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Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 1d ago

The Last Mrs Parrish by Liv Constantine

It’s a while since I’ve read a book like this: one where you can’t wait to find a free five minutes to dive in or can’t wait to go to bed to read…or even hope you’re going to get a teensy b...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 1W ago

Awake under the Night Sky by Vanya Sharma

This was a romance. A sweet and charming romance, but it lacked maturity, and reminded me more of a YA or serialised magazine story…in something like Woman’s Weekly or The Lady.It’s a story ...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 3W ago

Anatomy of a Scandal by Sarah Vaughan

A mix of first and third person POVs drives this story of a hard-nosed lawyer, Kate Woodcroft, intent on finding the charismatic James Whitehouse, an up-and-coming member of parliament, guil...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 1M ago

Hungry for Love by Maya Sacher

Here, supposedly, is a lady with a dilemma. Or does she?Dentist, Elizabeth’s husband, Jesse, has been in a coma for two very long years. Along comes very handsome Australian zoo curator Ai...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 1M ago

Bonfire by Krysten Ritter

Krysten Ritter is an actress…I’ve only seen her once as Jesse’s rather unfortunate heroin-addict girlfriend in Breaking Bad. A memorable role. So…is she going to be a memorable author with ...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 2M ago

Dragon Walk by Melissa Bowersock

Well, really. There I was, in full mourning mode, after reading what I thought was the last Lacey and Sam book, when up pops number five! Quite threw me off kilter…ah, but was I glad. It ...
Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews · 2M 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 · 3M 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 · 3M 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 · 4M 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, ...