What I'm Reading
30/3/2020 0 Comments
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The final part of this wonderful trilogy opens with the beheading of Anne Boleyn. Ah, Cromwell. Welcome back, my old friend.
Almost gothic, the house by the lake should be tranquil and picturesque, but it isn't.
A unusual and clever psychological study where the protagonist is also the antagonist. But does he realise this?
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When the in-laws outstay their welcome. A simple story, simply told. A nightmare.
The Historian is an elegant masterpiece, mixing folklore with history, gothic terror and classic literature.
The 27th book about psychologist and detective Alex Cross. About time I had a look.
A haunting story of life and death, beginnings and endings, and a unique landscape.
Spooky, gothic, atmospheric.
A woman goes through a break-up via the shopping list pinned to her fridge. Unusual concept.
Imagine you could go back in time but had to return before your coffee gets cold. Fascinating concept.
A disturbing story about unknown victims of war.
By using a quote from Shakespeare's The Tempest, this classic novel shows how the 'Brave New World' isn't so new or brave after all.
A quick beach read about a journalist torn between two men.
I remember a gate in Robin Hood's Bay, Yorkshire, that opened to nowhere but a sheer drop down a cliff and a path that led the same way. These are the childhood memories I have about the location where this book is set.
Time, history, perception and the recreation of the Beatles' Abbey Road photograph,