55: could it be you?

55 by James Delargy is a fast-paced, shocking police procedural which will leave you questioning people you think you know. This serial killer focused plot takes the reader on a journey where they will be left confused and challenged all the way through. The story Two men have come to a police station claiming the... Continue Reading →

In A House of Lies… really a number one?

Okay, I understand that Ian Rankin can write crime. That much is obvious. But In A House of Lies has been coined a 'thriller', and honestly, the first half of the novel is about as thrilling as my Monday evenings. Rankin takes a lot of time setting the scene with so many different characters, both... Continue Reading →

Nine Perfect Strangers: A Review

Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty is a confusing book incorporating many different characters in a confined space with a word limit. Moriarty had some good plot lines within the text, and I found most of it interesting enough to continue, but somehow this book misses the gel which should bind story lines and characters... Continue Reading →

One Little Lie…

... and reasons having too many points of view can ruin a book. One Little Lie by Sam Carrington is a thriller with so much potential based on its plot. Unfortunately, it fell a bit short for me as there were too many perspectives to keep up with, making the narrative lag as I waited... Continue Reading →

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