Showcase Sunday May 2014

Welcome to my latest Showcase Sunday post – Inspired by Vicky at Books, Biscuits and Tea.
Please also check out the other Showcase Sunday posts at Books, Biscuits and Tea blog

These posts, each first Sunday of the month, showcase the books I’ve bought, begged, borrowed or won (I draw the line at stolen!) during the previous month. I’ll try to mention everyone that appears in the blog, in a tweet when I publish the post, but I apologise in advance to anyone I’ve forgotten.
So here we go:

Books I’ve Bought
During May I bought on Kindle:
Cry Baby by David Jackson
Can Anybody Help Me? By Sinead Crowley
The Truth Will Out by Jane Isaac
And paperbacks:
Dead Letter Drop by Peter James
Stop Dead by Leigh Russell
The Betrayal of Trust by Susan Hill


Books I’ve ‘Begged’
Dear Daughter by Elizabeth Little via Bethan Jones / Harvill Secker


Books I’ve Borrowed
XO by Jeffery Deaver
Rage Against the Dying by Becky Masterman
Death Message by Mark Billingham
First Frost by James Henry
Dark Side by Belinda Bauer
All the above borrowed from Blackburn libraries (@LibrariesBWD)

Books I’ve Won
Sycamore Row by John Grisham via Hodder & Stoughton
Remember Me This Way by Sabine Durrant via Goodreads

Review Round-up
During May I read and reviewed:
Bleed For Me by Michael Robotham
The Back Road & Sleep Tight by Rachel Abbott
Sycamore Row by John Grisham
The Bone Bed by Patricia Cornwell
Want You Dead by Peter James

My Book of the Month for May was Want You Dead by Peter James



Bout of Books Readathon
A week long event With daily challenges and participants around the world. With thanks to Sam at The Book Corner who tweeted about this event, otherwise I wouldn’t have heard if it.

Leigh Russell at Wigan Library
I attended a crime panel event in Wigan and was lucky enough to meet author Leigh Russell and have my copy of Stop Dead signed.



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