I've been in the mood for good thrillers and mysteries lately.
I've posted a review of The Fear Artist: A Poke Rafferty Mystery #5 and really enjoyed the book and the setting - Bangkok, a city where I lived four years in the early 1980s.
|A great thriller set in exotic Bangkok that will draw you in, into the relationships between what will seem like real people, and into a political situation with what will seem a true life villain.|
On a different note, here are a few other books I have on my list for variety:
The Wedding Guests by Meredith Goldstein, described as
|Laugh out loud comedy/farce set on a Greek island. Witty and clever. The plot reminds me of Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors. If you like satire, you will love this spoof on academics, pretentious scientists, and those who idolize them.|
Keeping cool during these hot days? I'll be indoors watching tennis today. How about you?