Goodreads Monday (April 2017)

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I saw this meme on Books, Vertigo and Tea and I thought this one seemed fun to join and feature on my blog from time to time as well! The original post of Goodreads Monday was posted by Lauren’s Page Turners. Thank you Lauren for this great idea. This really is a great way to help me take another look at all the books added to the wishlist so long ago and at the same time I can share some interesting titles.

There’s only one rule: Simply choose a random book from your TBR and show it off. Don’t forget to link back to Lauren’s Page turners and add your own links!

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Added in September 2014 after I finished Never Look Back (Mike Lockyer #1): No Place To Die (Mike Lockyer #2) by Clare Donoghue

No Place to Die

Jane Bennett, senior Detective Sergeant for the murder squad at her London police precinct, is having a terrible day. Her boss, Detective Inspector Mike Lockyer, has just returned to work after two weeks on “leave,” though Jane knows it was really more like a suspension. He’s still shaken by the loss of a victim in their last murder case, and Jane is still stung that Lockyer didn’t trust her enough to confide in her about the case before it was too late.

But neither of them has the luxury of time to dwell on past grievances. Jane has just received a phone call from a good friend saying that her husband Mark Leech, a retired policeman, has disappeared. When Jane finds dramatic blood splatters in the laundry room, she knows Mark is seriously injured at best, and they don’t have any time to waste. And then the body of a young girl is discovered in a tomb under a London greenway, and police resources are stretched even thinner…until it starts to look like the two cases might be related.

No Place to Die is another spine-tingling mystery with complex, three-dimensional characters from suspense master Clare Donoghue

 

What do you think? Sound good or doesn’t make you tick? After re-reading the blurb, I’m still convinced, yes I’m still keeping it on my wishlist!

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15 thoughts on “Goodreads Monday (April 2017)

  1. I’ve never heard of this series, but it seems like something brother would enjoy!! Getting him to read any book is an achievement! So thanks for the recommendation 😂😄 and thanks for joining in!

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  2. This feature really looks like a good idea… I should jump on the bandwagon because the devil knows my TBR list just keeps added to and the older ones are just sitting there… all lonely and forgotten…

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