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“Blood Sisters” by Jane Corry – Book Review @PamelaDormanBks #BloodSisters #BookReview @penguinrandom @JaneCorryAuthor

“Does bad blood run from one generation to the next?” S Alison – is in her late thirties. She lives alone and works as an art instructor in a college. Always short of funds, she strives to help her mother … Continue reading

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“The Woman In The Mirror” by Rebecca James – Book Review

“I know how treacherous thoughts can be. That if you are left alone with them for too long, they can turn against you.” 1947 Alice Miller – has lost her fiance in WWII and works in a legal office. She … Continue reading

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“The Midwife’s Secret” by Emily Gunnis – Book Review

“A gripping, heart-wrenching story of love, loyalty and family secrets.” This engrossing story is told via three timelines: “It is God’s will that a woman suffers in childbirth, he says, and it is not my place to interfere with God’s … Continue reading

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“The House On The Water’s Edge” by C.E. Rose – Book Review

When new mother Ali Baker learns of her mother’s tragic death in a car accident, her baby son is only five weeks old. She had expected her mother to visit within the next few days so she was curt with … Continue reading

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“Bitter Edge” by Rachel Lynch – Book Review

DI Kelly Porter is faced with an important case in this, the fourth novel in the series. Jenna Fraser, a sixteen year old athlete, has jumped from a cliff in the Peaks. With everything to live for, Kelly is distraught … Continue reading

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“The Lost Girls of Devon” by Barbara O’Neal – Book Review

This is the story of four generations of women: Lillian – lives in a charming old manor house in coastal Devon. She is in her late eighties and is a renowned writer of mystery novels. Now though, she is experiencing … Continue reading

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“An Eye For An Eye” by Carol Wyer – Book Review

D.I. Kate Young – is in her mid-thirties and heads a specialized crime unit for the Staffordshire Police based in Stoke-On-Trent. Earlier in the year Kate underwent a very traumatic experience when a gunman opened fire in a train resulting … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday – “The Stopped Heart” by Julie Myerson – #BookReview #ThrowbackThursday

The Throwback Thursday meme was created by Renee over at It’s Book Talk. She made this meme to share some of her old favorites. Although all bookbloggers have an endless TBR pile, we seldom take the time to reflect back … Continue reading

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“Shallow Ground” by Andy Maslen – Book Review

Set in and around Salisbury in Wiltshire, England, this novel introduces the Detective Inspector Henry Ford police procedural series. D.I. Henry Ford – newly promoted to the rank of Detective Inspector, Ford is keen to prove that he has earned … Continue reading

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“The Hidden Hours” by Sara Foster – Book Review

“Memory’s a bit short of kindness at times isn’t it? If you’re not careful, it can discard the good stuff and make the bad bits a little too important.” “The Hidden Hours” is a story told via dual timelines. Eleanor … Continue reading

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“Beneath Cornish Skies” by Kate Ryder – Book Review

When she was just seventeen, Cassandra Shaw lost her parents in an automobile accident. She was in the car and suffered extensive injuries which saw her in hospital for three months. Immediately after the crash, a handsome man named David … Continue reading

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“Shadow Sands” by Robert Bryndza – Book Review

Kate Marshall – a former police detective, now works in a university as a lecturer in criminology alongside her young and talented research assistant. Kate is a 42 year old single mother whose teenage son lives with his grandmother, Kate’s … Continue reading

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“Sister, Sister” by Sue Fortin – Book Review

“I muse over how different people can have the same experience and yet totally different memories.” Clare Tennison is a hard-working solicitor who is a named partner in her Bristol law firm. She is happily married to her artist husband, … Continue reading

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Teaser Tuesday – July 27, 2021 #NewBook #TeaserTuesday @thewriterjude #TheFaceOfClaraMorgan #bookbloggers @Bloodhoundbook

My Tuesday post where I’ll ‘tease‘ you with the cover, blurb, and first paragraph of one of the new books from my own TBR. This book is a title I purchased from Amazon.ca Today, Tuesday July 27, 2021 I want … Continue reading

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“The Beauty Of Broken Things” by Victoria Connelly – Book Review

Helen Hansard is a vibrant woman in her early thirties. A keen photographer, she is debating giving up her steady job in the city and making photography her primary focus. She wants to follow her dream. One tragic day, on … Continue reading

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