Daughters of Paris – Elisabeth J. Hobbes #Blogtour

I may have had something in my eye as I finished Hobbes' latest superb novel; it's certainly another emotional cracker and I loved the way the story ended. I'd really grown to care about what happened to Fleur and Colette, the eponymous daughters in the title, and Hobbes uses the full scale of the French … Continue reading Daughters of Paris – Elisabeth J. Hobbes #Blogtour

An Elderly Lady Is Up to No Good – Helene Tursten (Translated by Marlaine Delargy)

I spotted this short story collection (and its sequel) over on @oldbookdreamer's Instagram page and loved the title. When my copy arrived, I was even more delighted by the size – it’s pleasingly small, like books were hundreds of years ago, and it’s a beautiful little hardback. And then there’s 88-year-old Maud, who I can’t … Continue reading An Elderly Lady Is Up to No Good – Helene Tursten (Translated by Marlaine Delargy)