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Sewing the Shadows Together
Sewing the Shadows Together
Price: £2.60

5.0 out of 5 stars A beautifully written tale of tragic secrets, 8 Oct. 2016
What a fantastic book. I loved the setting, the characters, the heartbreaking story behind it all and the beautiful way that it was written. There was a soft, rhythmic nature to it all, from the style and the language and to the way it all unfolded, and the burgeoning love affair was a joy to read amongst the painful darkness that surrounded the characters. Excellent observations, and I found myself relating to so many elements. I hope the author is working on something new. Hard to believe this was a debut.


The Hope That Kills (A DI Fenchurch Novel Book 1)
The Hope That Kills (A DI Fenchurch Novel Book 1)
Price: £3.98

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dark and disturbing, 5 Oct. 2016
Burrito-loving DI Fenchurch is investigating the death of a young woman while trying to deal with the disappearance of his own daughter and the breakdown of his marriage. Written in a clean, punchy style I found this to be a cleverly woven tale with a genuinely disturbing reveal that I couldn't get out of my mind. Looking forward to the next in the series.


The Stepmother: A gripping psychological thriller with a killer twist
The Stepmother: A gripping psychological thriller with a killer twist
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic, 25 July 2016
A refreshingly different take on the psychological thriller/family drama with a cast of expertly drawn characters and lots of twists and turns. I loved this.


Vanishing Point: A Short Mexican Yoga Mystery (Kindle Single)
Vanishing Point: A Short Mexican Yoga Mystery (Kindle Single)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant, 10 July 2016
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An excellent short story by a writer who is fast becoming one of my favourites. This is about a rather dodgy sounding yoga retreat, and one man’s search for answers surrounding the death of his wife. Told with Pembrey’s characteristic wit and dark humour, not to mention his wonderful use of language, this is yet another tale that oozes so much authenticity that you just KNOW the author has spent time in a place like this. Brilliant.


I'm Thinking of Ending Things
I'm Thinking of Ending Things
Price: £7.49

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Creepy and clever, 9 July 2016
This is one of those books that you will easily read in one sitting. Not just because it is short (it is more of a novella than a novel) but because it is creepy, tense, intriguing and disturbing. Also, did I say clever? Very, very clever.


Exposure: The Most Provocative Thriller You'll Read All Year
Exposure: The Most Provocative Thriller You'll Read All Year
Price: £4.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Something different for crime fans, 16 Jun. 2016
I loved Untouchable and I couldn't wait to read Ava Marsh's second book - and I wasn't disappointed! Set in the porn industry, it obviously features a fair amount of sex, but it's so much more than that. The main character, Leanne, gets involved in nude modelling to pay off some debts, and before you know it she has tumbled down the rabbit hole and got herself involved with some shady characters... and with several of her porn star colleagues going missing, she's worried that she might be next. A fantastic, gripping read. Highly recommended.


Behind Closed Doors: The gripping psychological thriller everyone is raving about
Behind Closed Doors: The gripping psychological thriller everyone is raving about
Price: £3.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it, 22 April 2016
Very dark, very clever, completely gripping and brilliantly written. Some real oh-my-god moments. Loved it.


Between You and Me: The bestselling psychological thriller with a twist you won't see coming
Between You and Me: The bestselling psychological thriller with a twist you won't see coming
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fab, 22 April 2016
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Almost impossible to say anything without spoilers - all I can say is don't read any reviews, just read it! Fab.


Bad Samaritan
Bad Samaritan
by Michael J. Malone
Edition: Paperback
Price: £8.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stunning, 21 April 2016
This review is from: Bad Samaritan (Paperback)
I’ve only read one of Malone’s books before – the excellent Beyond The Rage, featuring Kenny O’Neill. This book is part of the Ray McBain series (also featuring O’Neill), and at first it seems to be a fairly straightforward procedural – a girl has been murdered… and there’s a creepy killer on the loose. BUT this book is so much more than that. McBain and O’Neill are fantastic characters, as are the whole plethora of supporting cast. I flew through this, thinking I had it all worked out, and then… I didn’t. With some excellent twists and turns and an ending that will leave you quite literally stunned, this is one to seek out. Fast.


Viral
Viral
by Helen FitzGerald
Edition: Paperback
Price: £10.49

5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic, 21 April 2016
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This is the story of Su-Jin, who after being coerced into a trip to Magaluf with her sister, ends up doing something that is set to ruin not only her own life, but that of her high-profile mother, and destroy the family as a whole. Based on the controversial first line (which you’ll have to discover for yourself) the rest of the book came as a bit of a surprise. Fitzgerald’s trademark caustic wit prevails, and yet it is really a story about discovery, about finding out who you really are. Although devastating in parts, it is an expertly written, cautionary tale and it more than deserves to go the way of its title. Fantastic.


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