Weekly Reading #8

I had quite a good reading week. I got Tess Gerritsen’s Girl Missing, which was actually an older novel re-released. It was good. More of a romance, which apparently Gerritsen started out writing. It was still a thrilled but the romance was more central than in her later works. I liked it and read i quickly.

I had two Peter Robinson’s but not back to back. All Colors of the Darkness was a more recent Banks novel and I liked it. I like him although it seems like he purposely slows down the action and there are always places it drags. Wednesday’s Child was an earlier work and I’m not sure I liked it as much. It meandered even more slowly. I like them mostly because I get to see how he developed Bank’s character.

I found a book called Need You Now by James Grippando. This was ore of a financial thriller with some romance. It was okay but left me a littel flat at the end. It was definitely worth it and kept me reading and I was loathe to put it down. I guess it was like the end of a roller coaster, just a little disappointed that the ride was finally done and while everything tied up tidily, it wasn’t such a good ending that I was that pleased either. Still, I’d look for him again because the ride was fun.


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