FAVOURITE BOOK OF THE YEAR. This was fantastic. I urge you to get a copy of this when it is released in August 2021.
I have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the third book in the Sacramento series, and I am so happy that I was given a chance to read this one before pub day.
Karen Rose is an absolute favourite of mine and I have all her books and have re-read them many times. Each year it’s torture waiting for the next instalment – I need to know what is going on with my favourite fictional family!
This was great. Easily one of my favourite reads of the year so far. I couldn’t have been happier with this book.
I picked it up after seeing a recommendation online, and then hearing about it everywhere! I was on a book buying ban at the time so I had to wait to actually get my hands on a copy and that wait was terrible 🙂 But I got the book and I’m really glad I did. It was fantastic. Pick this one up for a thrilling read that will keep you guessing until the end.
I have just finished reading this one and I am blown away by how extraordinary it was?! I have never read a book with such an unreliable narrator before. Full of diversions and red herrings, this Japanese psychological thriller will have you wondering what to believe, and what not to believe, the whole way through!
I don’t really know what to say about this one other than that it is a fabulous book and I can’t wait to read the rest of the series!
Deputy Captain Colomba Caselli is tasked with covertly investigating a child abduction case by her boss Captain Rovere. The case has been pretty much closed by the investigating magistrate and so Caselli has to look into it on the down low as a favour to Rovere. He tells her to bring in a man he knows has some experience with child abduction, being ‘The Boy In The Silo’ – Dante Torre.
I was blown away by this one. I kept stopping reading to make it last longer.
My favourite books are thrillers – and my favourite sub genre of this, is a good police procedural. I love a gritty nuanced detective to get to know and a difficult case to solve, preferably with a serial killer at the helm. Eeny Meeny had this, and more!
This is the first in a series of books featuring Rico, an enforcer, who whilst proficient at his murderous job, strangely has a conscience and is quite likeable.
Rico is sent after a thief, by his boss, on orders to retrieve a necklace and dispatch the offender. What he doesn’t count on are two witnesses to his crime. This presents a new challenge and new set of targets. As always, a love interest muddys the waters and Rico is torn between doing his job and protecting the one he’s grown to love.
Chris Carter was a new author to me when I bought this book. I bought it based on the blurb and the cover. I am NEVER ashamed to say that I buy a book based on it’s cover, and I generally find that I can’t go wrong if I have been drawn in this way.
I like to read a series from the start, so if I know that I am likely to enjoy a book then I won’t read it until I can start from the beginning. Luckily for me, this one was number one, so I was all set to go!
This is the 28th book in the Alex Cross series…. 28th! Only a really good series can last this long. The Alex Cross series of books, has lasted so long and stood the test of time due to its originality and excellent writing. You might imagine a police procedural/thriller would be feeling a little stale to read nowadays but this trope is 100% fresh anytime a new AC novel comes out. James Patterson writes with the confidence of longevity and masterful storytelling.