Thank you Steve, likewise. Recommended reading for all on here in my humble is the NEXUS magazine which has had some somewhat expose pieces on the background, origin, nature and aftermath of Covid 19 in the past few issues, much of which you will not read about in mainstream media:
For a new window on your reading, Storgy.com is worth a look, an online literary magazine, established 2013 for short stories and flash fiction. Author interviews, book shop, competitions, book reviews, submissions page and more. Sign on to their mailing list and receive a free short story e book collection. Some vibrant new talent on here delivered straight to your screen with eye soothing backgrounds and font styles.
Deadheads by Reginald Hill. A Dalzeil and Pascoe mystery. Very well written with excellent characterisations.
As The Crow Flies (DI Nick Dixon #1) by Damien Boyd
An enjoyable and easy read.
Rock climbing is now a blood sport.
Detective Inspector Nick Dixon’s former climbing partner, Jake Fayter, is dead. Killed in a fall whilst practising a new route on High Rock, Cheddar Gorge. Convinced that Jake would not have made such a simple mistake, Nick Dixon starts digging and uncovers a web of intrigue and criminal activity that will rock the sleepy seaside town of Burnham-on-Sea to its core.
As the body count rises, Dixon is forced to break every rule in the book and put his own life on the line to bring the killer out into the open.
I’ve read that one, good book.
I, Alex Cross by James Patterson. Alex investigates the extremely gruesome murder of his niece
and uncovers horrendous corruption in it’s many forms at the highest level in Washington.
The 17th Suspect – (Women’s Murder Club #17)
by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro
Another engaging book in this series, looking forward to reading the 18th.