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She Chose Me by Tracey Emerson

I was sent a copy of the new novel, She Chose Me by Tracey Emerson, by the publishers Legend and have read the book. I now provide an honest review for this debut psycholgical thriller. There are two main protagonists, Grace and Cassie. Grace has returned to the UK after working abroad for many years …

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Writing the Brotherhood by guest author Jo Fenton

I am delighted to host my friend and fellow author, Jo Fenton on my blog today. She has recently published her brilliant debut novel, The Brotherhood. Over to you, Jo! Let me take you back to a morning in October 2011… There’s the usual scrum in the kitchen, hubby making his breakfast and washing up; …

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Death Wish by Linda Huber

I have enjoyed each book I have read by Linda Huber and when I treated myself to Death Wish, I was looking forward to it. I was not disappointed! It is an excellent pyschological thriller.  The story revolves around two neighbouring households, each has their own issues. Their problems become increasingly interwoven througout the book …

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The Brotherhood: A Psychological Thriller by J.L.Fenton

I recently had an opportunity to read The Brotherhood: A Psychological Thriller by J.L.Fenton. She is a new author to me and I do enjoy exploring the work of different authors. Also, readers of this blog will be aware that crime thrillers are my favourite genre. This book had me hooked from the very beginning: …

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The Silence by Katharine Johnson

I very rarely make new year resolutions, but this year I made one that I think will be easy to keep: I plan to read more books by authors with whose work I am unfamiliar. I am so glad I did: I have found a real winner in The Silence by Katharine Johnson. The Silence …

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I See You by Clare Mackintosh

Recently, when I was on my travels, I found a book my husband had been looking for, so I bought it and, as I had the opportunity to buy another book for half price, I chose I See You by Clare Mackintosh.  Clare Mackintosh is a British author from Bristol. She, like novelist Karen Campbell, …

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Burning Air by Erin Kelly

Erin Kelly is one of my favourite authors. I frst met her a couple of years ago when she was tutoring at Swanwick Writers’ Summer School. She is an excellent tutor and wrote one of my favourite novels, The Poison Tree, which is reveiwed on this site at https://bookreviewstoday.info/2016/10/11/the-poison-tree-by-erin-kelly/ as is her novel, The Ties That …

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Sister, Sister by Sue Fortin reviewed by guest author Lance Greenfield

This article was first published on 5 March 2017 at https://lancegreenfield.wordpress.com/2017/03/05/review-sister-sister/. I was excited when I started reading this book. It has so many really good reviews. Unfortunately, it didn’t live up to my expectations. As a psychological thriller, it is OK, and I enjoyed reading it. However, many of the twists and turns were predictable. …

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The Ties That Bind by Erin Kelly

I met Erin Kelly for the first time last summer when I attended The Swanwick Writers’ Summer School at which she led an excellent course. I enjoyed the summer school and you can read my review about it at bookreviewstoday.info/2015/11/15/swanwick-writers-summer-school-2015/. Erin Kelly is a very impressive tutor. I like her style and her approach to writing, …

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