For most of the week I've been reading THE LEOPARD by Jo Nesbo. An impressive book in many ways, but I've still got just under a third to go, so it will be a day or two before I write my review.
As I wrote a couple of days ago, this weekend we combine Easter holidays with Anzac Day, so tomorrow we will be attending a dawn service and then the Anzac Day Parade through Adelaide.
Today I've published the April 2011 edition of the Agatha Christie Reading Challenge Blog Carnival. There are always a dozen or so participants whose contributions make good reading.
The Agatha Christie Reading Challenge is one of those that you can join at any time. You determine how you approach your reading - read the titles in order of publication, or just as you locate them - you decide. See details here.
Other blog posts this week:
- Death Arrives at Easter: THE CRUELLEST MONTH, Louide Penny
- Coincidence of two Celebrations
- Review: THE JUDGEMENT OF STRANGERS, Andrew Taylor
- Forgotten Book: GRIM PICKINGS, Jennifer Rowe
- ACRC Update - 20 April 2011
- Crime Fiction Alphabet - ORIGINAL FACE, Nicholas Jose
- Crime Fiction Alphabet 2011 - Letter O - week beginning 18 April
- Review: DEVIL-DEVIL, Graeme Kent
- April Edition Agatha Christie Blog Carnival
- Easter Crime Fiction
- Meet Australian authors at Writers Festivals
- 68th Book Review Blog Carnival
- now: THE DARK VINEYARD, Martin Walker
- next: A GRAVE IN THE COTSWOLDS, Rebecca Tope
- then - THE FACILITY, Simon Lelic
- next on Kindle - THE LEOPARD, Jo Nesbo
- now on audio - THE FOUR LAST THINGS, Andrew Taylor
- current Agatha Christie - SAD CYPRESS