Matthew Lindfield Seager

Enjoyed another Aussie crime novel by Chris Hammer: The Tilt πŸ“šπŸŽ§

Well written as always and liked the way he introduced a new main character by crossing over with some supporting ones from the previous books.

Thoroughly enjoyed reading The Last Devil to Die by Richard Osman πŸ“š

Finished Silver by Chris Hammer πŸŽ™οΈπŸ“š

I’m enjoying listening to audio books while working on the house and grateful for our local library making the service available.

Finished reading: Scrublands by Chris Hammer πŸ“šπŸŽ§

Finished listening to Echo Lake by Joan Sauers πŸ“šπŸŽ§

[Mostly] finished reading The Big Con by Mariana Mazzucato and Rosie Collington πŸ“š

Not exactly a page turner but helpful to reflect on the role of consultants and how to make sure they’re providing a long term benefit to an organisation

More holiday reading down the coast: Deadly Cross by James Patterson πŸ“š

Finished reading: 23rd Midnight by Maxine Paetro and James Patterson πŸ“š

Underwhelming story and writing, never really felt immersed or invested πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ

Thoroughly enjoyed reading Joanna Jenkins’ debut novel, How to Kill a Client πŸ“š

I had the killer figured out early on and was patting myself on the back, right up until the final chapters proved me wrong.

Found A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin on the bookshelves of our holiday rental. Good story but much grittier than what I normally read πŸ“š

More holiday reading: The Girl in the Castle by Emily Raymond and James Patterson πŸ“š

By the by, I’d love to know more about how these books written by both a famous author and a lesser known author work πŸ€” First saw it a long time ago with Tom Clancy but it seems to be happening more and more lately.

Finished reading In The Blink of An Eye by Jo Callaghan πŸ“š

The plot seemed a little too coincidental at times but the author’s real life experiences and emotions were well captured in the lead character. Glad I read it!

Finished re-reading The Sentinel by Andrew Child and Lee Child πŸ“š Enjoyable but not memorable in any way. Going to try a new author with my next book

Just finished some light holiday reading in Sweden, No Plan B by Lee Child and Andrew Child πŸ“š

Just read Recursion by Blake Crouch after seeing it mentioned by Manton πŸ“š

Clever premise and reasonably well-paced.

Finished reading: The Bullet That Missed by Richard Osman πŸ“š

Finished reading: The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman πŸ“š

Finished reading: The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman πŸ“š

Finished reading: Rhythm of War Part Two by Brandon Sanderson πŸ“š

Finished reading: Rhythm of War Part One by Brandon Sanderson πŸ“š

Finished reading: Dawnshard by Brandon Sanderson πŸ“š

Finished reading: Oathbringer Part Two by Brandon Sanderson πŸ“š

Just finished Oathbringer Part One by Brandon Sanderson πŸ“š Might have to wait a few weeks until holidays to read part two… and the rest of the series.

Finished reading Edgedancer by Brandon Sanderson πŸ“š

Finished reading Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson πŸ“š

Over 1,000 dense pages but I thoroughly enjoyed it. Looking forward to the rest of the series arriving in country next month.