Review – ‘The Good Sisters’ by Helen Phifer

Happy Publication day to Helen Phifer whose new chilling mystery, The Good Sisters is released today. In 1931, Mother Superior Agnes opens her doors to offer sanctuary to a young woman who claims that she is running from an abusive husband. There is something about this woman that makes Agnes uneasy, something which she cannot put …

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Review – ‘The Bird Tribunal’ by Agnes Ravatn (@OrendaBooks)

Before I begin, I should perhaps explain. If this review makes no sense it is probably because I don't really think there are any words to describe quite how this book made me feel. And I have used many, many words, but it still doesn't feel enough. Absolutely amazing book. Allis Hagtorn has left her …

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Review – ‘A Mother’s Confession’ by Kelly Rimmer (@KelRimmerWrites; @bookouture)

Warning: May contain minor spoilers. To the outside world it seemed as though David and Olivia had the perfect marriage. A successful businessman, elected to the Town Council, David was highly respected around town, and Olivia was a highly popular vet. When their little Zoe was born their family was complete. Nothing could be more …

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Queen of Industry … well industrial units, but it’s close enough.

So. This week I am mostly in Dublin, with a potential side order of Belfast just for good measure. Not as glamorous as it may sound as when I say Dublin, tonight I actually mean Park West and I have seen a grand total of this wonderful industrial estate and the M50 motorway, as is …

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Review – ‘The Girls Next Door’ by Mel Sherratt (@WriterMels)

Katie Trent doesn’t really like Nathan Lucas. She’s only going out with him as a favour to her best friend Jess and her boyfriend Cayden, and now, because Jess is ill, she must go and see him on her own. To put up with his bad moods and even worse breath. And to make matters …

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