Lynne Benton

Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (74 of 81)
Location: Bath, Somerset United Kingdom


Top Reviewer Ranking: 61,133 - Total Helpful Votes: 74 of 81
Dead and Buried (Murder Notebooks) by Anne Cassidy
I have found this whole series of four books really gripping and this, the last in the series, fulfilled its promise of finally solving the mystery of what happened to Rose's and Josh's parents, who had disappeared five years previously, leaving no trace. Despite being repeatedly warned off and threatened, Rose and Josh are still desperate to find out what happened to them. Their search has put several lives, including their own, in danger, and tragedy is waiting to strike, but they know they are getting closer. There are, however, many more twists and turns in this book before they, and we, find out the truth.
Amber by Julie Sykes
Amber by Julie Sykes
I found this book fascinating and very exciting. From the very beginning it hooked me in with its premise of Amber waking up in hospital with no memory of who she was or where she'd come from. As the story unfolds we gradually discover more and more unusual things about her, until at last we discover the truth. Highly recommended.
How The Light Gets In (A Chief Inspector Gamache M&hellip by Louise Penny
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I am so very glad I discovered this series - having read them all in order (essential!)I have thoroughly enjoyed every one. Before reading them I knew very little about Quebec and its surroundings, but I now feel as if I know everyone in the tiny village of Three Pines, as well as Chief Inspector Gamache and his family, and I don't want to lose them. This last book in the series so far was exceptionally brilliant, and tied up all the loose ends left from the other books. Please don't let it be the last we hear of Chief Inspector Gamache!

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