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  • British,  Crime fiction

    A Question of Identity by Susan Hill

    I was kindly sent a review copy of A Question of Identity by Susan Hill a few days before it was released. I had no idea Hill had a detective series and I really wanted it to be part of my Halloween reading. Eventually, it took me longer to finish, but now I can finally say I know who Simon Serrailler is! From Book Depository: This title is the seventh “Simon Serrailler” crime novel. How do you find a killer who doesn’t exist? Duchess of Cornwall Close: sheltered accommodation, a mix of bungalows and flats, newly built and not quite finished. Despite the bitterly cold weather, elderly residents are moving…

  • 19th century,  General Fiction,  Random

    Suggested Halloween Readings

    I think I’m not alone when it comes to themed readings and this month, it’s Halloween! I have been thinking of what I’d like to read and what I’d suggest if anyone asked me, so, I combined it with my passion for lists and decided it was time to write this post. Books I’d love to read for Halloween: 1. Dolly by Susan Hill I loved The Woman in Black and I’m dying to read her new book! I read it in two sittings and it scared the dead out of me. The atmosphere is eerie ala Rebecca. We spend the book asking ourselves: What are we really scared of?…