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Something new please ..

Discussion in 'Book club' started by Toomuchtooyoung, May 17, 2019.

  1. Toomuchtooyoung

    Toomuchtooyoung Occasional commenter

    At the end of my book stash. Waiting for the latest Rory Clements in paperback. Anything new about in the crime / historical genre please?
  2. lindenlea

    lindenlea Star commenter

    Mark is my niece's husband. He has published several books about 20th century music but this is his first novel. it's out at the end of the month I believe. I'm ordering it from my local bookshop with the hope she might order a spare to go on the shelves.
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  3. Toomuchtooyoung

    Toomuchtooyoung Occasional commenter

    I’ll look out for it. A writer in the family how fab.
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  4. minnie me

    minnie me Star commenter

    Ambrose Parry ( aka Chris Brookmyre and wife) ... the Way of All Flesh - Edinburgh 1847 ? , surgery and the use of ether / chloroform plus crime / murder . First of a trilogy - I loved it ...
  5. Toomuchtooyoung

    Toomuchtooyoung Occasional commenter

    Thank you . Sounds like my thing.
  6. HistoryEducator

    HistoryEducator New commenter

    Diana Gabaldon series (it's been dramatized but I only watched the 1st series as the books were far superior.
    In the UK, number 1 book can go under 2 names" Crossstitch " or "Outlander".
    They are known worldwide as the Outlander series.
    This is the one book I would save if my house is on fire.
    It's a genre mix of time- travel/historical/suspense you are better off knowing nothing about the story when you start reading. It's 5 stars plus.


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