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In Her Shadow – Mark Edwards

I received a free copy of this book in return for an honest review. *** In Her Shadow is about two sisters, Jessica and Isabel. Jessica is younger: the quieter, less successful sister. She is the mother of two children, happily married and living on a quiet housing estate in Beckenham. Four years ago, Isabel –… Continue reading In Her Shadow – Mark Edwards

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The Silent Patient – Alex Michaelides

I received this book from the publisher in return for an honest review. Alicia is silent. After being found next to her husband’s body she hasn’t spoken a single word but there is one person who believes he can help her, Theo, a forensic psychotherapist, thinks he will be able to make her talk and… Continue reading The Silent Patient – Alex Michaelides

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Arrowood – Mick Finlay

He’s the man you go to when you can’t afford Sherlock Holmes. He’s the man you go to when no one else will listen. He’s named Arrowood, and he wants to be paid. Set in Victorian London Arrowood is meant to be the alternative to Sherlock Holmes. Instead of relying on facts and deducting conclusions,… Continue reading Arrowood – Mick Finlay

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Caraval – Stephanie Garber

This book received so much hype I couldn’t help but buy a copy. Caraval is the place where magic comes to life and each time one is held the master of the experience will grant the winner one wish. Caraval hasn’t performed in years to Scarlett’s disappointment, wanting to escape a life with her father… Continue reading Caraval – Stephanie Garber

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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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The Vinyl Detective, Written in Dead Wax – Andrew Cartmel

I received this book from Titan Books for an honest review. The Vinyl Detective is a very British character; charity shops during the week and hitting the car boot sales on the weekends, he knows where to search to find the valuable records. When things are looking quite grim for him he receives a knock… Continue reading The Vinyl Detective, Written in Dead Wax – Andrew Cartmel