Goodreads Monday is a weekly meme hosted by Lauren’s Page Turners. In order to participate, choose a random book from your TBR and show it off! Don’t forget to link up on Lauren’s blog!
I came across this weekly meme through a post by Danielle @ Books, Vertigo and Tea and loved the idea of finding a random read on my tbr list.
I’ve chosen The Faces of Angels by Lucretia Grindle. It’s actually the first book in a trilogy set in Florence, Italy. I already read the final book a few years ago without realising it was in a trilogy, I loved it, so I definitely won’t mind reading it again.
A sweltering day in Florence, and newly-wed art student Mary Warren breaks away from her tour group in the Boboli Gardens to wander into a shady tunnel of trees. But the tranquil setting conceals a complex maze and a masked killer: within minutes Mary has been severely attacked and her husband brutally murdered.
A year later and the ‘Honeymoon Killer’, Karel Indrizzio, is dead and Mary is living a restless life in Philadelphia. Her scars are a constant reminder of that dreadful day, but in an effort to help her forget, her friend – attractive journalist, Pierangelo – invites her to return to Italy.
However, in this city Mary’s dark secret cannot stay buried for long. For there is a new menace stalking the women of Florence, and his technique is startlingly reminiscent of her own attacker’s. Piero is following the deadly trail and Mary soon recognizes terrifying implications and patterns in his research: either this is a copycat, or her husband’s murderer is still at large . . .
Published July 7th 2006 by MacMillan
Have you read anything by Lucretia Grindle? Have you got any particular books on your Goodreads tbr that you want to read soon?