REVIEW: ‘The Colour of Bee Larkham’s Murder’ by Sarah J. Harris

Imagine seeing colours when you hear sounds. Jasper does. Some are beautiful, some are ugly, but all of them help him understand a world he often finds confusing. Tuesday is bottle green. Wednesday is toothpaste white. And Bee Larkham’s murder was ice blue crystals with glittery edges and jagged, silver icicles. What’s it about? Jasper […]