I decided that as I had completed the Goodreads reading challenge (about the only thing I ever use Goodreads for (certainly not for recommendations or any of the groups, and the design! They really need to bring that into the 20th Century (yes, I said that deliberately)). Anyway, I decided that as I was on … Continue reading I’ve been reading Browning, Keats and William Wordsworth…well, Natchez Burning, The Bone Tree and Mississippi Blood – again
There will be blood
And it's now I see, after all of this time what it's done to me
Shades of Po
Series: Penn Cage My version: HardbackGenre: Historical Fiction, U.S.A.Publisher: Harper CollinsFirst published: 2015ISBN: 978-0-06-231111-5Pages: 801 Bought Southern professor Penn Cage is caught in the darkest maelstrom of his life. The heartbreaking but seemigly straightforward death of his father's African-American nurse, Viola Turner, has fractured Penn's family and turned Dr. Tom Cage into a fugitive from justice. … Continue reading Review: The Bone Tree – Greg Iles
Then this arrived today. Not what I was expecting. Yes, I was expecting my hardback of The Bone Tree by Greg Iles to arrive, but I didn't expect this. I was fairly sure I'd ordered the UK version from The Book Depository, as it looked (that's it on the left), though in hardback, very similar to … Continue reading Well, erm…blimey, yeah : The Bone Tree then…
Now this one I have been looking forward to. It will be breaking into the schedule so I can indeed be 'one of the first.' Though as it's on it's way from wherever, to me here in Denmark, 'the first' is probably going to mean a lot larger number than they're maybe thinking. Natchez Burning was … Continue reading Good news indeed!
I thought I'd actually wait until the year was over (2014, just in case you...) before putting my heads together and seeing what I'd read that was worthy of The Speesh Golden Bookmark* for best book/read I read in 2014. As usual, I don't seem to have read any of other places' 'Books of the Year.' Partly … Continue reading If it's 2015, it must be time for – Book of the Year 2014!
It's what you love about the south.