WWW Wednesday – What I’m Reading: 18th March 2020

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Hello from my March WWW Wednesday post. This is a weekly meme hosted by Sam over at Taking on a World of Words. If you’re curious about what other people are reading right now too, join in! All you have to do is answer the three bookish questions below and pop your blog link on Sam’s […]

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Audiobook Review: The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield


What better read for Friday 13th… Recommended to me by a few people, I’m so pleased that I’ve finally got round to reading The Thirteenth Tale. It is a haunting story that contains many elements I love: Identical twins (in general, I am fascinated by them) hidden family secrets, an ambiguous narrator and a story […]

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Blog Tour: Her Husband’s Mistake by Sheila O’Flanagan

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Opening sentence: “The morning after my father’s funeral, I came home and found my husband in bed with the next-door neighbour.” Quite the enticing opening sentence, wouldn’t you agree? Welcome to my stop on the Her Husband’s Mistake blog tour! Sheila O’Flanagan is an author I’ve seen on many shelves through the years, but hadn’t […]

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Blog Tour: The Second Wife by Rebecca Fleet

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Opening sentence: “It’s past midnight and the lights along the pier are jumping points of static, reflected in silver glimmers on the sea.” Welcome to the start of this brilliant blog tour for The Second Wife by London author Rebecca Fleet! Last year I read, and really enjoyed, Rebecca’s debut thriller, The House Swap and now […]

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Blog Tour: After Dark by Dominic Nolan

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Opening sentence: “The hunters walked with their pieces broken open over the crooks of their arms.” Hello, hello and welcome to my stop on the After Dark blog tour! This thriller is the second outing for the character DS Abigail Boone. A renegade member of the police force, she isn’t exactly working her day job […]

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What I Read in February 2020

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Despite the extra day of reading time this month, I did not manage to read any extra books. Although technically February is a cruel month that takes away maximum reading time with it’s shortened calendar. ANYWAY. Onto the books and what I did actually read… My February 2020 Book Reviews: / The Mercies by Kiran […]

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Audiobook Review: Endless Night by Agatha Christie

I guess I have to begin this review by saying that Endless Night sadly won’t be going down in classic Agatha territory for me. I saw it on one of those ‘lesser-known-but-still-great’ Agatha books lists that you find scattered across the internet and apparently it was one of Agatha’s own favourites. As I was in […]

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