CRITICAL!! I read that, also an advance reader copy, and LOVED it. I thought it was really interesting to see a sort of forensic study set in the 12th century. I think it actually comes out in February or March, and I recommend it.Originally Posted by Critical;2195475;
I really enjoyed that Pears' art history/mystery series. Not too heavy, occasionally humorous, and the art angle is a nice change from many other mysteries. I blew through them all so fast, though, I can't remember which one I liked best, but I did like them all.In the last week I also finished Iain Pears' The Titian Committee, another of his art history mystery series. Not great, but a nice diversion. I then blew through Wild Fire, which is Nelson DeMille's latest (also an advance reader copy ). His books are like a shot of testosterone.
I'm slowly working my way through Elizabeth George; if you like her, you might enjoy Caroline Graham, also a British murder mystery writer who reminds me, at least, of George.I got Elizabeth George's latest, What Came Before He Shot Her for Christmas (a signed first edition, courtesy of my mother ). I'm looking forward to it, but I think it's going to be pretty tough to read based on the plot line (which I won't spoil for anyone who didn't read the last one).