Two crackers(!) for you this month dear reader, both excellent reads, very different and both very knicker gripping.
The First is ‘On Bone Bridge’ by Maria Hoey, a suspenseful read, a story about a family and a family friend and the secrets they hide and carry with them throughout their lives and what happens because of that. It starts out when the characters Kay Kelly and the Duff sisters are young and moves on to their adults lives seamlessly. It’s a wonderful knicker-gripper and it’s on the edge of your seat reading. A very satisfying book.
The second is ‘Too Close to Breathe’ by Olivia Kiernan, a debut novel, and a thoroughly entertaining read from beginning to end, it reminded me of the excellent ‘Prime Suspect show’. The story centers around DCS Frankie Sheehan and the murder of a respected microbiologist Dr. Eleanor Costello. Lots of seamless twists and turns that get me hooked till the end. A new crime writer and one to watch!