I am a fan of Elizabeth George‘s murder mysteries and I know that when I start one, I won’t be able to put it down until it’s finished. It’s been the case with the latest I’ve read: With No One as Witness. I found it a bit slow at the beginning, but once I got involved in the story, there was no way I could stop. Over 600 pages long, it takes you through various London neighbourhoods, from posh to less affluent and explores relationships in the workplace, racial prejudice and much more. Starring Detective Inspector Lynley and his assistant Barbara Havers. You may have seen episodes of the BBC adaptation, which I thought were OK, but still, the books are much more enthralling.