I've just finished reading 'The Sparrow Conundrum' by Scottish crime author Bill Kirton. I won the book as a prize a good few months ago now (ahem, probably last year) but I'm always slow to finish e-books because I'm not good at reading long passages on screen. I really wish I'd read it sooner, though, because the book is tremendous fun.
Unlike the author's other works this is pure spoof, as a gaggle of gloriously inept secret agents bungle their way round Scotland inventing silly codes, shooting themselves in the feet, and generally failing to accomplish their missions in a quite spectacular way. I don't think I've giggled as much in a very long time, and the postman and the exploding rose bed were pure magic. I did guess the identity of the super-secret agent taking everybody and everything over, but it didn't detract at all from the mayhem or the entertainment. This is definitely one to re-read, preferably on a miserable winter Sunday afternoon when I need cheering up.