Atlantic Shift by Emily Barr is a fab book for when you are travelling. It is improbable and slightly ridiculous in places but I did enjoy it.
Easy to read, intelligent chick-lit with a pretty good story and likeable characters. What more does one need?
No Time for Goodbye by Linwood Barclay is a brilliant book!
The story is about Cynthia who wakes up one morning to find her mother, father and brother have all disappeared. There is no note, no explanation and she has no idea where they all are. Twenty-five years later there are some strange developments and some sinister things start happening… eventually she starts to find out the truth, but it isn’t really what anyone expected.
I am not going to tell you anymore… you’ll have to read it to find out 🙂
44 Scotland Street by Alexander McCall Smith is a fab little book. It is a beautiful observations of daily life, as seen by 5 or 6 characters. For me one of the most useful things though is was that it had really short chapters as it was originally written for a newspaper. This meant that I could pick it up and put it down easily when I was at work and needed a short break. Well worth a read if you can get a copy.