Monday, 31 July 2017

Their Lost Daughters- Book Review

Their Lost Daughters- Joy Ellis

I saw this book on my kindle unlimited recommendations so thought I would give it a try. Once again it's part of a series and is the second book but this didn't make any difference to me as I thought it was fine as a stand-alone book.
This is my favorite genre crime/mystery and this book has a lot of twists and turns. It did take me a while to get into as there are a lot of different characters and different cases thrown into first few chapters. But once I got past that it was an enjoyable read.

Their Lost Daughters Cover


Book review- The Escape C.L. Taylor

When a stranger asks Jo Blackmore for a lift,she says yes- then quickly wishes she hadn't.

This book was recommended to me by my partners mum, who gave me her copy to read I do prefer reading an actual book to my kindle. She said this book was brilliant so I thought I would do a review on it.
The Escape Book Cover

The plot is that a stranger gets into Jo Blackmore's car after asking for a lift but she knows Jo's name and her husband Max without being told. She also has a glove belonging to Jo's two year old daughter.

This soon turns into a nightmare for Jo as no-one seems to believe that she and her daughter are in any danger. She only has one choice she has to run.


Friday, 28 July 2017

Top 5 Martina Cole books

Martina Cole is my favorite author, I have read and re-read all of her books so I wanted to make a list of my top 5. I personally prefer her earlier novels but still thoroughly enjoy her new stuff and am really looking forward to her new book coming out. Some of her stories cover subjects that are hard hitting and gritty.


Wednesday, 26 July 2017

The Back Road/Rachel Abbott - Book review

I discovered a new author on my Kindle the other week her name is Rachel Abbott. I'd never heard of her until a book popped up and I liked the sound of the description.


Murder of Linda Bailey Brown

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