Rooted in the Golden Age fiction of Agatha Christie, Fatal Inheritance is a pleasing tale of mystery, adventure, and romance. Full review at Shelf Indulgence.
First published in 1934, A Pin To See The Peepshow was inspired by the notorious ‘Ilford Murder’ of 1922, and this witty, insightful, seductive novel retains its power to shock – and is recognised as a modern classic.
Winterson’s honesty is searing in this memoir, but never self-indulgent. There’s also playfulness here, a sage look back at a life lived to the full.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time does what great fiction does – entertains, thrills, excites, provokes thought and incites learning which adjusts our perceptions of complex and ‘difficult’ subjects in a positive way.
The courageous, mind-blowing work of Obermayer and Obermaier and the anonymous information who blew the worldwide use and abuse of the shadow economy wide open.