Sunday, July 29, 2012

Lazy Sunday Service

I started Blood Tears by Michael J. Malone yesterday evening.  Sunday morning and I'm only a few pages from the end.  As gritty, psychological police procedurals go, its very good.  I was hooked from pretty much the get-go and haven't been able to put it down since.  Set in Glasgow and Ayr, it's published by the small Nottingham based, Five Leaves Publications, who've also published work by Stephen Booth, Ray Banks, Allan Gutherie, Russel McLean and Charlie Williams.  Usually £8.99, it's presently free on Kindle (or at least it is the day this blog post was written).  Thoroughly recommend checking it out.

My posts this week:

777: Seven sentences from page seven
Placing neoliberalism: the rise and fall of the Celtic Tiger
Review of The Barbed-Wire University by Midge Gillies
What to make of the property prices data?
First draft completed (thankfully)
Review of The Rocksburg Railroad Murders by K.C. Constantine
1000 up!
Real life calling

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