Writer’s read, and readers write. This summer, I’m determined to take breaks between writing and catch up on books patiently waiting to be read on my Kindle. Stepping away from my work-in-progress for reading breaks clears my head and helps me forge ahead with my writing and world-building.
Below is my summer reading list. Currently, I’m 50 percent through The Woodcutter and enjoying every bit. Look for my review soon.
The Woodcutterby Reginald Hill
In a stand-alone psychological thriller from acclaimed mystery master Reginald Hill, a mysterious ex-con returns to his remote childhood home on a deadly hunt for revenge. Combining the chilling atmospheres of Thomas Harris’s The Silence of the Lambs, the narrative ingenuity of P.D. James’s The Private Patient, and the compelling characterizations of Hill’s own Dalziel and Pascoeseries, Hill delivers a frightful, fast-paced study of suspense at its most sinister in The Woodcutter.
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