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Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 1W ago

Close to Home by Cara Hunter

Set in the lovely university town of Oxford, I was expecting this to be, from current reviews, a gripping thriller about the hunt, led by DI Adam Fawley, for eight-year-old Daisy Mason, who ...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 3W ago

Espionage London by John Day

Told from both a British and German perspective, this was an interesting approach to a second-world-war spy thriller. Set in 1943, a quartet of young spies, led by Karl Strom, is sent by Hi...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 1M ago

The Last Deception by DV Berkom

I’ve read a number of good books since my last encounter with ex assassin Leine Basso, and with each (most of them by new-to-me authors), I had to hope they’d all be worth my time investment...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 2M ago

After The Fire by Henning Mankell

I’m not a fan of translated novels…more often than not the text is a little stilted, as the translator is usually a native of the language from which the novel is being translated, English, ...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 2M ago

I Know Where She Is by S B Caves

The fact that the book I read before this one was centred around the same crime—paedophilia/sexual abuse/torture—(not intentional, incidentally…I had no idea before I started either book!)—m...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 3M ago

The Woman in the Wood by Lesley Pearse

I really can’t understand the 4/5 stars reviews for this book. For starters, this author must have bunked the lecture on show and tell, because there was no showing at all. This made for a...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 3M ago

The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel

Although all the plot threads were satisfactorily tied up by the end, for me, the book threw up a number of unanswered questions.Lane returns to the wealthy Roanoke family home after her mot...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 3M ago

The Art of Hiding by Amanda Prowse

The problem with this book was that it stayed with me as I started the next one! I just couldn’t seem to get the characters….and not just the main one…out of my head. Stay-at-home wife and ...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 3M ago

Dream Walk by Melissa Bowersock

I had mixed feelings when I started this…pleased and eager to rejoin Sam and Lacey, PI partners with a difference, but a little sad too, because this is the final book in the quartet. Whil...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 4M ago

The Marriage Pact by Michelle Richmond

A psychological suspense thriller this certainly is. The plot is ridiculously implausible, but okay, it’s fiction, slack must be cut, but I found myself wrestling with its increasing implau...