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Watching Edie – Camilla Way

Watching Edie – Camilla Way

With thanks to the publishers for allowing us an advanced copy of this book through Netgalley.   Intrigued by the blurb billing this as "The most unsettling psychological thriller you'll read this year", we couldn't not check this book out.  Watching Edie brings...

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The One Memory of Flora Banks – Emily Barr

The One Memory of Flora Banks – Emily Barr

With thanks to the publishers and Netgalley for allowing us a review copy of The One Memory of Flora Banks.   Flora doesn't remember anything after she was 10 years old, but she has notes on her hand prompting her to be brave and a notebook which contains her...

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Behind Her eyes – Sarah Pinborough

Behind Her eyes – Sarah Pinborough

With thanks to the publishers for allowing us an advance copy of this book to review through Netgalley.  I was intrigued by the description for this book - which follows 3 main characters. When Louise falls for a guy she meets on a rare night on, things don't go far...

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Lying In Wait – Liz Nugent

Lying In Wait – Liz Nugent

With thanks to the publishers for allowing us a copy of Liz Nugent's Lying In wait in exchange for review - billed by Stylist as ‘For fans of Gone Girl… It twists, it turns, it is a compulsive triumph,’ we couldn't resist getting lost in the pages of this one! The...

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Blog Tour: A Boy Made of Blocks – Keith Stuart

Blog Tour: A Boy Made of Blocks – Keith Stuart

MEET THIRTY SOMETHING DAD, ALEX… He loves his wife Jody, but has forgotten how to show it. He loves his son Sam, but doesn't understand him. Something has to change. And he needs to start with himself. MEET EIGHT-YEAR-OLD SAM… To him the world is a puzzle he can't...

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Good Me Bad Me – Ali Land

Good Me Bad Me – Ali Land

When I saw this book promoted on Netgalley in a swirl of praise I was eager to check out what all the fuss was about. Annie has a new name and a new home and a big secret.  Annie's mum is a serial killer, caught because Annie herself turned her into the police, now...

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Monday’s Child – Linda Finlay

Monday’s Child – Linda Finlay

With thanks to the publisher for sending me this surprise book in the post - when Sarah is summoned by her Godfather to his school for ragged children following the death of her father, she is surprised  by his request that she come to the school and assist with the...

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Who’s That Girl? – Mhairi McFarlane

Who’s That Girl? – Mhairi McFarlane

Another book purchased in the wake of Fab Mag's Fabulous Night in - I've not read any of Mhairi McFarlane's books before, but having seen her chat about her work I was intrigued in this book and grabbed a copy from the popular depleting pile. In who's that girl we...

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We Were On a Break – Lindsey Kelk

We Were On a Break – Lindsey Kelk

Liv and Adam are about to enjoy the last night of their holiday in Mexico - Liv has pulled out all the stops with her dress and high heels, because though it's meant to be a secret her best friend Cass let it slip that Adam is going to propose.  She's been waiting all...

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Holding – Graham Norton

Holding – Graham Norton

I was intrigued when I heard that Graham Norton was releasing his debut fiction novel, having watched him on TV for years and finding him immensely entertaining I wondered what his writing debut would bring and set about getting the book from net galley. Those that...

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It’s Never Too Late To Say – Julia Roberts

It’s Never Too Late To Say – Julia Roberts

I finally got to read the last in the wonderful Liberty Sands series and am now suffering post series blues! Following directly on from where we left the last book we finally get a resolution to Holly's love life... and while she may not end up with who you think, for...

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If He Really Loved Me… – Julia Roberts

If He Really Loved Me… – Julia Roberts

If He Really Loved Me sees us meet Holly firstly 2 years in the future, with a happy baby, son and apparently husband, but before her husband is revealed we travel back Picking up from where book one in The Liberty Sands trilogy left us as Holly tries to find a moment...

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Saving Sophie – Sam Carrington

Saving Sophie – Sam Carrington

When Sophie is returned home to her parents by the police after a night out with her friends a little worse for wear her parents are understandingly concerned.  More so her mother Karen who is dealing with issues following an attack on herself which has left her with...

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Small Great Things – Jodi Picoult

Small Great Things – Jodi Picoult

    I read this book without knowing the actual title or author when I discovered a lot of other bloggers talking about it under the #ReadWithoutPrejudice tag it was available as through netgalley.  I was intrigued by the idea of reading a book without...

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The Night Book –  Richard Madeley

The Night Book – Richard Madeley

Having enjoyed the last two books from Richard Madeley I was eager to see what his third book would bring.  Departing from the characters of his last books this is a new setting - deep in the heatwave of 1976 a spate of drownings are happening.  Swimmers are warned to...

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Black Dog
Silent Scream
The Dinosaur That Pooped A Lot!
The A to Z of You and Me
Tied Up with Love
The Man Who Can't Be Moved
Listen Up, Pup!
Guess What Happened At School Today
The Liar's Chair
The Night Before Christmas
The Two of Us
As Good As It Gets?
Jenny Lopez Saves Christmas
Shopaholic on Honeymoon
Surviving the Rachel
Over the Green Hills
Captivated by You
Mishaps & Mistletoe
Christmas With Billy and Me
I’ll Take New York


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