Food, email, forensics and mystery

Devoured a few books In December/January:

Garlic & Sapphires by Ruth Reich – a great book that a friend gave me to read before we went to New York about a former New York Times restaurant critic that wore disguises and took on different personas in order to visit and review restaurants anonymously. Lots of great descriptions of New York neighbourhoods.

Who Moved my Blackberry? by Martin Lukes – written in a different style this is a collection of emails and text messages from Martin Lukes to various colleagues, friends, family and lover – you never read anything from their point of view so it’s an interesting narrative – story is about nothing much though.

Body of Evidence by Patricia Cornwell – finally finished the second in Cornwell’s series.

Metro Girl by Janet Evanovich – first in the third series from Janet Evanovich – this time the havoc-inviting chick stumbling into a mysterious crime only to become one of the main players solving it is Alex Barnaby. Typically Evanovich this was a light and very quick read.


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