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Western Fringes – Amer Anwar

I received this book from the author in return for an honest review. Set in Southall, London, Zaq Khan is trying to lead a quiet life after being released from prison but his new boss won’t let him. Hired to find the boss’s missing daughter in a week, Zaq is led through London involving blackmail,… Continue reading Western Fringes – Amer Anwar

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Every Dark Corner – Karen Rose

The latest instalment in Rose’s multiple city romance genre series following Decker, an undercover agent who wakes from a coma after being shot to find Special Agent Kate Coppola leaning over him. Cue a chase to locate a child kidnapper who films child pornography, all the while they try to deal with their pasts and… Continue reading Every Dark Corner – Karen Rose

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Two Lost Boys – L.F. Robertson

  I received this book from the publisher for an honest review. A debut novel which follows the final case for Janet Moodie, a death row appeals attorney who is looking to reduce the sentence of a man who raped and killed two women. Living a secluded life in the country with her dog for… Continue reading Two Lost Boys – L.F. Robertson

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Crimson Bound – Rosamund Hodge

A dark retelling of Little Red Riding Hood following Rachelle, who, after following the wrong path, ends up as an enforcer for the King; killing the creatures that will bring on the endless night. Her wolf comes to her in disguise of a man; a man who Rachelle believes will do her no wrong. The… Continue reading Crimson Bound – Rosamund Hodge

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Cruel Beauty – Rosamund Hodge

Another retelling of Beauty and the Beast set in a fantasy world rather than within our own. On her seventeenth birthday, Nyx, is sent to marry her betrothed, the evil Ignifex who has cured her land and her people for the past nine hundred years. Her aim is to kill him but, in the process… Continue reading Cruel Beauty – Rosamund Hodge

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A Closed and Common Orbit – Becky Chambers

A book I bought last year but was unable to start due to travelling and the wedding; I was hesitant about starting it, worried that it would not, could not, live up to A Long Way to a Small Angry Planet. How wrong I was. A continuation of her first novel A Closed and Common… Continue reading A Closed and Common Orbit – Becky Chambers

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The Roanoke Girls – Amy Engel

THIS REVIEW WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK.   I will also add a trigger warning for this review as it contains sexual abuse.   After her mother commits suicide Lane is taken in by her grandparents on the family farm and soon has the loving family she has always wanted. With her… Continue reading The Roanoke Girls – Amy Engel

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Wintersong – S.Jae-Jones

Liesel has lived her life in the shadows, constantly looking out for her younger brother and trying to look after a sister who wants nothing more than to be who she is. In her youth Liesel played with her siblings in the groove near their house with a strange boy, known to many as the… Continue reading Wintersong – S.Jae-Jones

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The Vinyl Detective, The Run Out Groove – Andrew Cartmel

MILD SPOILERS FOR THE VINYL DECTECTIVE, WRITTEN IN DEAD WAX. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK. I received this book from Titan Books for an honest review. The second in The Vinyl Detective series which continues in near future after the first concluded. The Vinyl man (I think this is what I shall name him) has… Continue reading The Vinyl Detective, The Run Out Groove – Andrew Cartmel