On more than one occasion I have said how much I enjoyed doing this challenge. Back in June I said that I would aim to do at least one a week which turned into just the one last month. It’s a brand new month so let’s see how many I can do this time around.
Last Thursday on my day off I was lucky enough to pop by Goldsboro books and meet the lovely Ruth Ware. Not only is she one of my favourite authors but she also shares a love for Daphne Du Maurier- a lady who I’m lucky to say still has lots of books for me to get lost in. After our chat there were definitely a few novels that need moving up that ever expanding and slightly out of hand TBR pile. Ruth’s latest The Death Of Mrs Westaway which I still haven’t started how I don’t know has been likened to Daphne’s Rebecca so in hearing this I’m even more on edge to devour this beauty.
This was the cover of the copy I read – I devoured this for a book group that I didn’t even get to due to life getting in the way.
I was completely hooked and I wanted to share the love. I needed to share this story so this is the one book of Ruth’s that I don’t own as I wanted someone else to read it. I may have to invest in it for my collection. I’m not sure where the below cover is from but this gives off a real sense of eerie which in a dark, dark wood conveys.
I’m intrigued to see if there are any particular book cover topics you would like me to show. For example: book that made you smile, cry, that holds memories anything. I definitely want to do this more so please get in touch with some ideas for me.
I’m still in the midst of reading something for a blog tour tomorrow fingers crossed I can make it happen.