Tried each of these, and each one failed to keep me reading:
This one, by Peter James, had me reading compulsively, even though I became impatient with the way he obviously spun things out:
So I tried another of his, and the cliffhangers were even more contrived and annoying, though I was really gripped at the topic ( trafficking in human organs) and at the first part of the book:
I really liked the setting for these, which was Brighton and its environs, but, come on. So I kept looking:
I did like this one, but liked the first half of the book more than the last:
I am longing for a new one from Louise Penny or Michael Connelly.
In the meantime, I am struggling to get back into school mode, re-reading Siddhartha and
Brave New World!