Bridget is a new mum, recently diagnosed with post-natal depression, taking tablets to stabilise her condition and generally just stressed out from work and life. One night, on her way home from work, she sees a little girl get abducted at a train station. The police don’t believe her, her husband doesn’t believe her, her own mum doesn’t believe her. So, she sets out to find the missing girl herself.Read More »
Written in blood is Chris Carter’s 11th book in the Robert Hunter series. I was kindly gifted a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. And I am delighted to say this book was amazing!
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Robert Hunter works with the UVC unit in LA. He and his partner, Garcia, investigate Ultra Violent Crimes, which includes serial killers. They are put on the trail of a prolific serial killer when a pickpocket, Angela, steals the killers bag containing his murder diary. The diary details the previous 16 murders committed by the killer. Hunter and Garcia must catch the perpetrator before he can kill again and protect Angela from him.
Ahhhhhh I am done!!! And oh it’s good, it’s so wickedly good!
First things first, this is the second book in the series by Sarah J Maas. If you have not read the first book, A Court of Thorns and Roses, do not and I repeat, do not read more of the review.
Instead, go and read it, right now! I’ll wait……Read More »
Sometimes there are books that we both enjoy… I know right!! Miss Thriller and Miss YA finding a common ground in bookland???? Whaaat? Yes.
We both loved The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society!
Here’s what we each thought of this one:Read More »
Whilst writing, Becca’s TBR on GoodReads is 100 and Kate’s is 151.
I think we all share the same trouble with our ‘to-be-read’ lists…. they are just forever getting longer and longer, with so many great books being released all the time, and so little time to fit them all in.
I recently went through mine and whittled it down to 100 (it took me a while)! There were some on there from when I started logging on GR, which, although I still want to read them, I realistically know that I won’t be getting around to them very soon.Read More »