My latest Title Trakk book review for
|The Clear Light of Day|
By Penelope Wilcock / David C. Cook
Here's a cozy British novel without the murder, which is exactly what I love. Because after all, isn't "cozy mystery" an oxymoron since the mystery is usually a murder - and dead bodies aren't very cozy? But I digress ... In The Clear Light of Day, Penelope Wilcock tells the meditative tale of a forty-something Methodist minister who struggles with loneliness despite the rigorous social responsibilities of the small country circuit of three chapels that she shepherds.
Find out if Esme succeeds in following her father's advice here. Or get your own copy of the book here.