An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed by Helene Tursten
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
AN ELDERLY LADY MUST NOT BE CROSSED by Helene Tursten and translated by Marlaine Delargy from @soho_press is the perfect follow up to AN ELDERLY LADY IS UP TO NO GOOD. Here, we journey with Maud as she not only takes the vacation of a lifetime, but also as she wanders down memory lane. We discover some of what makes Maud tick, and also find that she may have a heart of gold buried under that fierce, irascible façade of hers. I seriously cannot recommend either of these two books enough. They’re both slim little volumes that can be read in an afternoon, and perfect for to read with a nice cuppa on a cold, winter’s afternoon.
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