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The Darkest Web

The message at the top had an all-caps subject line: MAY NEED CRIMINAL REPRESENTAITON…   ‘The Darkest Web’ -Kristin Wright A legal thriller that explores old friendships and hidden motives  the book reviewery Genres   Legal thriller  Crime  Mystery   TRIGGER WARNINGS: Child abuse (physical and sexual).   What is The Darkest Web about?  When […]

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The Night Shift

by Alex Finlay A taste of 90’s nostalgia with a modern twist   Excerpt The sheep spends its life worried about the wolf, only to be eaten by the farmer.  -The Night Shift, Alex Finlay Genres Crime Mystery Thriller Police Procedural What’s The Night Shift about?  Opening on New Year’s Eve 1999, when Y2K was […]

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The Maid

by Nita Prose EXCERPT ‘No one is too high or too low for common courtesy.’ -The Maid   ⭐⭐⭐1/2 What’s ‘The Maid’ about?  25-year-old Molly Maid, is struggling with the recent loss of her closest relative, her gran. Without her gran to help her with social cues, Molly struggles to understand social context and expectations […]

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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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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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