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Dead Ground (by Graham Hurley)

Dead Ground (by Graham Hurley)

EditorFebruary 29, 2024
Preview copy from Netgalley. Published on 8th Oct 2024 I look forward to reviewing books by Graham Hurley. The latest is Dead Ground set primarily in Franco’s Spain. “Dead Ground”
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The Trading Game: A Confession (by Gary Stevenson)

The Trading Game: A Confession (by Gary Stevenson)

EditorFebruary 3, 2024
"The Trading Game: A Confession" by Gary Stevenson is a riveting memoir that offers a deep dive into the high-stakes world of trading. The book is a rags-to-riches tale of Stevenson's journey from the streets of East London to becoming Citibank's most profitable trader.
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The List of Suspicious Things (by Jennie Godfrey)

The List of Suspicious Things (by Jennie Godfrey)

EditorOctober 23, 2023
Preview Copy – “The List of Suspicious Things” by Jennie Godfrey is a coming-of-age story set in 1970s Yorkshire, UK. The story revolves around a 12-year-old girl named Miv, who
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The Skeleton Key (by Erin Kelly)

The Skeleton Key (by Erin Kelly)

EditorOctober 8, 2023
“The Skeleton Key” by Erin Kelly is a complex and intriguing novel that blends elements of a thriller, historical fiction, family drama, and murder mystery. The book follows two families,
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The Keeper of Stories (by Sally Page)

The Keeper of Stories (by Sally Page)

EditorSeptember 12, 2023
The Keeper of Stories: A Heartfelt Journey Through Life’s Stories “The Keeper of Stories” is a beautifully written novel that revolves around Janice, a house cleaner who collects the stories
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How to Kill Your Family (by Bella Mackie)

How to Kill Your Family (by Bella Mackie)

EditorJuly 21, 2023
As an art enthusiast and someone who appreciates the beauty of storytelling, I must admit that I found Bella Mackie’s “How to Kill Your Family” to be a disappointing read.
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The Blood of Others (by Graham Hurley)

The Blood of Others (by Graham Hurley)

EditorJune 6, 2023
Graham Hurley’s latest thriller, “The Blood of Others,” is a gripping and suspenseful novel set in Northern France during World War II. The novel is part of the “Spoils of
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Outback (by Patricia Wolf)

Outback (by Patricia Wolf)

EditorApril 5, 2023
DS Lucas Walker is currently on leave from the organised crime unit of the Australian police force to take care of his ailing grandmother in his hometown, Caloodie. However, when
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Lessons in Chemistry (by Bonnie Garmus)

Lessons in Chemistry (by Bonnie Garmus)

EditorApril 5, 2023
“Lessons in Chemistry” is a heartwarming and inspiring story about a young woman’s journey to becoming a chemist during the 1960s. The novel is set in a time when women
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The Forgetting (by Hannah Beckerman)

The Forgetting (by Hannah Beckerman)

EditorMarch 19, 2023
Amazon First Reads: Publish Date: April 2023 An intriguing, gripping tale of coercive control, and the social impact of such behaviour on families. OK, does not sound that original but
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The Fall (by Gilly Macmillan)

The Fall (by Gilly Macmillan)

EditorMarch 3, 2023
Preview copy from Netgalley – Release date: 25 May 2023 Would you ever consider murder? Are there circumstances that could trigger thoughts of murder? But could you actually do the
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I Will Find You (by Harlan Coben)

I Will Find You (by Harlan Coben)

EditorFebruary 17, 2023
Do you have go to Authors? For example, if you are looking for a legal thriller then you might choose a John Grisham novel, or looking for Crime Detective genre
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