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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 Standing on a Whale – B.J. Tiernan (@standingwhale1 )

Lance was content to end his life. He had lived and suffered enough. It was on his birthday he decided to finally put thought to action. Or that had been his intention. Then his path crossed with Hayden's, A mystic whose views and lectures on the world were so inspired that those in power had… Continue reading Book review Standing on a Whale – B.J. Tiernan (@standingwhale1 )

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Book review: Chasing the Omega – Jessica Edwards (@JessEdwards1997)

  Alice never really felt she belonged in her school. She wasn't part of any of the cliques, but none of that really mattered. She had her best friend Sam, and she wanted nothing more. Her mother worked long hours as a nurse, and her father had left them, but she never felt alone thanks… Continue reading Book review: Chasing the Omega – Jessica Edwards (@JessEdwards1997)

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Book review: Borrego Moon – Kat Drennan (@KatDrennan )

Years had passed since Alex had removed himself from Lily's life. She had made something of herself. She was a hot-shot lawyer, and one of the partners in the firm was actively seeking her hand in marriage. He had proposed, but she had been unable to give an answer. When a body was uncovered back… Continue reading Book review: Borrego Moon – Kat Drennan (@KatDrennan )

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Book review: Truly Unfortunate -CA King (@PortalProphecy )

Truly has been having a run of bad luck. Each month is a struggle to make rent and pay for her psychiatrist. Her childhood memories have been forgotten, but within there lies a dark secret. One her psychiatrist is determined to reveal. When people around Truly start dying in mysterious ways Jeff and Miranda are… Continue reading Book review: Truly Unfortunate -CA King (@PortalProphecy )

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Book review: Candlewicke 13 Curse of the McRavens – Milan Sergent (@MilanSergent)

Valor McRaven had a destiny. He had heard whispers of great deeds, being the Knight of Night, during his latest poison recovery. But no one said anything to him, not that they were given the chance. His parent tried their best to keep him separate, and distant from other children by hiding in the shadows.… Continue reading Book review: Candlewicke 13 Curse of the McRavens – Milan Sergent (@MilanSergent)

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Book review: Destination: Unknown – Joey Paul (@MsJoeyBug)

Harriet's life was anything but normal. Since her mum's diagnosis, life had changed. Her home, her responsibilities, and her school, everything was different. She was a student, a carer, and now, it seemed, a time traveller. It happened early one morning, a ghost appeared and beseeched her aid. Back in the 1900s her father had… Continue reading Book review: Destination: Unknown – Joey Paul (@MsJoeyBug)

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Book review: D.L. Finn – The Button (@dlfinnauthor )

Lynn hadn't had an easy life, but a failed suicide attempt left her able to hear the voices of angels, or more specifically the voices of those who watched over her, Thomas and Zelina. Long ago Thomas had made a mistake, one that had consequences on Lynn's life, and he was determined to set things… Continue reading Book review: D.L. Finn – The Button (@dlfinnauthor )

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Book review: James Musgrave – The Spiritualist Murders (@englishmajorpub )

Clara was one of only two women practising law in San Francisco, as such she had a lot to prove, but she also had good instincts. Instincts that saw her befriend Adeline, a young woman she found in distress. When finally she returned to her senses, Adeline confesses to witnessing a murder, in fact, of… Continue reading Book review: James Musgrave – The Spiritualist Murders (@englishmajorpub )

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Book Review: Bounty by J.D. Cunegan (@JD_Cunegan )

Jill Anderson had already spent three years serving the people of Baltimore, it had allowed her to build up a tolerance to crime scenes, but it took every ounce of her restraint not to react to this one. If her peers knew she had known the victim she would be off the case. But she… Continue reading Book Review: Bounty by J.D. Cunegan (@JD_Cunegan )