Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Soup890, 18 Aug 2014.
Guy Martin's latest. Worms To Catch, the biking but is great.
The Hypnotist, Wallander style gruesomeness penned by a couple using the pen name Lars Kepler.
Ploughing my way through the Wilbur Smith pantheon. Almost up to date now, reading Those in Peril.
Standing In Another Mans Grave, by Ian Rankin (one of his Rebus novels).
My previous exposure to Rebus was via the ITV series a while back and much as I like John Hannah, and later on Ken Stott as actors the TV shows never really gripped me. Not read any of the Rebus books previously, but got this last time I was in the charity shop and I have to say it's excellent. The book is far, far better than the TV programme ever was and I'll be on the look out for more.
My other car is an Aston Martin
You're not supposed to blow the doors off Michael Caine autobiography but struggling to finish
Just started the latest Ian Rankin Rebus novel. It has started off really well.
Just started Gerald Seymour’s a damned serious business. It’s got me hooked already.
'Mad Bad, Dangerous To Know', at work
Dombey and Son,i might have answered this before mind you it is a thick book.
100 Deadly Skills by Clint Emerson.
Abraham Lincoln, by Carl Sandburg.
Just put my youngest to bed with a few pages of "Peter Duck", the 3rd in the Swallows & Amazons series.
I barely get to read my own books these days; I started "The World of Cycling According to G" on Boxing Day but am only a few pages in. progress yet.
Ostland by David Thomas. A bit harrowing but based on a true story and explores how people became killers under the Nazis.
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