Tag Archives: abduction

“Little Secrets” by Jennifer Hillier – Book Review

“Sometimes someone else’s pain is the only thing that makes yours better“(I downloaded this title from Minotaur Books via Edelweiss but the book expired before I had a chance to read it – SO… at long last, I ended up … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, Canadian fiction, Edelweiss, Page turners, Psychological thrillers | Tagged , , , , , , | 4 Comments

“The Dead Of Winter” by Billy McLaughlin – Book Review

This was my last read of 2022 and is my first review of 2023. Golf Road is located in an affluent suburban area of a Scottish city. As with most neighbourhoods, each front door conceals many different relationships, many secrets, … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

“Her Child’s Cry” by S.A. Dunphy – Book Review

Jessie Boyle – is a 45 year old perfectionist, who works as a Criminal Behaviourist for the Irish Police. Jessie is over six feet tall, is single, and a workaholic. Jessie’s longtime friend, Dawn Wilson, is now the Police Commissioner … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, Bookouture, NetGalley | Tagged , , , , | 4 Comments

“Looking for Leo” by J.A. Baker – Book Review

About the book: Lynda – is single and nearing retirement from her job as a school teacher. She lives alone and enjoys her own company. She has lived with regrets and guilt for most of her adult life. Her only … Continue reading

Posted in Bloodhound Books, Book Reviews, Page turners, Psychological thrillers | Tagged , , , , , | 18 Comments

“Dear Amy” by Helen Callaghan – Book Review

Margot Lewis is a school teacher by day and an ‘agony aunt’ in her free time. She answers letters with advice to those who seek it on matters of life and the heart for the local paper. On a personal … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, Edelweiss, Psychological thrillers, What's In A Name Reading Challenge | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments