Today we have a book review from team member Karen, she blogs at https://mytrainofthoughtson.wordpress.com/
Karen chose to read and review Fallen On Good Times by Rewan Tremethick
This book introduces you to paranormal detective Laslo Kane and his cases in the 1920s; prohibition being in full bloom.
With Fallen on Good Times, Rewan Tremethick has created an unconventional combination of a paranormal crime series with a humorous touch in the 1920s. Fallen on Good Times is the promising start of a series. You can’t help getting to like Laslo more and more as the story develops. He is quite a character, he made me shake my head, hold my breath, urge him on – you can see I was drawn into the story. It is a fast and entertaining read. This is for you if you like paranormal crime and a character you don’t easily forget.
Laslo Kane is addictive!
Find a copy here from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com
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Not really interested in paranormal books but both the era and the humour mentioned in the intriguing review make me think twice
I agree about paranormal Judith, but this does draw me in, sounds a really great escape read.
Thanks ladies, sometimes other points about a book can lead you to a genre which you wouldn’t normally consider.
I agree about the paranormal bit but I like crime and Karen makes a compelling case for this character so onto my TBR it goes – thanks!
Hi there – I read this book. I looked back to see what I’d written. I quoted Laslo Kane, a Private Detective down on his luck. He’d said “I had less money than I could fit in my mouth, an ex-girlfriend who I missed more than words allowed me to say, and a steady stream of desperate wackos with nowhere else to tun and stories so ludicrous no one else would give them a second’s thought.” 🙂
Clever title! Clever idea!
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