Lost You by Haylen Beck

This book was not what I expected, with an unusual plot but it was extremely gripping throughout, right until the shocking end. You’re looking for your son. But she found him first.When a little boy goes missing, his mother desperately wants to find him . . . before someone else does.Libby would do anything for […]

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The One Who Got Away by L.A. Detwiler

This is one of the most genuinely chilling thrillers I’ve read in a while, with a compelling and likeable character and terrifying flashbacks into the mind of a killer. “Get out while you can. You’ll die here…”Adeline Evans has recently moved into a home for the elderly. A safe space, where she can be cared for.When […]

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Fatal Fortune by Miranda Rijks

Thanks so much to Emma from @damppebbles for organising this blog tour! Is someone trying to frame psychologist Pippa Durrant for the brutal murder of a woman she’s never even met?It certainly seems that way when Pippa’s photo is found on the body of murdered lottery winner, Leanne Smith.Pippa soon finds herself a suspect at […]

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BLOG TOUR: I Want You Gone by Miranda Rijks

This was SO good, really intense, fast-paced and genuinely creepy – the kind of creepy that gives you chills as you read it. The only obituary you never want to read – is your own.Laura Swallow is dead. A life cut tragically short, says the newspaper obituary.But that’s a lie. Estate agent Laura did not die […]

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Past Tense by Lee Child

This was definitely an intriguing and fast-paced story, and yet an unexpected one for Jack Reacher, and I loved the different take! The present can be tense . . . A young couple trying to get to New York City are stranded at a lonely motel in the middle of nowhere. Before long they’re trapped in […]

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All The Little Lies by Chris Curran

Your whole life has been a lie… One email is all it takes to turn Eve’s world upside down. It contains a picture of her true birth mother, Stella, and proves that Eve’s entire life with her adoptive parents has been a lie. Now she must unravel the mystery of Stella’s dark past. But what Eve finds […]

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In Safe Hands: A DCI Anna Tate thriller by J. P. Carter

What story about nine missing young children wouldn’t grip you right from the start? This is a fast-paced and intriguing mystery about the type of crime that can’t fail to wrench at your heartstrings. I felt that the writing was slightly stilted at the beginning. There was a reasonable amount of establishing the past and […]

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The Stone Circle by Elly Griffiths

As always, Ruth Galloway novels are one of my favourites. With links from the past connecting to present events and fascinating relationships between the characters, I love this series and this novel in particular. I like the links between the past and the present, especially with this one going right back to the beginning with […]

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The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn

Although this got really intense in the second half of the book, I found this quite slow and tough to get through at first. The main character in this I just found extremely irritating to begin with. I think this would be great for fans of The Girl on the Train, but for me I […]

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