The people at Bitter Lemon Press are really evil
They send me these seemingly innocuous little messages with notes about books and suddenly I've got cravings. Surely this is just addict encouragement. Anyway - this arrived in my email box this morning and now I can feel that desperate sweat breaking out:
by Petra Hammesfahr
Out now in the UK in bookshops and through online retailers
Maigret and the Idle Burglar (Penguin Red Classics) by Georges Simenon - Penguin Books Ltd (2007), Paperback, 144 pages
tags: Crime [Our New Books - LibraryThing]
Penguin have released a range of classics under the "labelling" of Red Classics. From their website:
Bewrite Books have recently released Brian's 3rd novel - Bloody Ham - http://www.austcrimefiction.org/node/2991
For lovers of the traditional English style of cosy novel - this time with an Australian central protaganist - all of Brian's books should be of great interest to you. If you've been lucky enough to read Bloody Ham - let us know what you thought.
I actually went out and bought two of Sarah Rayne's books recently - Spider Light is the latest of her books that I read for review a while ago and loved it - so I'm looking forward to seeing what these two are like.
Our final weekend covered 3 panels that we were particularly keen to attend.