During March, I read:
Nine of the fourteen novels I had planned to plus two more Agatha Christie audiobooks.
Death on the Nile is a great story, but unfortunately some of David Suchet’s narration is a little uneven: most of his characters are great but his Colonel Race is a bit farcical.
Cat Among The Pigeons is a good story, with great narration from Hugh Fraser, but I’d forgotten that Poirot doesn’t actually turn up until nearly three-quarters of the way through! Fortunately the other characters and the plot keep it ticking over nicely.
- My first ever Blog Tour stop for The Sandman by Lars Kepler.
- The non-fiction debut by Emma Rowley, Where The Missing Go.
- The creepy The Bone Keeper by Luca Veste.
- The latest page-turner from K.L. Slater, The Visitor.
- One more of my must reads of 2018, Daniel Cole’s Hangman – and it was brilliant!
- The impressive Doll Face by Dylan H. Jones.
- Hall of Mirrors, the latest Bryant & May novel by Christopher Fowler – one of the series I wanted to get back to in 2018. I’ll be posting my review on 6 April as part of the Blog Tour.
- The Darkness by Ragnar Jónasson, my first by him, but not my last.
- Tell Me I’m Wrong by Adam Croft, ditto!
I also started a new series, Putting a Face to the Name and had a lot of fun discussing how I imagine the characters in some of my favourite books.