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The Ones You Trust – Review

⭐⭐⭐.5 by Carolie Overington Excerpt   ‘Kids get lost in shopping centres all the time, which maybe explains why nobody was all that worried when they saw a small child standing alone…’  What is The Ones You Trust  about?    Successful talk show host, Emma Cardwell, is juggling pressure at work as viewership declines, and her role as mother of three children. She gets a horrible […]

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The Confession

by Jo Spain  A Book Reviewery review of The Confession    We’re rating The Confession 4 mugs.  Worth a read.  Excerpt  ‘… Harry turned to me, completely bewildered. Then my husband stood up, his body faster than his brain, a mammal reacting to this peculiar invasion of our space. His mouth was just opening to form the first indignant question when the man swung the golf […]

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Pretty Ugly Lies

by Pamela Crane A Book Reviewery review of Pretty Ugly Lies .5 We’re rating Pretty Ugly Lies 3.5 mugs. Worth a read. Excerpt …’All these beautiful things I’d spent a lifetime accumulating, putting into just the right place, tending to with dust cloths and lemon-scented cleaner, suddenly it all felt so meaningless’… What is Pretty Ugly Lies […]

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Lies

by T.M. Logan 4 mugs – yep, we were up all night to find out what happened! Excerpt ‘She was with someone. a man, talking in animated fashion. Something made me stop. I knew the guy she was talking to…’ What is Lies about? Joe Lynch trusts his wife. He is content with their family, their […]

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It ends with her

by Brianna Labuskes … and a half! So that’s three mugs, and a piccolo. It’s 3.5 mugs from the Book Reviewery. Can you hear the ceramic clinking of cheers? Excerpt ‘It had been more than a year since the bastard had first started contacting them with his mocking Polaroids and pretty postcards of unfamiliar places […]

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An Unwanted Guest

by Shari Lapena It’s 4 mugs of brewed, caffeinated goodness from the Book Reviewery – you’ll want to keep reading An Unwanted Guest to find out what happens. Excerpt ‘Finally, she slips uneasily towards sleep. As she drifts off, she thinks she hears a scream, somewhere far away.’ What is ‘An unwanted guest’ about? Mitchell’s […]

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Bring Me Back

B. A. Paris  The book Reviewery gives 5 mugs – you’ll be up all night reading. Excerpt ‘It must have been only a couple of minutes before I began to worry. It didn’t feel right that she hadn’t appeared yet….’ What is ‘Bring me back’ about? Finn has moved on more than 10 years after his […]

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The Killing Type

Jane Corry Excerpt ‘I need to talk to you. It’s about Simon.’    What is ‘The killing type’ about  This breakneck short story draws you into the lives of Danielle and Suzie, who – despite being sisters – are not close. Susie is weighed down with the responsibility of caring for their mother, while Danielle is busy with her […]

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Those other women

Nicola Moriarty Which side will you chose? The Moriarty sisters have a knack for relatable, gritty plots that pull you in from the very beginning.  After Poppy’s husband and her best friend come clean about an affair they’ve been having – and their intention to continue their relationship – Poppy is lost, preparing to start her life again. She […]

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