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text 2019-01-18 05:42
Reading progress update: I've read 165 out of 275 pages.
Brat Farrar - Josephine Tey

Brat has finally been asking himself the question that I´ve been asking myself for quite some time now:

 

Has Simon killed his own brother?

(spoiler show)

 

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text 2019-01-18 04:46
Reading progress update: I've read 42%.
Shadow over the Fens - Joy Ellis

I wonder how many more of these I can read in the next two weeks?

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review 2019-01-17 02:20
Crime on the Fens
Crime on the Fens - Joy Ellis

This is, I believe, Ms. Ellis' first published book, though its original title was Mask Wars.

 

This book introduces us to DI Nikki Galena and DS Joseph Easter. DI Galena is a detective who not only had a young woman die in her arms, but whose daughter is in a persistent vegetative state due to a drug over dose. She's now hell bent on clearing the streets of drugs and punishing the dealers though whatever means necessary. She's tough, and has a reputation as a hardass, and pretty much no one wants to work with her.  She's been told by her superiors that she is to work with DS Easter, who is transferring in, and to make it work...or else.

 

DS Easter, on the other hand is pretty much so clean he squeaks. He's also rumored to be highly religious and as such has the nickname of "Holy Joe."

 

As the two begin to work together, they both begin to realize their preconceived notions about the other were wrong, and there's much more to each of them than meets the eye.

 

I really liked both of these characters (especially DI Galena) as well as the other members if Galena's team. I'm looking forward to seeing how they grow over the course of the books.

 

( I do have a feeling that there's going to eventually be a romance between Galena and Easter. I don't know why, but I just do.)

 

The plot, I won't even try to describe it, but it starts with a missing girl, and a rash of crimes being committed by people wearing hideous face masks. Are these two events, and well as several other crimes all linked? And if so, how? And why?

 

I am so glad that Richard Armitage started narrating Ms. Ellis' other series (Jackman & Evans), because otherwise, I may never have discovered her work, and that would be such a shame.

 

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review 2019-01-16 21:19
Can Lightning Strike Twice – Lightning Crimes by Chrys Fey @ChrysFey
Lightning Crimes (Disaster Crimes Book 2.5) - Chrys Fey

 

 

Lightning Crimes by Chrys Fey, is part of the Disaster Crime series and I have been lovin’ every minute of it.

 

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Lightning Crimes (Disaster Crimes Book 2.5)

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Donovan and Beth have been through a hurricane and an earthquake, so a lightning storm should be a piece of cake and Chrys Fey’s descriptive writing makes me feel like I am there with them, through the clashing of the thunder, the flashes of the lightning, the pounding of the rain and the roaring of the wind, but there is more…a rock through a window, an open door that was locked, wet footprints on carpet…Chrys can create a suspenseful read whether its danger from storms or humans.

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text 2019-01-16 19:40
Reading progress update: I've read 45 out of 275 pages.
Brat Farrar - Josephine Tey

Uhm, does anyone know in which time period this is set in? This novel has been published in 1949, but the gaslightning in the street of London kind of threw me off. That plus the fact that whole story feels like it is set in the 1920s.

I have read the short Tey biography in the front of my edition, so I know that she has written this book way before the actual publication date. 

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