What happens when you're supposed to be in-the-know about new books being published, but you bury yourself in the old books?
I've recently experienced the crime solving of Henning Mankell's Inspector Kurt Wallander and Georges Simenon's Inspector Maigret. I enjoyed both, but Peter Robinson's Inspector Alan Banks has got me hooked more. Here's what I found in his first book, as I continue to explore this genre of crime mysteries.
It's that time of year when holiday shoppers head to NYC to spend at Bergdorf Goodman, Macy's, Bloomingdale's and the many other stores decked out with merry-making windows. I went to shop the bookstores, including this odd one. Check out its unique name.