Hosted by Lipsy Lost & Found, This Week In Books is a weekly Wednesday post covering what you have read recently, what you are currently reading and what you will be reading next.
In the last couple of weeks, I have read:
Murder in Mesopotamia by Agatha Christie on audiobook. A new narrator for me this time: Anna Massey – she has a wonderful voice but it did take me a while to get used to her Poirot, but eventually I found it quite hypnotic!
I was on the Blog Tour for the surprising and gripping Beautiful Liars by Isabel Ashdown.
I loved the tricksy debut from Chris McGeorge, Guess Who.
Another thrilling debut was Now You See by Max Manning.
And, completing my hat-trick of debuts, was the light-hearted Catfished by Stella Bixby.
Actually, I think Block 46 might also be Johana Gustawsson’s solo debut which is very impressive but even that great book was beaten for me by her second: the incredible and mighty Keeper, which I will probably be recommending to everyone I meet for a while yet.
I am currently reading:
The Craftsman by Sharon Bolton. Eep, one of my faves and satisfyingly creepy so far!
After the Funeral by Agatha Christie, from Audible.
Next on my #TBR pile:
In one order or another…
How about you? What are you reading?
2 thoughts on “#TWIB This Week in Books – 25 April 2018”
I’m SO jealous of “The Craftsman”. It is at the very top of my wish list, but have not been able to procure a digital ARC anywhere. Perhaps because I live in Canada????
Oh no! Has it got a different release date over there? Not long to go now though, and it’s really good! x