I have finished a few books this past week:
Season of Salt and Honey by Hannah Tunnicliffe, a contemporary novel set in the Washington State woods about a woman's grief over the death of her fiance, and how she copes in the face of his mother's disapproval of her. Four stars.
The Flying Circus by Susan Crandall, an historical novel about aerobic flying as entertainment in the 1920s and a romantic triangle. Four stars.
Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger, a novel set in the 1960s, about a young boy dealing with and investigating the murder of his older sister. 5 stars.
The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz, a fourth novel continuing the thrillers of Stieg Larsson. Five stars.
Thanks to Kristina McMorris for a review advance proof of her new historical novel, The Edge of Lost, to be released November 24, 2015 by Kensington.
Book description from amazon: A compelling novel that moves from Ireland to New York to San Francisco Bay. As her finely crafted characters discover the true nature of loyalty, sacrifice, and betrayal, they are forced to confront the lies we tell--and believe--in order to survive.
I am now reading
Rainy Day Sisters by Kate Hewitt, published August 4, 2015 by NAL. A story of estranged half sisters reuniting in the English Lake District, when Lucy leaves Boston to take a temporary job at a school in the seaside village in England where her sister Juliet runs a bed-and-breakfast. Enjoying it so far. Love the setting too - Hartley-On-Sea, even though it seems to be raining there all the time.
I have also started to read, again, Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami, a novel I had started reading before and mean to finish on my Kindle.
What books are you reading this week?