On What Cathy Read Next last week
Monday – I published my review of the Michael Joseph Proof Party at Henley Literary Festival 2019.
Tuesday – The Top Ten Tuesday topic was Character Traits I Love.
Wednesday – WWW Wednesday is the opportunity to share what I’ve just read, what I’m currently reading and what I plan to read next…and have a good nose around to see what other bloggers are reading. I also published my review of crime novel, Rivals (Georgina Garrett #2) by Sam Michaels as part of the blog tour.
Saturday – I shared (finally) my review of my Buchan of the Month for September, The Blanket of the Dark by John Buchan.
As always, thanks to everyone who has liked, commented on or shared my blog posts on social media this week.
Hitler’s Secret (Tom Wilde #4) by Rory Clements (eARC, courtesy of Zaffre and NetGalley)
In the Autumn of 1941, the war is going badly for Britain and its allies. If the tide is going to be turned against Hitler, a new weapon is desperately needed.
In Cambridge, brilliant history professor Tom Wilde is asked by an American intelligence officer to help smuggle a mysterious package out of Nazi Germany – something so secret, even Hitler himself doesn’t know of its existence.
Posing as a German-American industrialist, Wilde soon discovers the shocking truth about the ‘package’, and why the Nazis will stop at nothing to prevent it leaving Germany. With ruthless killers loyal to Martin Bormann hunting him down, Wilde makes a desperate gamble on an unlikely escape route.
But even if he reaches England alive, that will not be the end of his ordeal. Wilde is now convinced that the truth he has discovered must remain hidden, even if it means betraying the country he loves…
The Other You by J. S. Monroe (eARC, courtesy of Head of Zeus and NetGalley)
Kate used to be good at recognising people. So good, she worked for the police, identifying criminals in crowds of thousands. But six months ago, a devastating car accident led to a brain injury. Now the woman who never forgot a face can barely recognise herself in the mirror.
At least she has Rob. Young, rich, handsome and successful, Rob runs a tech company on the idyllic Cornish coast. Kate met him just after her accident, and he nursed her back to health. When she’s with him, in his luxury modernist house, the nightmares of the accident fade, and she feels safe and loved.
Until, one day, she looks at Rob anew. And knows, with absolute certainty, that the man before her has been replaced by an impostor.
Is Rob who he says he is? Or is it all in Kate’s damaged mind?
On What Cathy Read Next this week
- Event Review: Anne De Courcy at Henley Literary Festival 2019
- Event Review: Victoria Hislop at Henley Literary Festival 2019
- Event Review: David Suchet at Henley Literary Festival 2019
- Blog Tour/Book Review: Don’t Get Involved by F. J. Curlew
- Top Ten Tuesday: Extraordinary Book Titles
- Waiting on Wednesday
- Blog Tour/Book Review: The Glittering Hour by Iona Grey
- Buchan of the Month: Introducing The House of the Four Winds by John Buchan