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Book Review: The Medium by David Hatton

Anybody here interested in the afterlife? I sure am, hence my love for this next book. Not a fan? No problem! I still have a juicy thriller you. Blurb The Medium by David Hatton introduces us to Michael Walker whose wife, Suzanne, is missing. Michael ┬áis approached by a psychic medium claiming to know the … Continue reading Book Review: The Medium by David Hatton

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Book Review: A Killing Sin* by K H Irvine

Today I review a really hard hitting book for you. If I'm to be perfectly honest, I don't exactly know where to start with this as there are so many different themes to deal with. What I can say wholeheartedly though is that this is a gripping book and I can only hope that this … Continue reading Book Review: A Killing Sin* by K H Irvine

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Book Review: The Brotherhood by Jo Fenton

I've told you before about my morbid side. I love books about death and serial killers and kidnappings. I also love books about cults. Like this one. Blurb The Brotherhood* by Jo Fenton introduces us to a grieving Melissa. Melissa's parents have just died and her violent ex-boyfriend is harassing her. When new-friend Dominic offers … Continue reading Book Review: The Brotherhood by Jo Fenton

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Book Review: The Suspects by Katharine Johnson

Do you know what is really hard to find? A good "guess who" story. One that leaves you shocked at the end and isn't filled with annoying red herrings. It is also hard to find such a book with a shocking ending that feels like the author picked the conclusion out of thin air. But … Continue reading Book Review: The Suspects by Katharine Johnson

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Book Review: Who Killed Anne-Marie? by CM Thompson

I've said it here before and, hell, I'm going to say it again: I love a book where all the characters are UNLIKABLE. I know for many readers, a book needs to have at least one likable character and it takes away from the book when there isn't. This book review challenges this notion and … Continue reading Book Review: Who Killed Anne-Marie? by CM Thompson

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Book Review: Hiding by Jenny Morton Potts

This book has been hiding (sorry, couldn't resist the pun) in my TBR for months. Today, I'm happy to finally get my review to you. Enjoy! Blurb Hiding by Jenny Morton Potts is a psychological thriller that brings Keller Baye and Rebecca Brown together. Previously living on either side of the Atlantic, Rebecca knows nothing … Continue reading Book Review: Hiding by Jenny Morton Potts

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Book Review: My Sister Is Missing by Julia Barrett

I am one excited book blogger to be on the My Sister Is Missing book tour today. See, I mistakenly checked out the Goodreads reviews before starting this book and they made me worry that I was setting myself up for disappointment. However, what happened was I read a book I really, really enjoyed. This … Continue reading Book Review: My Sister Is Missing by Julia Barrett

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Book Review: The Blameless Dead by Gary Haynes

Today I have a book review (you may remember it from the cover reveal I posted last year) where half of the book is based during the end of World War II. Don't click away! I know you may have had your fill of WWII books but The Blameless Dead incorporates an interesting element of … Continue reading Book Review: The Blameless Dead by Gary Haynes

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Book Review: The Puppet Show by M.W. Craven

Today, I'm back to my favourite genre - thriller. Believe me when I say you are going to love this one. Blurb The Puppet Show* by M.W. Craven introduces us to The Immolation Man, a serial killer burning his victims alive in Cumbria. When disgraced detective Washington Poe's name is found carved into the chest … Continue reading Book Review: The Puppet Show by M.W. Craven