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A Treacherous Likeness (Charles Maddox 3) by Lynn Shepherd
2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A Treacherous Likeness was my first read of Lynn Shepherd's, proving that this book could be enjoyed as a stand alone novel. Historical novels are not really by read of choice, but I was soon immersed back in time, and could really see, taste and smell the buildings, settings and characters.
The detail in Lynn's writing is superb, and the background work to her books must take an age to compile, but this leads to a delicious mix of excellent characters and numerous twists and turns to keep the pages turning !
I will be lucky enough to meet Lynn later in the year at an event in Birmingham [...] and this novel has really made me want to read more historical work.
Killing Cupid & Catch Your Death Pack by Mark Edwards
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Louise and Mark have excelled again! A superb thriller, that keeps the reader guessing right until the last chapter. Some brilliant, chilling twists and turns, that result in a real rollercoaster ride of a read. This tale could be adapted easily onto the small screen, and it would be a 'must watch'!
Working Girls (Unabridged) by Maureen Carter
Working Girls (Unabridged) by Maureen Carter
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
After picking up the book Working Girls in the local library last year, I was thrilled to bits that it was being made available as a download. Francis Barber was an absolute perfect choice for the narrator of this tale, with just the right tempo and attitude for the story to be engaging, as well as compelling. Maureen's creation, Bev Morriss, is the no nonsense cop who you could easily see on the small screen, and would knock Cracker and Prime Suspect into a cocked hat. I can't wait to see it!

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