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As with all things written by Nalini Singh, I really enjoyed A Madness of Sunshine…

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The Cutting Room by Ashley Dyer is a multi-layered, spellbinding mystery. This second instalment in the Carver and…

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Eight Will Fall is an engaging read that honestly had me on the edge of my…

Good Girl, Bad Girl by Michael Robotham

Good Girl, Bad Girl by Michael Robotham is an absorbing, character driven mystery that features a  multifaceted storyline.…

Dreamland by Nancy Bilyeau

Coney Island, 1911. Peggy Battenberg, along with thousands of other revellers, is planning on spending…

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