Tag Archives: Boris Akunin

Book of the Month: November 2017

It is the penultimate monthly round up and whilst I didn’t clock in as many reads as fellow blogger, Mysteries Ahoy! (18 books!!), I did manage 15; a number of which I got for my birthday. This post will now … Continue reading

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All the World’s a Stage (2017) by Boris Akunin

Source: Review Copy (Weidnfeld & Nicolson) Regular readers of the blog will know that an author I often recommend to people is Boris Akunin. I came across his work a number of years ago, taking a chance on his first … Continue reading

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Mystery Fiction to Look Out For in 2017

Having a passing interest in reading and crime fiction in particular I’m often looking ahead to what will be coming out soon. Amazon has definitely been very helpful in this and it is from this website that I have based … Continue reading

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Tuesday Night Bloggers: War Mysteries

A couple of weeks ago I did a post for Remembrance Sunday which looked at First World War set mystery novels and a lot of interesting ideas and recommendations were brought up – so thanks for that! For the Tuesday … Continue reading

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My 100th Post!!!

I was quite surprised when a few days ago I realised I was nearing my 100th post. Since starting my blog in June, it seems I have reviewed 67 novels, 1 play, 4 books about detective fiction and 4 crime … Continue reading

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