Historical fiction, Mystery

The Play of Death (The Hangman’s Daughter, #6) by Oliver Pötzsch

It has been a while since I wrote almost back to back reviews and it feels odd being back to it. I am of course referring to the book I reviewed last night (I Know a Woman by Kate Hodges). This is a very intriguing series, a little brutal but with an abundance of historical… Continue reading The Play of Death (The Hangman’s Daughter, #6) by Oliver Pötzsch

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Humour, Mystery

The Flaxborough Crab (Flaxborough Chronicles #6) by Colin Watson

I reviewed the previous books here:      Each is a separate story with recurring characters who play out their roles with dry humour and a slightly complicated mystery.Do check out the individual reviews if you are the curious sort. I have three more books of this series already downloaded and was planning to do two… Continue reading The Flaxborough Crab (Flaxborough Chronicles #6) by Colin Watson