Sunday, 31 January 2016

Mrs Mac suggests - What to read in FEBRUARY

Well - after a wet January, when you must have spent more time than you hoped cooped up inside, and February looks like continuing that wet theme.  So we have to keep reading, no?!

My suggestion for February, therefore, is the kind of crime novel that you would not normally read.  For example, if you read lots of "golden age of crime", come on out of the 1930s and forwards to the new century.  If you read a lot of current crime, try going back in time a bit.  Perhaps you don't read crime novels at all?  Sometimes it's good to break out of your comfort zone.  My suggestion for February is therefore a book set in the years just following WW2 - 1946/7 -

A Commonplace Killing - Sian Busby