Reblog: Right Behind You by Lisa Gardner – Reviewed by Clues & Reviews

Reblog: Right Behind You by Lisa Gardner – Reviewed by Clues & Reviews

Clues and Reviews

Screen Shot 2017-01-24 at 10.21.11 PM.pngSharlah’s older brother beat their drunken father to death in order to save their lives; eight years later, she has finally moved on and is settling into her new life about to adopted by retired FBI profiler parents, Pierce Quincy and Rainie Conner.   Her life is thrown upside down when a double murder at a gas station calls Quincy and Rainie back to action and the perpetrator seems to be Sharlah’s brother.   Struggling with this meaning and whether she is in danger, Sharlah struggles as old demons resurface. Sometimes the biggest danger is the one standing right behind you

Right Behind You is the newest thriller by Lisa Gardner. The seventh novel in the Quincy & Rainie series, this novel surrounds FBI profiling couple Pierce Quincy and Rainie Conner. Although the seventh in the series, I found that this one was incredibly easy to read as a standalone. This one…

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Reblog: The Day That Never Comes by Caimh McDonnell – Reviewed by Portobello Book Blog

Reblog: The Day That Never Comes by Caimh McDonnell – Reviewed by Portobello Book Blog

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I read Caimh McDonnell’s hilarious debut A Man with One of Those Faces last year and loved it. You can read my review of that here. His follow-up, The Day That Never Comes, is just as brilliantly funny while still being a cracking crime novel.

The novel features three of the protagonists from the first novel: the rather hapless Paul Mulchrone, nurse Brigit Conroy and Bunny McGarry. Following their escapades solving the Rapunzel case, they have decided to set up in business as a private investigation agency. There is just one problem – well more than one actually. Brigit won’t speak to Paul following a drunken incident, Bunny has disappeared off the face of the earth and they can’t get a licence to run the agency without him. The trial of three businessmen has just collapsed, swiftly followed by some rather unpleasantmurders and it looks like some underground organisation…

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Reblog: Sister, Sister by Sue Fortin – Reviewed by Novel Gossip

Reblog: Sister, Sister by Sue Fortin – Reviewed by Novel Gossip

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Release date: January 6, 2017

Publisher: Harper Impulse

Genre: Psychological Thriller

Blurb:

From the bestselling author of The Girl Who Lied


Alice: Beautiful, kind, manipulative, liar.


Clare: Intelligent, loyal, paranoid, jealous.


Clare thinks Alice is a manipulative liar who is trying to steal her life.

Alice thinks Claire is jealous of her long-lost return and place in their family.


One of them is telling the truth. The other is a maniac.

Two sisters. One truth.

Review:

I’m delighted to welcome you to my stop on the blog tour for Sister, Sister.


Wow what a ride this book was! It had all the elements necessary to create a top notch psychological thriller; family secrets and betrayals, drama, intrigue, twists and turns galore, and a sense of paranoia throughout leaving you unsure who to trust.

Clare and Alice are sisters who were separated when they…

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Reblog: Blink by K L Slater – Reviewed by THE BOOK REVIEW CAFÉ

Reblog: Blink by K L Slater – Reviewed by THE BOOK REVIEW CAFÉ

The book review café

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Book description

What if the person you love most in the world was in terrible danger … because of you?

Three years ago, Toni’s five-year-old daughter Evie disappeared after leaving school. The police have never been able to find her. There were no witnesses, no CCTV, no trace.

But Toni believes her daughter is alive. And as she begins to silently piece together her memories, the full story of the past begins to reveal itself, and a devastating truth.

Toni’s mind is trapped in a world of silence, her only chance to save herself is to manage the impossible. She must find a way to make herself heard. She must find her daughter.

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Oh my goodness what a twisted tale Blink by K L Slater is, it’s one that left me breathless due to the number of twists and turns in this highly thrilling and captivating read. Although the concept…

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