Reviews and Such Books

A Song for the Dark Times – Ian Rankin

Early this year, I went through a time of reduced income. That means I haven’t been able to catch up on the reading I would like. A Song for the Dark Times, by Ian Rankin is one of those books. It’s been out since the beginning of summer, but I’ve only just got around to reading it A Song for the Dark Times In the last installment of the series, In a House of Lies, Rebus is starting to slow down. In the…Continue readingA Song for the Dark Times – Ian Rankin

Reading Round Ups Reviews and Such

July 2019 Reading Round Up

The end of July 2019 means I’ve been at these monthly reading round ups for 17 months. I know a year and a half would be a more usual time frame to mark but I like to be a little different. 2019 Roundups January, February, March Fiction, March Non-Fiction, April, May, June July 2019 Reviews This month I’m going to start with my favourite detective fiction writer. Ian Rankin – The Impossible Dead Check out my review of A Song for the…Continue readingJuly 2019 Reading Round Up

Books Reviews and Such

Rebus – In a House of Lies – Ian Rankin

Two Friday nights ago, I had a treat. I got the chance to meet one of my favourite writers, Ian Rankin. Rankin was in Winnipeg at McNally Robinson Booksellers, to celebrate the launch of his most recent Rebus novel, In a House of Lies. Before I write about the book itself, I’m going to say a little bit about the evening. Early in the week, McNally Robinson had posted that people needed to arrive early for the 7pm event. I arrived at…Continue readingRebus – In a House of Lies – Ian Rankin

Reviews and Such Books Reading Round Ups

September Reading Round Up

September has been a bit of mixed-up month for me. The first part of the  month was back to church time after the summer. The second part of the month, I’ve been on holidays. My reading has also been mixed-up. At one point I had at least six books on the go at once. I’ve managed to finish three of those ones, along with several other books. Almost everything tis month has been of the detective fiction nature, although three…Continue readingSeptember Reading Round Up