Sunday, July 3, 2016

Lazy Sunday Service

Just back from a quick visit to the south coast of England, flying over yesterday and back this evening.  Given the recent turn of events in Britain and the increase in racial incidents my book for the trip was A.A. Dhand's recently published novel, Streets of Darkness, set in Bradford which concerns racial tension and violence in the city and features Hardeep 'Harry' Virdee, a Sikh, who's a detective inspector in the city who's investigating the murder of a recently elected Asian MP, seemingly at the hands of the BNP.  Review coming shortly.

My posts this week
Review of A Killing Frost by R.D. Wingfield
June reviews
Review of Fool by Christopher Moore
Summer reading
Review of Operation Paperclip by Annie Jacobsen

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