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Book review: Sheena Fleming- Watching Over You

Anya has been training hard. Favoured to take home a medal in the games she has been driving down the time of her personal best, but while she is watching her times, someone is watching her. It was easier than he thought to grab her, and he has every intention of getting away with it.… Continue reading Book review: Sheena Fleming- Watching Over You

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Book review: Gordon Bickerstaff – The Belgravia Sanction (@GFBickerstaff)

Zoe Tampsin was done with the Lambeth Group, at least she thought she was until it became apparent the new boss had no idea what he was doing. When Zoe's protégé goes missing mid-investigation there seems no choice but to bring this deadly vixen out of retirement and back into the field. Whispers of a… Continue reading Book review: Gordon Bickerstaff – The Belgravia Sanction (@GFBickerstaff)

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Book review: Across the Border – Mark Morey (@markmorey5)

Sixteen year old Mei was thrilled to have met Long. They connected instantly. She had always hoped to find someone she could be with, someone who could make her happy. But little did she know he wasn't who he said he was. Torn from her home and sold as a wife Mei is learning the… Continue reading Book review: Across the Border – Mark Morey (@markmorey5)

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Book review: Lorhainne Eckhart – The Third Call (@LEckhart)

In Lorhainne Eckhart's The Third Call, from the moment that second emergency call came through Marcus O’Connell knew it was something more than a childish prank. The girl was terrified, trapped in a house that wasn't hers with her mum and a man she didn't know. By the time the third call is connected intuition… Continue reading Book review: Lorhainne Eckhart – The Third Call (@LEckhart)

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Book review: Trisha Grace – Always You (@TrishaGraceBks)

After a hectic two weeks Emily Bennett believes she can finally relax and have that first date she has been looking forward to with Alexander. With his parents' murder behind bars that should be the end of the problems, but trouble runs deeper than anyone had imagined. A string of events already set into motion… Continue reading Book review: Trisha Grace – Always You (@TrishaGraceBks)

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Book review: Ivy Smoak – Forged in Ice (@IvySmoakAuthor)

Wanted for murder, Sadie and her friends find themselves on the run, hiding away from the life they knew. But four people forced to give up everything, career, love, privacy, all being pushed together while the police are on the prowl is enough to put a strain on any relationship. Shattered beyond repair Sadie seeks… Continue reading Book review: Ivy Smoak – Forged in Ice (@IvySmoakAuthor)

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Book review: S.E Finkielman – Starving Men

In S.E Finkielman's Starving Men, Dr Michael Gleeson had lived through difficult and hard times and had the dark memories to prove it. He recalled many of the hardships, and the names of those who forced difficult times on Ireland. When his new patient, Turlough O'Sullivan, an employee of a decommissioned IRA associate, creates an… Continue reading Book review: S.E Finkielman – Starving Men

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Book review: Patricia C. Jackson – Mask Weavers for Hire (@PatriciaCJacks2)

Some may call it fate, others would call it a perfectly executed plan. When Daniel Walters walked into Carla's life she had no idea he already knew her. He had been watching her closely, but he had never expected to feel this way about her. He knew more about her life than she did, like… Continue reading Book review: Patricia C. Jackson – Mask Weavers for Hire (@PatriciaCJacks2)

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Book review: S.I. Taylor – Guilty Photographs (@sitaylorwrites)

In S.I. Taylor's Guilty Photographs, Barbera knew she could only rely on herself. Her body was a cavass to the betrayals she had experienced. But this latest edition had her concerned. Unable to recall the events of the night before she awoke bleeding, sore, and alone. She knew better than to call the cops, no… Continue reading Book review: S.I. Taylor – Guilty Photographs (@sitaylorwrites)

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Book review: Jennifer Chase – Her Last Whisper (@JChaseNovelist)

In Jennifer Chase's, Her Last Whisper, Katie has just started her role as a cold-case detective. After two deployments in Afghanistan, she was ready for something else, even if her undiagnosed PTSD was unwilling the release its grasp on her. Her first case was only six months old, a kidnapping. Throwing herself into the investigation… Continue reading Book review: Jennifer Chase – Her Last Whisper (@JChaseNovelist)