‘Running From Scissors’ by T. C. Wescott

In the autumn I get many times into crime story reading mood than usual (even though I'm really a huge fan of the genre, so that's something I do normally as well), so at this time of the year a cozy mystery is something I found myself contently doing. A hot coffee and a book, under a blanket... that's the dream! And I managed to live it for a little time, even though these are a very stressful and busy couple of weeks for me.

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‘Excellent Intentions’ by Richard Hull

Well, looking at the cover, one ought to feel like 'Excellent Intentions' would be a nice autumn read! It was first published 80 years ago, but recently it was selected to be part of the British Library Crime Classics series, and it's published (with the new autumny cover!) again on the 2nd of October, 2018 - a.k.a. today!! If you feel like hearing about a crime story from the Golden Age in the company of your freshly brewed coffee, read my review about it!

BLOG TOUR: ‘In Servitude’ by Heleen Kist

I am so excited to present my very first blog tour post!Β This is going to be a review of the psychological suspense/mystery book 'In Servitude', which I liked very much, and I'm so lucky to have been able to read it, and be part of this tour! This book is really something that's worth reading. A huge thank you to both the author and Digital Reads Blog Tours for giving me the opportunity to put my paws on this one! Grab a coffee and see what makes me recommend it! πŸ˜‰

‘The Wind between Two Worlds’, by Peter Crawley

Hey, guys! Let's try a coffee or a tea without milk or sugar added... or probably it is the best if you stick to your own habits. It's just that I found the characters in this book were oddly specific about how they took their coffee or tea. Anyways, 'The Wind between Two Worlds' is a mystery/thriller novel that deals with war veterans and homeless people and refugees.