal… When the body of a woman turns up in a dumpster, scalded and wrapped in plastic, Inspector Frank Frølich is shocked to discover that he knows her … and their recent meetings may hold the clue to her murder. As he ponders the tragic events surrounding her death, Frølich’s colleague Gunnarstranda investigates a disturbingly similar cold case involving the murder of a young girl in northern Norway and Frølich is forced to look into his own past to find the answers – and the killer – before he strikes again. Dark, brooding and utterly chilling, Faithless is a breath-taking and atmospheric page-turner that marks the return of an internationally renowned and award-winning series, from one of the fathers of Nordic Noir.
Thanks for reading, have a great April!