What I Just Finished Reading
Killing Eve: Codename Villanelle by Luke Jennings. This is the first book in the trilogy that the TV series is based on. I thought I'd try it since it was only £2.99, but then it turns out it's really short. And much less humorous than the TV series. I enjoyed it, and ended up reading it all in a day, but I can see why the TV series needed to add a lot of stuff.
What I'm Currently Reading
Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson. This is a boarding school story set in modern day America, where the main character is obsessed with true crime stuff and wants to solve the murder/disappearance that happened when the school opened. I'm halfway through and still haven't decided whether I like it or not. But the one thing that is getting to me is that the murderer wrote a poem and signed it:
So they are calling them "Truly Devious". Except that comma in the sign off, and it being a new line means to me that they are actually just calling themselves "Devious" and the Truly part is a sign off, like saying Yours sincerely, or Regards.
What I'm Reading Next
Killing Eve: No Tomorrow by Luke Jennings. The second in the Killing Eve trilogy. After I finished the first book and I bought the other two and would have gone straight on to read them, but the one I'm currently reading is a library book.