After a dry-ish period on the book reviewing front (busy writing, not through lack of interest), here are two more reviews of other authors' books well worth reading, both very different:
'Acts of Omission' - by Terry Stiastny. A story of political intrigue and hidden secrets going back to the time of the Cold War.
I also interviewed Terry about her writing, and you can read that via the link below:
'Hard Kill' - by JB Turner. The second in his Jon Reznick thriller series, with kidnappings, disappearances and threats of terrorist plots.
They're very different books, and I enjoyed switching from one to the other. It's nice to vary the pace a little in reading (just as it is in writing), and to have a different sense of time and setting.
I liked them both and recommend them to you.