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#BookReview: Who Did You Tell? by Lesley Kara

Hi everyone. Harmony here with another book review to share. This one is from an advanced review copy provided via NetGalley and Random House UK. I greatly enjoyed this read, and here’s the book description and my review … Book

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#SomethingWickedTour @StaciTroilo @StoryEmpire

Hello everyone. Today is the fifth and final day of the Story Empire Team’s Something Wicked Blog Tour. I hope you’ve all enjoyed following us for the week and seeing what we have to offer. Today, it gives me great

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#Book Review: Daddy has Cancer Verwayne Greenhoe and A Soldier’s Children Jan Sikes

Hello everyone. Today, I’d like to share two book reviews with you, both from indie writers whoom I respect. One book is about dealing with a terminal cancer diagnosis, and while fictionalised, is inspired by the author’s experience from working

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The Indies are Winning

Hello everyone. Today, I have three book reviews for you. Interestingly enough, the famous author–traditionally published–was a huge let-down for me, while the two indie books I’m also reviewing here were fun to read. So, despite oft-repeated negative hype, I

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#BookReview: The City of Mirrors

by Justin Cronin About the book: In life I was a scientist called Fanning. Then, in a jungle in Bolivia, I died. I died, and then I was brought back to life…  Prompted by a voice that lives in her

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#BookReview: The Passage

by Justin Cronin About the Book Deep in the jungles of eastern Colombia, Professor Jonas Lear has finally found what he’s been searching for – and wishes to God he hadn’t. In Memphis, Tennessee, a six-year-old girl called Amy is

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#BookReview: A Maiden So Bewitching

by Colm Herron Book Blurb: From the highly-acclaimed northern Irish novelist Colm Herron comes this sad, sexy and beautiful story about a desperate Irishman called Lexie Cheddy, an only child. Lexie’s mother has always wanted a daughter so that’s how

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#BookReview: Unclear Purposes

by Joan Hall 5 Stars Book Blurb: Some people take secrets to the grave… Three years after her husband’s murder, Christine Lawrence still struggles for balance. She has a rewarding career and a close circle of friends but feels oddly

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I Know Who You Are

Hello everyone. I hope you’re all doing well this Monday. Today, I have a book review for you. This is from an ARC copy via Netgalley. Gripping 4 Star Read! Thanks to Netgalley and the Publishers for this free ARC

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Second Chances Book Review

SECOND CHANCES       Lincoln Cole #RRBC Book Club Member   Harmony Kent‘s review Really liked it 🙂 Second Chances is the first book I have read from this author, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The characters are well

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