This weeks Top Ten Tuesday (a book inspired list-series from That Artsy Reader Girl) is books I could re-read forever. I might cheat slightly in this one by adding in a couple of series, because otherwise I wouldn’t get anywhere near 10 books. I don’t often re-read a lot of books, so if I do you can be sure they impressed the bejayzus out of me.
The murder of housewife Barbara Ryan, a pencil jammed into her neck, starts Detective Danny O'Neill on the search for a serial killer on the streets of Dublin.
'Pretentious Wank Fodder' is how this book was first described to me, and that was by the person who was recommending it, so that might give you an idea of how this book review is going to go before you we go any further
'Dark Places' centres around Libby Day, the sole survivor of the 'Satan Sacrifice of Kinnakee, Kansas.' While her mother and two sisters were brutally murdered, a seven year old Libby manages to climb out of the bedroom window and hide until morning. She puts the blame on her fifteen year old brother Ben and her testimony puts him behind bars. Twenty five years later she is contacted by a group of amateur detectives who are sure of Ben's innocence.