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Book review: S.P. Dawes – The Vine Tree

Hayley and Jesse had been through hell. It finally seemed like they had chance to get their life together. They had each other, they had their beautiful boy, and they also had argument after argument until it seemed their love was no longer enough to hold the broken pieces together. Traumatised by what happened Hayley… Continue reading Book review: S.P. Dawes – The Vine Tree

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Book review: S P Dawes – The Vine Cross

Hayley had thought she'd got the fresh start she needed, that she'd escaped her past. She finally has a job she enjoys, a place to call home, and at least some semblance of peace. But the past has a way of catching up to a person when they least expect it. Just like she wasn't… Continue reading Book review: S P Dawes – The Vine Cross

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Book review: Lucid Dreams – Ocean Bloom

Bjorn thought things couldn't get any worse. He lost his job after his arse of a boss threw him under the wagon for something he had warned him would happen, his mother committed suicide, and his savings were slowly draining away as he spiralled into a world of sleeping pills and alcohol. He wasn't sure… Continue reading Book review: Lucid Dreams – Ocean Bloom

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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: 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: Vicki Stewart – Saving Jia

In Vicki Stewart's Saving Jia, 'It's over for today. Tomorrow is a long time away,' was the mantra Jia repeated to herself every day once her terrible vision subsided. She knew it was coming, it started like clockwork at 5:55 pm, the time her father had been declared dead after taking a bullet to protect… Continue reading Book review: Vicki Stewart – Saving Jia

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Book review: Alan W Thompson – Abomination Desolation (@CrtnAbomination)

In Alan W Thompson's Abomination Desolation, William had sacrificed almost everything to destroy Cenetics. Even his wife had looked upon him with disgust as she realised what he had done. He had been labelled a terrorist and placed in a facility where visitors were forbidden. A vision warned him of what is still to come,… Continue reading Book review: Alan W Thompson – Abomination Desolation (@CrtnAbomination)

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Book review: Casey Bartsch – Behind the Red Curtian

Lucy thought it might be nice to have a drink with the handsome stranger who had rescued her from the young hooligans. He had seemed nice enough, refined and gentlemanly, with his tailored suit and disarming smile. She would soon discover looks could be deceiving. Imprisoned and tormented Lucy tries to put her father's lessons… Continue reading Book review: Casey Bartsch – Behind the Red Curtian