Nicely characterised and with good plot twists and turns, this is a great read and an undoubted summer success story. I know I will be looking carefully around me next time I go on the tube.
Monthly Archives: July 2016
Then She Was Gone by Luca Veste
Tim Johnson took his baby daughter out for a walk and she never made it home. Johnson claims he was assaulted and the girl was snatched. The police see a different crime, with Johnson their only suspect. A year later, Sam Bryne is on course to be elected as one of the youngest MPs inContinue reading “Then She Was Gone by Luca Veste”
The Kept Woman by Karin Slaughter
The book is a fast paced read and one where we finally understand more about Angie and her background and the lengths she will go to protect what is hers.
Lying in Wait by Liz Nugent
‘My husband did not mean to kill Annie Doyle, but the lying tramp deserved it.’ The last people who expect to be meeting with a drug-addicted prostitute are a respected judge and his reclusive wife. And they certainly don’t plan to kill her and bury her in their exquisite suburban garden. Yet Andrew and LydiaContinue reading “Lying in Wait by Liz Nugent”
Lie With Me by Sabine Durrant
It starts with a lie. The kind we’ve all told – to a former acquaintance we can’t quite place but still, for some reason, feel the need to impress. The story of our life, embellished for the benefit of the happily married lawyer with the kids and the lovely home. And the next thingContinue reading “Lie With Me by Sabine Durrant”
Dear Amy by Helen Callaghan
In her guise as ‘Dear Amy’, agony aunt for a local newspaper, Margot Lewis has dealt with all sorts of letters – but never one like this… Dear Amy, I’ve been kidnapped by a strange man. I don’t know where I am. Please help me, Bethan Avery This must be a cruel hoax. Because BethanContinue reading “Dear Amy by Helen Callaghan”
The Dying Detective by Leif G.W. Persson
Retired Chief of the National Crime Police and Swedish Security Service Lars Martin Johansson has just suffered a stroke. He is paying the price for a life of excess – stress, good food and fine wine. With his dangerously high blood pressure, his heart could fail at the slightest excitement. In the hospital, a chanceContinue reading “The Dying Detective by Leif G.W. Persson”
Baby Doll by Hollie Overton
You’ve been held captive in one room, mentally and physically abused every day, since you were sixteen years old. Then, one night, you realize your captor has left the door to your cell unlocked. For the first time in eight years, you’re free. This is about what happens next … Lily knows that she mustContinue reading “Baby Doll by Hollie Overton”