Last year, I started a meme highlighting books on my TBR. Unfortunately, this did not reduce the height of my leaning tower of books at all. Last month, I joined the My TBR List meme hosted by Michelle at Because Reading and Voilà I knocked a book off my tbr. I must tell you, it is an awesome feeling. After missing September’s meme, I felt cheated and began to think of motivational ways to continue this trend. It was then that I remembered my own long forgotten meme. However, I’m changing it up a bit, this time around I have to read and review that week’s book, otherwise what is the point?
There is no better time then the present so without further ado, here is my TBR Thursday:The Trespasser (Dublin Murder Squad #6) by Tana French
Published by Viking on October 4th 2016
A new novel from the New York Times bestselling author.
Being on the Murder squad is nothing like Detective Antoinette Conway dreamed it would be. Her partner, Stephen Moran, is the only person who seems glad she’s there. The rest of her working life is a stream of thankless cases, vicious pranks, and harassment. Antoinette is savagely tough, but she’s getting close to the breaking point. Their new case looks like yet another by-the-numbers lovers’ quarrel gone bad. Aislinn Murray is blond, pretty, groomed to a shine, and dead in her catalogue-perfect living room, next to a table set for a romantic dinner. There’s nothing unusual about her—except that Antoinette’s seen her somewhere before. And that her death won’t stay in its neat by-numbers box. Other detectives are trying to push Antoinette and Steve into arresting Aislinn’s boyfriend, fast. There’s a shadowy figure at the end of Antoinette's road. Aislinn's friend is hinting that she knew Aislinn was in danger. And everything they find out about Aislinn takes her further from the glossy, passive doll she seemed to be. Antoinette knows the harassment has turned her paranoid, but she can’t tell just how far gone she is. Is this case another step in the campaign to force her off the squad, or are there darker currents flowing beneath its polished surface?