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Review: The Girl in the Red Coat by Kate Hamer

Book release date: 24 February 2015 Book blurb: She is the missing girl. But she doesn’t know she’s lost. Carmel Wakeford becomes separated from her mother at a local children’s festival, and is found by a man who claims to be her estranged grandfather. He tells her that her mother has had an accident andContinue reading “Review: The Girl in the Red Coat by Kate Hamer”

Review: Fortitude by Bruce Daisley

Book release date: 25 August 2022 Book blurb: Resilience is the buzzword of the moment. We’re told that if we have it, our lives will be happy and successful ones. If we don’t, we need to acquire it. But what if the version of resilience we’ve been peddled is a myth? Here, Sunday Times bestsellingContinue reading “Review: Fortitude by Bruce Daisley”

Review: Those People Next Door by Kia Abdullah

Book release date: 19 January 2023 Book blurb: You can choose your house. Not your neighbours. WELCOME TO YOUR DREAM HOME… Salma Khatun is extremely hopeful about Blenheim, the safe suburban development to which she, her husband and their son have just moved. Their family is in desperate need of a fresh start, and BlenheimContinue reading “Review: Those People Next Door by Kia Abdullah”

Review: The Next to Die by Elliot Sweeney

Book release date: 2 February 2023 Book blurb: Dylan Kasper is stuck. Living in self-imposed reclusion from his former life in the police, he’s been in a downward spiral since his daughter’s death five years ago. All that changes when the son of an esteemed professor jumps under an inner-city train. His former colleagues callContinue reading “Review: The Next to Die by Elliot Sweeney”

Review: All the Dangerous Things by Stacy Willingham

Book release date: 26 January 2023 Book blurb: Today is day 364. 364 days since my last night of sleep. 364 days since my son, Mason, was taken from his bed. The police have stopped looking. My husband wants me to move on. But I need to keep his story alive. Someone knows what happenedContinue reading “Review: All the Dangerous Things by Stacy Willingham”

Review: The Second Stranger by Martin Griffin

Book release date: 19 January 2023 Book blurb: Remie Yorke has one shift left at the Mackinnon Hotel in the remote Scottish Highlands before she leaves for good. Then Storm Ezra hits. As temperatures plummet and phone lines go down, an injured man stumbles inside. PC Don Gaines was in a terrible accident on theContinue reading “Review: The Second Stranger by Martin Griffin”

Review: Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch

Book release date: 10 January 2011 Book blurb: My name is Peter Grant, and I used to be a probationary constable in that mighty army for justice known to all right-thinking people as the Metropolitan Police Service, and to everyone else as the Filth. My story really begins when I tried to take a witnessContinue reading “Review: Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch”

Review: Final Girls by Riley Sager

Book release date: 13 July 2017 Book blurb: Three girls. Three tragedies. One unthinkable secret. The media calls them the Final Girls – Quincy, Sam, Lisa – the infamous group that no one wants to be part of. The sole survivors of three separate killing sprees, they are linked by their shared trauma. But whenContinue reading “Review: Final Girls by Riley Sager”

Review: The Cloisters by Katy Hays

Book release date: 19 January 2023 Book blurb: Ann Stilwell arrives in New York City, hoping to spend her summer working at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Instead, she is assigned to The Cloisters, a gothic museum and garden renowned for its medieval and Renaissance collections. There she is drawn into a small circle ofContinue reading “Review: The Cloisters by Katy Hays”

Review: The Library Suicides by Fflur Dafydd

Book release date: 19 January 2023 Book blurb: You can get in. But you can’t get out. Welcome to the library… Twins Ana and Nan are lost after the death of their mother. Everyone knows who drove Elena, the renowned novelist, to suicide – her long-term literary critic, Eben. But the twins need proof ifContinue reading “Review: The Library Suicides by Fflur Dafydd”