There are a lot of novels about police officers some good, some bad and some well, just average. It took me some time to pick up Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner as I felt after reading the description that it
Everyone makes mistakes, especially teenagers. In Local Girl Missing, Frankie returns to her home town. A phone call from the brother of her missing best friend Sophie, brings Frankie back to a place of bad memories and ghosts. Frankie wants
Watching Edie is one of those books that the blurb really doesn’t do it justice. The book tells the story simultaneously of Edie and Heather in the present and in the past as teenagers from the start of their friendship.
After a whirlwind romance, The Fire Child finds Rachel marrying the older widowed David. She moves into Carnhallow, David’s ancestral home where she is confronted regularly by the lingering touches of David’s deceased wife, Nina. With much time on her
Margot’s life has entered a period of upheaval, due to a cheating husband and the resulting split. Margin continues on with her main job as a teacher, along with her sidelines as an agony aunt “Dear Amy”. Life becomes far
Redemption Road by author John Hart tells the intertwined story of Elizabeth Black and Adrian Wall. As a rookie cop Elizabeth Black idolised Detective Adrian Wall. When Wall is found guilty of a brutal murder, Black still is the only
Baby Doll piqued my interest somewhat when I received an email about it. The blurb about this book likens it to Gone Girl and Girl on the Train. However my initial impression was that it was going to be very
I’ve had Finders Keepers in my to-be-read pile for quite a while. I picked it up Finders Keepers and started reading because whilst looking through Goodreads a few weeks ago, a great author Jonathan Janz (really, check some of his