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Bad Apples by JJ Marsh @JJMarsh1 #bookreview #MondayBlogs #amreading

A satisfying, delightful, engaging read Regular readers of my book reviews will know I’m a big fan of crime writer JJ Marsh. So my expectations were high when I came to read Bad Apples, the sixth and final book in the DI Beatrice Stubbs series. My high expectations were more than met but I was… Continue reading Bad Apples by JJ Marsh @JJMarsh1 #bookreview #MondayBlogs #amreading

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It’s Who We Are by Christine Webber @1chriswebber #bookreview #MondayBlogs #amreading

An entertaining, interesting and satisfying read As promised in my previous post where I interviewed author, Christine Webber, here is my review of her new novel It’s Who We Are. From the back cover: Five friends in their fifties find themselves dealing with unforeseen upheaval as they uncover long-hidden and devastating family secrets. Meanwhile, the… Continue reading It’s Who We Are by Christine Webber @1chriswebber #bookreview #MondayBlogs #amreading

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Book Review: tearing at thoughts by Andy Harrod

Poignant, heart rending and thought provoking writing. I first read and reviewed the original, online only, edition of this book several years ago. And now there’s a second edition – this time available in print and the author has added some new material. I loved it first time around and I love this version even… Continue reading Book Review: tearing at thoughts by Andy Harrod

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26 Books in 2017: Book 4

Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner – a subtle and different take on the police procedural. The fourth post in the 26-books-in-52-weeks challenge has to be about a book published within the last year. Of course, I’ve already reviewed several excellent books from this category as part of my usual book posts here. But rather than… Continue reading 26 Books in 2017: Book 4