WWW Wednesday – What Am I Reading? 13th June 2018

WWW Wednesday – What Am I Reading? 13th June 2018

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WWW Wednesday is a meme from Sam at Taking On A World Of Words

The Three Ws are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

Currently Reading – Daisy’s Vintage Cornish Camper Van by Ali McNamara

Daisys Vintage Cornish Campervan by Ali McNamara

Welcome to the gorgeous Cornish town of St Felix, where there’s magic in the air…

When Ana inherits a broken-down camper van from her best friend, she takes the chance for a quick trip to Cornwall – some sea air and fish and chips on the beach is just the tonic she needs.

But St Felix has bigger plans for Ana. She discovers a series of unsent postcards, dating back to the 1950s, hidden in the upholstery of the van. Ana knows that it’s a sign: she’ll make sure that the messages reach the person that they were meant for. And as the broken-down van is restored to gleaming health, so Ana begins to find her way back to happiness.

Release Date – 14th June 2018

Purchase online from: Amazon.co.ukAmazon.com


Finished Recently – The Hanging Women by John Mead

The Hanging Woman by John Mead

A historical crime thriller set in 1886 Chicago; the power house of America, a sink of corruption and vice which is haunted by riots and gangland killings. A story of weak men and strong women.

Jack Stevens discovers the bodies of two women, Philomena Blackstaff and Mary Walsh, tied together and hung by their ankles in a position resembling the symbol for treachery as depicted on tarot cards. Though retired and now wealthy, Stevens is an ex-sheriff and involves himself in the subsequent investigation.

As a result of Jack ‘stealing’ Philomena’s diary and his association with the Pinkerton detective agency, it is discovered that Mary Walsh worked undercover for the Pinkertons, investigating the Knights of Labour (the fastest growing workers’ rights movements in America of the late 1800’s). The women had been working together, tracing the man who was selling guns and dynamite to the more extremest factions of the workers movement. This led them to Ruby’s, a secret ‘nightclub for deviants’, where Stevens and Inspector O’Leary believe the pair fell foul of the man they were looking for, gang leader Joseph Mannheim.

With the May 4th Haymarket riots and bombings looming, Stevens must uncover the truth about The Hanging Women before it’s too late.

Release Date – 28th February 2018

Purchase online from: Amazon.co.ukAmazon.com


Reading Next – The Cornish Village School by Kitty Wilson

The Cornish Village School by Kitty Wilson

Rosy Winter is definitely not looking for love.

Following heartbreak, Rosy has rebuilt her life in the beautiful Cornish village of Penmenna. Now, headmistress of the local school, she is living by The Rule: no dating anyone in the village. Easy right? But Rosy Winter has a new neighbour, handsome gardener Matt.

In Penmenna for his new gardening TV show, this guy next door will do everything he can to persuade her to break her rule and win her heart. Meanwhile, Penmenna Village School is threatened with closure and it’s up to Rosy to rally the local community and #SaveOurSchool. Can she bring her worlds together and accept help from the most unlikely of sources? One thing’s for sure… she won’t be giving up without a fight.

Release Date – 11th June 2018

Purchase online from: Amazon.co.ukAmazon.com


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4 Responses

  1. Molly says:

    I love everything on your post! I’m such a sucker for anything with Pinkerton in it and I am digging your Cornish theme. Here is my post: https://silverbuttonbooks.com/2018/06/13/www-wednesday-june-13-2018/

  2. I love the look of Daisy’s Vintage Cornish Camper Van. It looks like such fun! Thanks for sharing and enjoy. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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