The Blogging from A to Z April Challenge is for bloggers who wish to participate by publishing a blog post every day in April except for Sundays. Each blog post will focus on a letter of the alphabet. For example April 1 will be A, April 2 will be B and on it goes. By the end of April, a blog post for every letter of the alphabet will have been posted.
In 1939 a beautiful, successful, but reclusive novelist Inga Karlson dies in a fire in New York. She leaves behind the manuscript of her second book and an unsolved mystery that has captivated her fans for decades. Almost half a century later, a Brisbane bookseller, while waiting in line to see an exhibition of the famous Karlson Fragments, starts to talk to another patron who is also waiting. This conversation changes her life and sends her into a frenzy of having to find out more about the Karlson mystery.
This literary mystery is set in both New York and Brisbane and told in two timelines. I really enjoyed this format and the mystery that was unfolding, which moved along at quite a fast pace. I didn’t see the ending coming at all. I have been a fan of Jordan’s previous novels and this book is no exception. Jordan is a great storyteller.
“Brilliantly conceived and tightly written…a sensitive and beautiful novel, a slice of Australia’s working class history, that is a joy to read” – NZ Herald on Sunday
“A wonderful, witty, treat of a novel”- Liane Moriarty, author
My Rating – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
About The Author
Toni Jordan lives in Melbourne, Australia with her husband and has written five novels which have been hugely successful and published internationally.
Published by Text Publishing Melbourne in 2018
Have you read this book. If so, I’d love to hear your thoughts. I promise to always reply to comments made in the section below.
Sounds like a great book, I’m looking it up now! Thanks for the recommendation.
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Thanks for visiting. I’m pleased you’ve a book here that you might like to read
Sadly it turned out it’s not released in my region but I’ll definitely keep an eye out!
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Oh dear that’s a shame.