A few weeks ago, I published the first lines from the books in my "to be read" stack and asked readers for their input on which two books should be reviewed.
Luke Montgomery's "A Deceit to Die For" and Deon Meyer's "Seven Days" garnered the most votes.
A Deceit to Die For - by Luke Montgomery
Outside of Murcia, Spain, 1612. Ibrahim twisted violently, straining every last sinew in a desperate, but futile effort to free his arms and legs from the battle-hardened hands of two burly Spanish soldiers who had pinned him down on the floor of the blacksmith’s shop.
Seven Days - by Deon Meyer
Whatever happened, he just didn’t want to make a complete idiot of himself.
I'll get to them ... not promising when, because Baldacci's new one, "The Forgotten" and Bill Roorbach's "Life Among Giants" are first up, but I'll get to Montgomery's and Meyer's.
Thanks for taking time from your schedules to vote ... this was fun.
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