Review–Viennese Waltz by Alex Brightsmith

18111921“She was, only and always, Kate – that short, honest blade of a name that suited her so well that she had adopted it”. What could be better this holiday than a carefully-plotted tale that twists your emotions, and features strong capable women, intrigue, exotic locations, supremely well-drawn characters and fine prose in which you can bathe your mind? You can’t go wrong with this book.

I took my time reading this because, like the finest of single-malts, the words and sentence structure should be savoured rather than tasted. Do help yourself to the peaty tongue and rounded finish of this book. Don’t add ice.

Five happy wombats for Viennese Waltz. wombicon5

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A Yorkshireman in the green hills of Lancashire, UK Not a real wombat, obviously, or typing would become an issue. I do have short legs and a hairy nose, however. Oh, & a distinctive smell.

Posted on December 23, 2013, in Books, fiction, Reviews. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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