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The Ghosts Around Me (An Aggie Greenwood Story Book 1)
The Ghosts Around Me (An Aggie Greenwood Story Book 1)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good read, 15 July 2014
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Nice short ghost story. Good for a rainy afternoon.


Seven Patients
Seven Patients
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5.0 out of 5 stars Really enjoyed, 15 July 2014
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I really enjoyed this. I found it well written and a real page turner. Read only if you like to read about the more disgusting medical procedures out there. The stories of the seven patients weave together in the most surprising ways, and each is almost a self contained 'episode'. Made me really think about the stresses and situations young doctors are put in every day.


Blood Bath (Seven Jack Nightingale Short Stories)
Blood Bath (Seven Jack Nightingale Short Stories)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good if you're a Leather fan, 15 July 2014
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I dithered between a three and four on this. It's a bit potluck, this collection. Some of the tales are well written, others, not so much. My biggest issue is with Mr Leather. He's a really good writer, his style is smooth and easy to read. Jack is a fantastic character, and the story is really good... but please, please edit your work thoroughly! I found some glaring errors that should have been caught. If you love Mr Leather's work, then chances are you'll like this collection, just turn a blind eye to mistakes.


Crimson Shore: The Gold Detectives I
Crimson Shore: The Gold Detectives I
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great read, 15 July 2014
Gillian Hamer has really cracked it with this detective novel. We start off in a old abandoned children's home and quickly move to Dara a DCI and head of an investigation of a new serial killer. The bodies are building up and with all the pressure he cracks, bringing down his personal life and threatening his career. Lots of twists and turns kept me turning pages and the ending was a brilliant surprise.


The Housemates: A Novel of Extreme Terror
The Housemates: A Novel of Extreme Terror
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5.0 out of 5 stars Page turner, 15 July 2014
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This book dragged me in and wouldn't let go. Read it over a couple of days and Mr Wright is responsible for some very late nights reading. I can really see this happening. Think Saw crossed with Big Brother TV show and you have Housemates. Recommended for extreme horror lovers.


Around Shetland: A Picture Guide
Around Shetland: A Picture Guide

5.0 out of 5 stars Nice collection of pictures, 15 July 2014
Lovely book of images from all over the islands. I've been doing research on them, and this has really helped.


Godcorp 2: The Light
Godcorp 2: The Light
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant!, 15 July 2014
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What a fantastic read. If you enjoyed Godcorp, you'll also like Godcorp 2. This isn't a rehash of the same story, it is a continuation of the tale of Lucius and Evie, with twists and turns galore. The world they live in is decadent and tumultuous, there are threats to their relationship, and bad things do happen - Lucius is the devil after all. No matter what he's trying to be, the past just keeps catching up with him. The book ends with a real cliff-hanger, and I am already eagerly awaiting number 3.


That'll Be The Day ((Pam Howes Rock'n'Roll Romance Series) Book 5)
That'll Be The Day ((Pam Howes Rock'n'Roll Romance Series) Book 5)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Must read the next one now..., 4 April 2014
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That’ll be the Day is a step back in time to a simpler world, where music ruled and there were values we have unfortunately forgotten today. Pam Howes makes you want to go back and relive the 60s, at least she did for me. The characters are all so real, I got really involved in the ups and downs in the lives of the teens. This ends ready for the next book, so beware you will want to read the next one straight away!
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Miami Mummies: A Wendy Darlin Comedy Mystery
Miami Mummies: A Wendy Darlin Comedy Mystery
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Marvelous mummies, 4 April 2014
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Only read if you've got a great sense of humour and intend to laugh out loud and embarrass yourself. Barbara Silkstone has a written another fantastic Wendy Darling caper. This is as sharp, witty, and fast-paced as all her books are. There is all the danger and intrigue that you'd expect, plus twists and turns in the tale to keep you guessing until the end, and what an end! With mummies and international thieves, plus the side plot of Hic and his wonderful spirit guide and don’t forget Kit and all his fantastic flamboyance, this is simply a must-read book.


Godcorp
Godcorp
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5.0 out of 5 stars Simply a brilliant read, 4 April 2014
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You can't go wrong with this book. There is sexy Evie, the devastating loss of her beloved Malcolm and her desperate need to bring him back from the great beyond. Then there is Lucias Devlin who is simply too perfect and charismatic for mankind. He decides to help her on her quest to bring back Malcolm, but exactly what is she getting herself into? This is a book begging to be a movie. Read it, love it, then wait on the edge of your seat for book 2...


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