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‘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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‘Her Name Was Rose,’ by Claire Allan: Book Review

Star Rating: ★★★✰✰ Emily could never have imaged that letting a woman step out of the lift ahead of her would have such an impact on her life. As she watched the woman get hit by a speeding car and die instantly, she could never have thought how much this woman would affect her.

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‘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.

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‘Baby Teeth’, by Zoje Stage: Book Review

Star rating: ★★★★✰ Zoje Stage’s debut novel Baby Teeth is a disturbingly entertaining look at being a mother to a problem child.

Suzette wants to be a loving mother to her daughter Hanna. She wants nothing more than to have a happy and functional family.

But Hanna has other ideas.

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Book Review: ‘The House’, by Simon Lelic

Jack and Sydney have just bought their first house. They were shocked when they're offer was accepted, especially considering how many people were at the viewing. But they don't question it. The only catch is that they get all of the junk that the previous owner left in the house as well, but cleaning it all away is a small price to pay for their dream home.

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‘Where She Went’, by B.E Jones: Book Review

Melanie Black has woken up in a strange man’s bed. It’s not necessarily an unusual occurrence, but when he completely ignores her she starts to get worried. Her concern is made even worse when the man’s wife comes into the room, and also completely ignores her. She soon comes to realise what’s going on. She’s dead. And she has woken up in the house of her murderer.