Hiya friends! It’s time for another wrap-up post. Presenting to you a wrap-up for the books I read in April 2021. Okay, the post might be two months too late, but, well, better late than never. As I have already pointed out in this post: “A Short Update: A Non-Linear Trajectory for my Blog“, my blogging schedule has gone for a toss. I am not finding the time or the urge to read as many books as I used to previously. Consequently, I read three books in April. Hopefully, in the coming months, I will be able to read more. Without further ado, let’s dive into the recap.Continue Reading
An engaging story.
WHAT’S THE BOOK ABOUT
Eighteen-year-old library assistant Jan Christopher’s life is to change on a rainy Friday evening in July 1971, when her legal guardian and uncle, DCI Toby Christopher, gives her a lift home after work. Driving the car, is her uncle’s new Detective Constable, Laurie Walker – and it is love at first sight for the young couple.
But romance is soon to take a back seat when a baby boy is taken from his pram, a naked man is scaring young ladies in nearby Epping Forest, and an elderly lady is found, brutally murdered…
Are the events related? How will they affect the staff and public of the local library where Jan works – and will a blossoming romance survive a police investigation into murder?Continue Reading