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3-Star Reviews, Books & Reviews

‘Someone You Know,’ by Olivia Isaac-Henry: Book Review

Star Rating: ★★★✰✰ Tess Piper has spent the last 20 years trying to convince herself that her twin sister is alive. Edie went missing when they were both 14 years old, and with no leads and no suspects, the case had gone cold, but Tess couldn’t bring herself to think of her sister as dead. Until she gets a phone call from her father telling her that Edie’s body has been found and she must come home.

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4-Star Reviews, Books & Reviews

‘In Safe Hands,’ by J.P. Carter: Book Review

Star Rating: ★★★★✰ In South London, nine children attend their nursery school as normal. But the day is plunged into disaster when three armed men enter the school and take the children hostage, locking the teachers in a room, one with severe head wounds.

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3-Star Reviews, Books & Reviews

‘One Little Lie’, by Sam Carrington: Book Review

One Little Lie asks the question ‘does a mother ever really know their child?’ It follows the journey of two mothers who have lost their sons, one to murder, and one to prison.
Alice is the mother of a killer. Her son is in prison for murder and she bears the guilt of someone who blames herself. Her support group for parents with troubled children can only help so much. She knows only the forgiveness of one woman will alleviate her guilt.

3-Star Reviews, Books & Reviews

‘Fiction Can Be Murder,’ by Becky Clark: Book Review

Star Rating: ★★★✰✰

A murder-mystery where the main character (and suspect) is a murder-mystery writer, you say? Count me in!
Mystery writer Charlee Russo is having a fairly normal day, or so she thinks. A phone call to say her agent is dead rocks her world in more ways than she could have imagined.

1-Star Reviews, Books & Reviews

‘The Man On The Middle Floor’, by Elizabeth S. Moore: Book Review

Star Rating: ★✰✰✰✰
Three people living in the same building but barely knowing of each other’s existence. Karen is a doctor and researcher, doing a study on the rising rates of autism. Tam has just lost his job as a policeman and now spends his days between takeaway containers and whiskey bottles. Nick is trying to live independently with his Asperger’s but has to deal with visits from his grandfather disrupting his routine.

5-Star Reviews, Books & Reviews

‘The Seven and a Half Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle,’ by Stuart Turton: Book Review

Star Rating: ★★★★★

Aiden Bishop wakes up in someone else's body in the middle of the forest, with no idea where, or in fact who, he is. What he does know is that Anna is in trouble and he has to help her.

3-Star Reviews, Books & Reviews

‘Running in The Dark,’ by Sam Reaves: Book Review

Star Rating: ★★★✰✰ A tragic event leads Abby Markstein to leave her life in Manhattan behind for the quiet and tranquility of Lewisburg, Indiana. She knows she’s probably just hiding from her problems, but for the time being she’s okay with it.