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Review: The Summer Children by Dot Hutchison

2018: Book 50
Title: The Summer Children
Author: Dot Hutchison
Rating: 4 / 5

On returning home from a night out, Agent Mercedes Ramirez is shocked to find a young boy sitting on her porch, covered in blood and clutching a teddy bear. 460 more words

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Review: The Story Keeper by Anna Mazzola

2018: Book 47
Title: The Story Keeper
Author: Anna Mazzola
Rating: 4 / 5
On Sale: 26th July 2018

Inspired by The West Ham Vanishings, a true event that took place in Victorian England, The Story Keeper by Anna Mazzola is a wonderfully atmospheric novel that combines superstition and folklore with a nicely crafted mystery. 344 more words

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Book Review: Call Me By Your Name by Andre Aciman

Published in 2007

248 pages

4 out of 5 stars

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Call Me by Your Name is the story of a sudden and powerful romance that blossoms between an adolescent boy and a summer guest at his parents’ cliff-side mansion on the Italian Riviera. 476 more words

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Review: Motherland by G. D. Abson

2018: Book 39
Title: Motherland
Author: G. D. Abson
Rating: 4 / 5

Introducing the fearless and intriguing Captain Natalya Ivanova, G.D. Abson’s Motherland is the first in a new crime series set in Putin’s contemporary Russia. 343 more words

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Review: The Good Son by You-jeong Jeong

2018: Book 37
Title: The Good Son
Author: You-jeong Jeong
Rating: 4 / 5

Based on a true story and described as ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ meets ‘The Bad Seeds,’ The Good Son by best-selling Korean author You-Jeong Jeong is an addictive, slow-burning psychological thriller that gripped me from the first page. 330 more words

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Review: The Missing Girl by Jenny Quintana

2018: Book 31
Title: The Missing Girl
Author: Jenny Quintana
Rating: 4 / 5

This wonderfully written debut novel by Jenny Quintana is about the disappearance of fifteen-year-old Gabriella Flores, in the autumn of 1982, told between a split timeline by her sister, Anna. 605 more words

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ARC Review: LifeL1K3 by Jay Kristoff

*I read this June 2018 and reviewed it then. I read it as an arc, and as always this is my honest opinion.

I honestly didn’t know what I was expecting when I started reading this. 486 more words

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