The Winner – David Baldacci

In October I , with my Bigger Half, we were lucky enough to travel to Cyprus. I'll spare you all the joyful details of getting a Covid test privately in London, within a specific window of 72 hrs before travel. What it meant though is that I turned to my Kindle for reading matter, as …

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Only the Innocent – Rachel Abbott

After reading a few quite serious books, a mix of fiction and non-fiction, I felt like something lighter. My default genre in those situations is crime, and I do have quite a big backlog on my Kindle. I found I had another book by Rachel Abbott. I read here And So It Begins just before the …

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The Trouble with Mirrors – Charlotte Elkins, Aaron Elkins

I think that was the last one in the series that I owned. Apparently number four, but I didn't read them in order anyway, they're very loosely connected. Some characters repeat, but they always get reintroduced. I'll borrow the synopsis from Goodreads, as it gives a good summary of the plot. Alix London, the art …

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