There are lots of excellent characters in this novel and the plot is superb - straight out of the books the characters are reading. A group of women get together to swap and read books, their book club has been mistakenly named The Used Women's Group and they spend time explaining the ins and outs of this. However one night, one of the women's husbands is brutally murdered in the home of his best friend Larry. Is there a link with the group or is it just random? Can he solve the crime?
The novel is set in London, around areas of literary interest and the reader is given a guided literary tour by the characters as to its history. This was enjoyable, making the book somewhat different to other novels in this genre. For some, this might be a predictable `whodunnit' but I was left guessing almost right until the end as all the threads became unravelled. Very well written and a good one sitting read and an author who I'd happily read more by.