March book review round up

I know that I complain about it every month, but where has the month gone. I wish I had more time to read in, that ‘to-read’ pile never seems to get any smaller :).Here is the March review summary:

You can read the full reviews via the Book Reviews page here.

**** “Ace of Hart (Hart of Darkness Book 1) by Violeta Baga

**** “Bizarre World” by Bill Bryson

**** “Yorkshire Ripper: The Secret Murders” by Chris Clark and Tim Tate

**** “The Good Cop” by Justine Ford

**** “Servo: Great Australian Service Stations” by Jim Sonter

***1/2 “Black Vinyl White Powder” by Simon Napier-Bell  

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Monthly Review Round Up – February 2018

I can’t believe that we’re at the end of February already! Reading time is always an issue, but here are the February offerings:

**** “The Big Book of Rouges and Villains”, edited by Otto Penzler

*** “Travel Stories and Highlights: 2017 Edition”, edited by Robert Fear

***1/2 “Bad English: A History of Linguistic Aggravation” by Ammon Shea

****1/2 “Hollow City: The Second Novel of Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children” by Ransom Riggs

You can read the full reviews via the Book Reviews page here.