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Secret Burdens – Suzanna J Linton

 4/5 Intro The third in the Lorst Stories saga and my favourite so far!  Synopsis Jarrett failed everyone close to him. In disgrace, he resigned his position as Captain of the Royal Guard and entered self-imposed exile in Lorst’s Eastern Forests. As a common soldier, he fought the remainder of the sorcerer Marduk’s monsters.

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Discerning Grace – Emma Lombard

 5/5 Intro An audiobook about a stowaway refined lady who causes all sorts of trouble on board a Royal navy vessel? Yes, please!  Synopsis As the first full-length novel in The White Sails Series, DISCERNING GRACE captures the spirit of an independent woman whose feminine lens blows the ordered patriarchal decks of a 19th century tall

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Clara’s Return – Suzanna J. Linton

 5/5 Intro The second in the Stories of Lorst series, this did not disappoint. It brought angst, suspense and a fair bit of  magical mystery. Emmerich and Clara are back, but not is all as it seems.  Synopsis Watch for traitors. Watch for giants. Watch for the shadow in your own mind. Clara, lost

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The Shadow Men – M.R Mackenzie

 4/5 Intro Following on from ‘In the Silence’ and ‘Cruel Summer’ Anna Scavolini is back in this nail-biting thriller from M.R Mackenzie. Intrigue, death and a secret in the shadows make for a whirlwind ride.  Please note this book does come with triggers warnings for child abuse and paedophilia. Synopsis They see everything. They hear

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Thunder on the Moor – Andrea Matthews

 5/5 Intro I really enjoyed Andrea Matthews’ book that I reviewed earlier this year – The Cross of Ciaran. So when I was contacted by Love Books Tours about a new book from her, I knew I had to review it. I was not disappointed!  Synopsis Maggie Armstrong grew up enchanted by her father’s

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The Entrants – Rock Forsberg

 4/5 Intro Do you fancy a book with an underdog? Do you like galactic racing teams with some seriously big secrets, a race for a life and a boy who wants to be like his dad? Then definitely read The Entrants!  Synopsis The ARL race crafts run on sonic speeds just a few metres

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The Willing – Lindsay Lees

 3.7/5 Intro Dystopian novels are my first love – I love reading how new societies would form after a great apocalyptic war. The Willing is the first one I’ve read for a while and I had really high hopes!  Synopsis In less than a year, fifteen-year-old Gypsy Capone will be considered a woman in

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Clairvoyants: The Fourth Kinetic – Brady Moore

 4.7/5 Intro I’m always on the lookout for new sci-fi novels that take my breath away. This one did all that and I couldn’t put it down!  Synopsis There are four breeds of Clairvoyants: Kinetics who can move objects with their minds, Prophets who have involuntary visions of the future, Readers who can explore

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Crime/Mystery
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The Tethered God – Barrie Condon

 3.5/5 Intro Egyptology has become a new passion side project so I loved delving into a bit of historical fiction with The Tethered God.  Synopsis When Khafre, the mighty Egyptian God-King, died four and a half thousand years ago, he expected an eternity in paradise. Instead, he found himself in modern-day Cairo, trapped inside

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Murder in an Irish Bookshop – Carlene O’Connor

The opening of a new bookstore becomes the closing chapter in an author’s life…

Kilbane’s new bookshop is hosting an event featuring up-and-coming Irish writers who will be taking up residency in the town for a month. Among them is indie author Deirdre Walsh, who has been causing a heated debate among the writers. She seems to have a particular distaste for the novels of Nessa Lamb.

Then Deirdre’s body is found the next day in the back of the store – with pages torn from Nessa’s books stuffed in her mouth. Now, Siobhán must uncover which of Kilbane’s literary guests took Deirdre’s criticisms so personally, they’d engage in foul play….

A charming cosy mystery, perfect for fans of Margaret Mayhew and Betty Rowlands.

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