Sunday, 4 October 2015

Lazy Sunday Book Review

It's a thing with me that I like to find books by authors that I haven't seen widely advertised. 

With tens of thousands of books on Amazon by relatively unknowns, it is very easy for authors, who should be widely acclaimed to get lost among the multitude.

I found Pete Brassett's short quirky e-book, Brown Bread, tucked away on Amazon the other day.

Spikily written with a devilish sense of humour, this short work (98 pages), had me laughing all the way through it.

The book is concentrated on a dysfunctional family making a hobby of murder.

Insurance men, the local vicar, and a fresh faced constable are just some of the characters who don't make it out alive.

It you are looking for an easy read, on a nothing doing Sunday, then Brown Bread, is a great book to relax with. 

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have a great weekend everyone and thanks for reading this post...

The Riotous Writer

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