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Book Thoughts: A is for Alibi

I’m a huge fan of book sales, fairs, bargain bins and any place or event where secondhand books are sold. There are some established authors in various genres with established followings that are always on the shelves, like David Baldacci, Danielle Steele, James Patterson, Stephen King, Mercedes Lackey etc. 1,371 more words


Under the Harrow ... a review

This book by Flynn Berry was a quick read. I picked it up because it was on a list with Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train… 209 more words

In Between 'heavy' Books

The Girl who Takes an Eye for an Eye ... a review

This book is the latest in the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Millennium) series. Of course, since the original author died suddenly, the farnchise has been picked up by David Lagercrantz. 191 more words


The Girlfriend ... a review

It seems to me like after the success of Gone Girl followed by The Girl on the Train, psychological thrillers are everywhere. Not a bad thing, I say, I have read a few this year and for the most part, really enjoyed them. 216 more words

In Between 'heavy' Books

Sunrise in Luz

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Caught in a Trap

Early morning. At Castlefield Basin in Manchester an Elvis impersonator finds a body on his narrowboat. A knife is sticking out of the man’s abdomen. Fingerprints on the knife are not a match to Elvis. 51 more words

Cause of Death - Peter Ritchie

Published: 14th September 2017 (Black & White Publishing)

DCI Grace Macallan’s career has hit a serious roadblock. When a covert police operation in Northern Ireland goes badly wrong, she’s faced with a painful decision – lie to save a young officer’s career or tell the truth and ruin her own reputation. 560 more words

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