CrimeReads. Some of you might be interested in the new site. It looks like there's a wealth of interesting reading there.
I've just started Ian Rankin's first Rebus mystery, Knots and Crosses. I've never read one of his books, as much as I like police procedurals. He's going to be the keynote speaker at a Poisoned Pen Conference at the beginning of September. It's a two-day conference, and I already registered. I understand that Rebus and Rankin may not have come into their own until partway through the series. And, there have even been recent discussions as to whether you should start at the beginning, or as Hank Phillippi Ryan says, meet characters as adults, and learn they have a whole backstory. As much as I love Hank, I still like to start at the beginning, if possible. So, it's Knots and Crosses for me right now.
What are you reading or listening to this week? Thursdays (Wednesdays when the schedule forces me to do it then) are really my favorite day of the week. I love to see what you're all reading. Tell us about your recent books, please.