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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: Bella Rayne – Darkest Betrayals (@BellaRayne10)

In Bella Rayne's Darkest Betrayals, the past always catches up to you. But what if the past is actively seeking you across lifetimes, sending a message across time and space because the past self recognises something the current self is blind to? This is precisely what the therapist James thinks is happening to Layla. He… Continue reading Book review: Bella Rayne – Darkest Betrayals (@BellaRayne10)

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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: 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: Gordon Bickerstaff – Die Every Day (@GFBickerstaf)

When Zoe Tampsin is told about a recent murder her heart borders on breaking. Conflicting emotions bubble within her. She has been given a duty, to ensure the killer pleads guilty. But it soon becomes apparent there is more to this case than meets the eye, and far more to her involvement than a simple… Continue reading Book review: Gordon Bickerstaff – Die Every Day (@GFBickerstaf)

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Book review: Shay Mills – Grimm and Gram (@EricUnknown1 )

When the Grim Reaper comes knocking most people encounter the stages of grief, but what if it was death who offered a bargain? For each life she takes Grimm is willing to extend Phyllis' time for another year. What is an 80-year-old Gran to do? There are so many people whose presence should be scrubbed,… Continue reading Book review: Shay Mills – Grimm and Gram (@EricUnknown1 )

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Book review: Joey Paul – Dying Thoughts: Seventh Death (@MsJoeyBug)

Tara was more than a little excited at the thought of six weeks alone while her dad went on his comeback tour. There were rules, but what he didn't know wouldn't hurt him, right? But things don't always go as planned, a few days into her freedom and her life is turned upside down with… Continue reading Book review: Joey Paul – Dying Thoughts: Seventh Death (@MsJoeyBug)

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Book review: The Paper Boy – Diana J Febry (@DianaJFebry)

It is impossible to forget your first murder scene. More so if you believe the case in question hadn't been resolved correctly. When a recent stabbing appears to have a connection to these events it is time for DCI Hatherall to finally explore the overlooked leads in a case that almost ruined his career. He… Continue reading Book review: The Paper Boy – Diana J Febry (@DianaJFebry)

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Book review: Game Six – Judy Bruce

When her mother is caught in the crossfire of murder Brit suffers an endless stream of nightmares. In a blink, she has lost her best friend, her home, everything. But she is not one to sit and lose herself to grief, not when there are answers to find and someone to be held accountable. It… Continue reading Book review: Game Six – Judy Bruce

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Book review: D.M. Barr’s Slashing Mona Lisa (@AuthorDMBarr )

Camarin Torres, investigative journalist. Or at least that was the dream. She wanted to make a difference, be a champion for the underdog, and yet with university just a few weeks from over, she was the only person without a job lined up. That was until fate intervened with an unexpected encounter. But still, she… Continue reading Book review: D.M. Barr’s Slashing Mona Lisa (@AuthorDMBarr )