It´s getting personal for Harry in the fourth book of this excellent book series. Harry is on stress leave and with all that spare time on hands, he decides to solve the mystery of his own life: who has killed his own mother?
I really loved this book and the new insights I got into Harry´s past. He is such a likeable and yet flawed character. I appreciated that his decisions, which sometimes are incredibly dumb, have dire repercussions and that he isn´t a character who automatically is perceived as a good person (although, I do love him as a character). In this book, though, I wanted to slap some sense into him numerous times.
I have already the next book in the series, "Trunk Music" on my shelf and I can´t wait to read it. So stay tuned for another episode of "Instalove with Harry" (seriously, this becomes a running gag throughout the novel and I´m loving it).