Kel McGowan is Kelligrafie
I'm on book 4 of the challenge, Sanctuary by Ken Bruen.
It's about a detective trying to solve a murder after he's sent a list that specifies the victims. Two guards, a nun, a judge and child. When news comes home about the death of a judge and a nun, it becomes a race against time to save an innocent kid.
Apparently Ken Bruen is Ireland's bestselling crime writer and it's not hard to see why. The book is short, gritty and uncomplicated. I'm not really into the crime genre as it's so depressing but this one is never more than you can manage, even when dealing with drugs, murder and violence. Ken keeps it to the point, the chapters are short and manageable within a lunch break at work or maybe a bus ride.
I've heard this is part of a series but it does great as an individual story. You don't get any irritating referances to other books in the line that won't make sense to you if you're a new reader.
I'll give this a 3.5/5. It's probably one of the better books I've read on my challenge but that was only because it's so easy to read.
This week I'm reading: The Songwriter by Beatrice Colin