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Watching You by Michael Robotham

Watching You is another fast and enjoyable read by Michael Robotham, although I wasn’t as tempted to stay up all night reading this as I have been with some of his other books. 253 more words

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Unknown Enemy*

There are a number of ways to build tension and suspense in a crime novel. And that suspense is an important part of keeping the novel engaging for readers. 963 more words

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Book Review: The Secrets She Keeps by Michael Robotham

The first book I read for the 50 Book Pledge Challenge was Michael Robotham’s novel The Secrets She Keeps. This book was lent to me with the adviso that the book was ‘gooood!’ and his best novel yet. 269 more words

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BOOKS OF THE YEAR 2017 ... Best thriller

What constitutes a thriller? I suppose that could be one of those ‘how long is a piece of string questions’. I would hope that any crime novel worth its salt would be ‘thrilling’ in some shape or form, but for the sake of clarity, I’m excluding books which rely heavily for their impact on police investigations, or are given added ambience by an historical setting. 432 more words

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Book Review: The Secrets She Keeps by Michael Robotham

Title: The Secrets She Keeps

Author:  Michael Robotham

Published: July 11th 2017

Publisher: Hachette Australia

Pages: 352

Genres:  Fiction, Crime, Mystery, Psychological, Suspense, Thriller

RRP:  1,136 more words

2017 Reviews

The Secrets She Keeps – Michael Robotham

This is one of those psychological thrillers that is designed to keep you on your toes with the story of two pregnant women.

Agatha is working in the local supermarket when she spies one of the customers Meghan meeting with the other local mothers, ones like her who go to yoga and meet for coffee. 507 more words

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This Week in Books (September 27)


Hosted by Lipsy Lost & Found my Wednesday post gives you a taste of what I am reading this week. A similar meme is run by… 499 more words

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