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Shadows Of War (Traitors)
Shadows Of War (Traitors)
by Michael Ridpath
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £15.90

3.0 out of 5 stars A war no one wants to fight, 1 Sept. 2015
Shadows Of War is a spy novel during the phoney war of September 1939 - May 1940. The author Michael Ridpath tried to tamper with historical events as little as possible. How much of this novel is based on the truth? It's a fair question. Michael Ridpath answer this question in Shadows Of War. Micheal explains in this novel to the readers how he got the idea for this novel. If you love reading novels about the war you will love this .


Hostage
Hostage
by Kristina Ohlsson
Edition: Paperback
Price: £3.85

3.0 out of 5 stars recommend, 1 Sept. 2015
This review is from: Hostage (Paperback)
Hostage is a work of fiction. The story bears no resemblance to actual circumstances. The author Kristina Ohlsson writes fiction novels to entertain readers. On Flight 537 with four hundred passengers takes off from Stockholm, thirty feet up heading towards New York has a bomb threat on board. To add to matters the plane is running out fuel. Police cars and other emergency vehicles are lined up next to one of the runways. A whole fleet of ambulances and fire engines. No one knows how this drama will end.


Close Your Eyes (Joe O'loughlin 8)
Close Your Eyes (Joe O'loughlin 8)
by Michael Robotham
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £16.58

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A MUST BUY MUST READ, 31 Aug. 2015
Review by ireadnovels.wordpress.com
A real must buy must read. Once I started reading Close Your Eyes I could not stop. This is a superbly chilling new psychological thriller from one of most brilliant authors of today. Two victims, forty-three year old mother Elizabeth and daughter Harper Crowe nearly eighteen are found brutally murdered in their remote farm house. Horrific details of killings emerge Elizabeth was stabbed thirty-six times. Joe O'Loughlin a clinical psychologist views crime scenes differently from detectives he can look at photographs and piece together and he is called upon for his help. The story rides one bubble after the other. There is more to Elizabeth than any one could ever imagine. Elizabeth Crowe had been using a dating website to meet sexual partners. Honestly the pace and plot never flag. The investigation takes Joe O'Loughlin and the police with six prime suspects. Joe's home family life is upsetting with human suffering pushed to the limits. Close Your Eyes is putting out a hand to tug the reader in to murder and an heart-breaking scenes. A must buy must read.


Untouchable
Untouchable
by Ava Marsh
Edition: Paperback
Price: £3.85

5.0 out of 5 stars Amust buy must read, 30 Aug. 2015
This review is from: Untouchable (Paperback)
Review by ireadnovels.wordpress.com
A must buy must read

Ava Marsh and I share the same surname, and Ava grew up in Margate not far from where I live.
Imagine if Belle du Jour and Martina Cole teamed up to write a thriller together the result would be Untouchable, a dark and sexy thriller with flawed but likable heroine. The novel Untouchable is fast-paced, compelling and deserves to be a huge hit. The story of Untouchable is a gritty commercial thriller with an addictive blend of sex.
The story is based on considerable research into the oft ignored world of high-class escorting. Untouchable offers authentic and insight into a dangerous world intriguing world we are not often privy to. It challenges traditional cliches of the thriller genre, and highlights controversy surrounding feminism and the sex industry.
Attraction can be fatal when a call girl is murdered.
I really enjoyed reading Untouchable and I look forward to Ava Marsh next new pulse-pounding thriller novel.


Black Cairn Point
Black Cairn Point
by Claire McFall
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.99

5.0 out of 5 stars A great buy, 27 Aug. 2015
This review is from: Black Cairn Point (Paperback)
I can not believe how good Black Cairn Point is. Full marks to Claire McFall for playing with a few different ranges between styles to this creepy story. A group of friends all agree to go to Black Cairn Point for a camping holiday. While they are at the camping site they disturb a pagan burial site above the beach. Heather becomes certain that they have woken a malevolent spirit. Along the way the characters are captured in various different ways. Martin Robertson was the first of the group that just disappeared. Darren Gibson vanished from the cove when while he was collecting firewood with Emma. After Darren's disappearance Emma Collins had strange behaviour and then later she disappeared. The only two that are left in the group are Dougie and Hannah. Chaos is unleashed as Dougie disappears right in front of Hannah, but she can not save him.

Hannah is taken to Dr Petersen facility by court order where she is locked in a isolated room. Hannah wants everyone to know that a supernatural creature from hell took all her friends. But Dr Petersen wants to know what really happened. How did everyone disappear? It seemed like everyone was calling her insane, crazy or a murderer. Then Hannah finds out that Dougie was in a coma in hospital.

The questioned I asked myself is she really insane or a murderer? The story creates a delicious stir. I was eager to find out if everything that happened really did happen or was there really more to Hannah.

There is a twist that readers will not find until the very end.

It is so worth reading Black Cairn Point as it is with out question something that so very different.

A super buy. Black Cairn Point leaves you stunned and addicted with a great mixture of friendship, supernatural combined with a chilling atmospheric thriller.

I do hope all readers that take the chance to read this wonderful thriller enjoy it as much as I did.


As Black as Ebony (Snow White Trilogy)
As Black as Ebony (Snow White Trilogy)
by Salla Simukka
Edition: Paperback
Price: £7.99

5.0 out of 5 stars recommend buying, 26 Aug. 2015
Salla Simukka has wove her magic throughout As Black As Ebony. The story starts with sleet in early December. Lumikki has a new easy-going boyfriend Sampsa with an easy-going family. But Lumikki still dreams about her ex boyfriend Blaze. Some crazy stalker is carrying out some dark work of their own by sending Lumikki cruel notes that are simply signed Your admirer, your Shadow. Could she really have a stalker who is prepared to kill? I love how this story is so simple to follow that has love, chemistry, secrets and a thriller sequence through out. I highly recommend As Black As Ebony it is destined to be a big sensation with not only for young adults but all readers in general.
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A Very Big House in the Country
A Very Big House in the Country
by Claire Sandy
Edition: Paperback
Price: £3.85

4.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful story three families on holiday, 26 Aug. 2015
Holidays are all about finding someone to look after cat and the gerbils and the fish. The next step is to pack your suitcase and think nothing else but the fact you are going on holiday to relax and have a good time with all the family. We all rely on the good old satnav for directions. What we do not expect is too get lost at the eleventh hour. I have not read a book that has so much humour packed on every page. I could just imagine the setting for the Wellcome Manor in Devon with its pool. I loved all the characters with things that went on while they were all on holiday. But with three families sharing one very big house in the country and wine flowing it does have big complicated matters ahead for some of them.
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The Spider in the Corner of the Room
The Spider in the Corner of the Room
by Nikki Owen
Edition: Paperback
Price: £4.00

5.0 out of 5 stars A MUST BUY MUST READ, 26 Aug. 2015
Review by ireadnovels.wordpress.com
PART ONE OF THE PROJECT TRILOGY
Plastic surgeon Dr Maria Martinez from Salamanca Spain has Asperger's. She is convicted of killing a priest that she no memory of doing. While she is in Goldmouth prison Maria has to go through therapy. One of the most crucial tasks that Kurt tells Dr Maria is that the therapy is supposed to help you understand yourself, to feel better. Kurt wants to find out what Maria really remembers. What kept me reading was the curiosity of the story did Dr Maria Martinez really kill a the priest Father O'Donnell? And if she did how and why? While Maria Martinez is in prison she has therapy where she tells Kurt some dangerous secrets. But if Dr Maria Martinez was not telling the truth to Kurt about her family and about Father Reznik a family priest then her problems would seem to be high-class ones.
The big question I asked myself through out this gripping story is who do I really believe? At times this story was overwhelming with what Maria has gone through in life.
There were times I couldn't help myself feel so sorry for her.
Just as you think you may know how the story may end it becomes more and more twisted. The Spider in the Corner of the Room is a novel that is fresh clever and dark thriller that grips you from page one and doesn't let go. This is a must buy must read.


Speaking in Bones
Speaking in Bones
by Kathy Reichs
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £9.00

4.0 out of 5 stars Quite enjoyed it, 23 Aug. 2015
This review is from: Speaking in Bones (Hardcover)
Speaking in Bones by Kathy Reichs is my first novel by the author and I quite enjoyed it.
Since Cora Teague was never officially reported missing, her case got zero media coverage. Eighteen year old Cora Teague ran away with out a mobile phone. Cora Teague family believe that she off with her boyfriend. Events unfold further as an amateur detective convinced she has identified remains in Dr Tempe's lab. There is a tape recording of a woman tortured by a monster. As Dr Tempe Brennan investigates further she finds herself being involved in a case more complicated and horrifying than she could have ever have imagined


The Quality of Silence
The Quality of Silence
by Rosamund Lupton
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £7.00

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I related to this story, 23 Aug. 2015
This review is from: The Quality of Silence (Hardcover)
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Being myself slighty deaf in one ear since the age of about 8 due to an ear infection, I found that I could easy relate to the young daughter in the story Ruby being deaf.
I have read all of Rosamund Lupton's books and enjoyed them all. I totally loved this unusual story as a whole, the characters, the story line with Ruby being deaf and the unusual setting of the places events took place.
Ruby and her mother Yasmin Alfredson had travelled to Alaska to meet Ruby’s dad at the Fairbanks airport. Deaf Ruby knew it would be really cold and super-quite with thousands of miles of snow and with hardly any people. As soon as Yasmin and Ruby arrived at the airport there was no sign of Ruby’s dad. Lieutenant Reeve meets Yasmin and explains to her that he has records of all foreign nationals working in Alaska and that a catastrophic fire happened in Anaktue and that no one survived including Ruby’s dad. Yasmin refuses to accept that Ruby’s father is dead and sets out on a long track of a journey in the top freezing temperatures to find him.


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