Tag: Crime

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Mini Reviews: ‘The Doll House’ and ‘The Housekeeper’

Mini Reviews: ‘The Doll House’ and ‘The Housekeeper’

I really have been on a roll with the thrillers lately! I didn’t enjoy The Doll House by Phoebe Morgan or The Housekeeper by Suellen Dainty as much as I enjoyed The Girlfriend and The Couple Next Door, but they were still great reads. Find out more below! The Doll House by Phoebe Morgan ‘This time the recognition is faster, the image pops straight into my head. It is… Read more »

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5 Genres I’d Like To Read More Often

5 Genres I’d Like To Read More Often

I think as bookworms we all have at least a couple of genres that we mostly stick in, and the big one for me is fantasy. There’s just something about kings and queens, and dragons, and magic, and sword-fights that I just can’t get enough of, and this has pretty much been the case since childhood when I became obsessed… Read more »

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Mini Reviews: ‘I Let You Go’ and ‘I See You’

Mini Reviews: ‘I Let You Go’ and ‘I See You’

Lately I’ve been loving crime and thriller novels, and two of my absolute favourites have been by Claire Mackintosh: I Let You Go and I See You. Neither of them took me longer than a couple of days to read, I was so eager to know what happened next, and I would recommend them to anyone who enjoys crime fiction. Check out my full… Read more »

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Review: Second Life by S.J. Watson

Review: Second Life by S.J. Watson

‘We’re constantly changing facts, rewriting history to make things easier, to make them fit in with our preferred version of events. We do it automatically. We invent memories. Without thinking. If we tell ourselves something happened often enough we start to believe it, and then we can actually remember it.’ As a general rule, I don’t consider myself to be… Read more »

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Review: The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins

Review: The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins

‘”When did you become so weak?” I don’t know. I don’t know where that strength went, I don’t remember losing it. I think that over time it got chipped away, bit by bit, by life, by the living of it.’ I finally got around to reading Paula Hawkins bestselling novel The Girl On The Train, and it has seriously made… Read more »

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