11. October 2019
Before I Let You In by Jenny Blackhurst. This is a fabulous read for anyone who enjoys a psychological thriller. A compelling story with an unexpected twist at the end. I loved it!
04. October 2019
The Man Who Didn’t Call by Rosie Walsh. I really loved this book. It’s a beautifully written heartbreaking love-story that stayed with me for a long time.
10. September 2019
Book review: Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty. I thoroughly enjoyed this book! The characters are lovable and realistic and the setting interesting. I read this book in a single weekend, and it made me laugh and cry in equal measures.
04. September 2019
AN UNWANTED GUEST by SHARI LAPENA. The back of the book promises a vintage Agatha Christie read, and that is exactly what you get. I am a big fan of this genre, and loved this book. So clever, unputdownable and well plotted!
21. August 2019
OTHER PEOPLE’S SECRETS by LOUISE CANDLISH. A gripping tale of grief, love and family secrets set in the beautiful surroundings around Lake Orta in Italy. I found the story quite slow, yet engrossing and intriguing.
15. August 2019
The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren. Funny and charming. The perfect feel-good romantic novel to read on the beach.
13. August 2019
Shame on You by Amy Heydenrych. This is a very timely thriller about the dark side of social media. I thoroughly enjoyed the gritty and twisty plot!
09. August 2019
Book review: Cuckoo by Sophie Draper. I do love a dark story about an old spooky house and ancient family secrets coming to light. The ’Cuckoo’ has an extra layer of haunting fairy tales woven into the narrative, which I thought was genius and added to the creepiness. A great read with an unpredictable ending.
08. August 2019
Book review: OUR HOUSE by LOUISE CANDLISH I read this book in one weekend, just couldn’t put it down. Brilliant characters and plot and the ending took my breath away. I couldn’t start another book for a few days after reading 'Our House' as I needed some time to process the story.
28. July 2019
Book review: The Year I Met You by Cecilia Ahern. This is a moving feel-good read. I laughed and cried a lot as I followed the heroine's journey through a difficult and life-changing year.

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