“I head to the National Museum, because sometimes nothing will do but to walk on a mosaic floor.”
🥳🥳🥳surpassed my biggest goal ever and am on a French reread kick
Alison fled to the Netherlands 10 years ago after someone in her life was implicated in a series of murders in Dublin. But now the Garda are asking for her help when similar killings start happening. I enjoyed this CRH backlist book, though I think some of her more recent ones are a bit better. But don‘t read the publisher‘s description—it completely spoils the book.
Faithful Place is a detective mystery about an 18-year-old female who goes missing on the night she's planning to run away with her boyfriend. Years later her body is found and her murderer has to be found. It was a little longer than necessary and slightly dry. ⭐️⭐️⭐️
Some of you may know I am a big fan of Tana French and the Dublin Murder Squad series. Many have citied ‘The Likeness‘ and ‘Broken Harbour‘ as their favourites but mine is the tagged book. Gripping, well written, great dialogues, bleak and utterly realistic, and gives a good look at life in modern Ireland. And Frank Mackey is by far the most interesting character in the Murder Squad. 👌
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Frank and Rosie were set to run away together, but she never showed, leaving him behind for a new life. Now, two decades later, a long-forgotten suitcase turns up. That‘s all I can give you. No one does a slow burn quite like Tana French!
Another scorching #audiowalk! I kind of love it, though. 🎧👟
Sunday morning #audiopuzzling 🎧🧩