It’s the beginning of another month, and so another opportunity to participate in my favourite meme – six degrees of separation hosted by Kate. We all start off from the same bookish point, add six more books and see where we end up. It’s always such fun to put a list together and to see what everyone else comes up with.
This month we start with A Gentleman In Moscow by Amor Towels. I have not yet read this, but have an e-library copy on my online library bookshelf just waiting to be opened.
Meanwhile, thinking about men in Moscow reminds me of Gorky Park by Martin Kruz Smith. This is a faced-paced thriller which I read years ago and remember being excellent. It would be interesting to re-read it some time to see how well a book set in 1980s Russia holds up today.