German Heiress by Anika Scott

An intriguing mystery that paints a vivid picture of post-war Germany. Reading the sleeve notes on the back of The German Heiress, Anika Scott’s debut novel, I thought it was a piece of crime fiction – a young woman searching for her missing friend in post-war...

A Song for the Dark Times by Ian Rankin

There’s something irresistible about John Rebus I’d waited so long to get a copy of A Song for the Dark Times by Ian Rankin from the library that the paperback had been published by the time I did. This is the latest Rebus novel, which was published in hardback last...

The Murderbot Diaries by Martha Wells

My favourite android with a heart. The Murderbot Diaries is a series of books by the American fantasy author, Martha Wells. They won’t be to everybody’s taste, but as a fan of sci-fi and fantasy with a slightly whacky humour, they are just my cup of tea. Martha Wells...

Oundle Crime recommends

Six books that we read and enjoyed in July. At our last meeting these were six of the books we discussed which we’d read and enjoyed. If you want more information about any of them, just click on the links… The Innocent Dead by Lin AndersonA...