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Book 196: Déjà Vu by Ian Hocking

Déjà Vu by Ian Hocking

Finished reading on December 20th ,2015

Rating: 7/10

Time-travel at the last minute, planting chips in people’s brains and solving murder cases plus lots of lucky escapes – those would be the important parts of this story that starts with someone in a fridge. 129 more words

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Review of Ian Hocking's Saskia Brandt Series

Ian Hocking’s Saskia Brandt series was originally self-published, but has recently been acquired by a small publisher known as Unsung Stories that is an imprint of Red Squirrel Publishing and is based in London. Read More

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DEJA VU by Ian Hocking

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley
in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!

The story opens with Saskia Brandt arriving at the EU Federal Office of Investigation building close by the Brandenberg Gate in Berlin in September 2023 after returning by Eurostar from a trip to London where she broke up with her English boyfriend Simon. 659 more words

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Review for Red Star Falling by Ian Hocking

My Rating: 3.5/5
Author: Ian Hocking
Title: Red Star Falling
Genre: Novella/Science Fiction


**SPOILERS FOR THE AMBER ROOMS, DÉJÀ VU, and FLASHBACK BY IAN HOCKING** 224 more words

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Free Download of Deja Vu

Deja Vu is currently free for download on Amazon.co.uk

This is a limited time offer, according to Ian Hocking. If you would like to download this, here’s a quick link to the book: … 95 more words

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