Any suggestions for good mysteries?
Carol #recommend #mystery
And then there were none by Agatha Christie, The cuckoo’s calling by Jk Rowling, the girl on the train by Paula Hawkins, the house of silk by Anthony Horowitz, Dan Brown and Arnaldur Indriðason books… 😊
Black Out by Lisa Unger. I couldn’t put it down!
JoAnn Fluke, Christmas Cake Agatha Christie , And Then There Was none
A novel of Israeli-Palestinian reconciliation moving through actual events in 2016-2017. Latest Amazon review:
Read this spy story for its author’s impressive knowledge of the history and the confusion of current events in Jerusalem and the surrounding Middle East. He makes his way with assurance through its bewildering political jungle, its military, professional and commercial networks, its shifting friendships and antagonisms and just ordinary daily living. I have no idea whether all this knowledge comes from personal experience (it reads like that) or research, or whether he just makes it all up (possible, but not likely), but the background to his story is one hundred percent convincing. Add to that what reads as a true passion for peace, accommodation and mutual understanding between Palestinians and Israelis—though the narrative is largely from an Israeli point of view. Most of Kaplan’s sympathetic characters on both sides of this persistent, painful wound in the heart of geopolitics have a longing in their hearts to find a solution, and a despair to see it constantly escaping them.
The Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz
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