Tag: thriller

Review: The Cruelty, Scott Bergstrom

Review: The Cruelty, Scott Bergstrom

Gwendolyn is a drifter, a typical diplo-brat hopping from country to country with her diplomat father. When Gwen’s father goes missing on a trip to Paris, she realises that the authorities have no idea where he is, and are scaling back their search. Taking the alias Sofia, Gwen travels to Europe… Read more »

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Review: Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge

Review: Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge

I hadn’t read a crime novel in quite some time. When I was a teenager I gorged myself on James Patterson and it seemed to sate my ‘who-dunnit’ appetite for quite a long time. However, the plot of M.J. Arlidge’s Eeny Meeny seized my attention, and I found myself once… Read more »

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Review: Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn

Review: Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn

This is going to be very difficult to review without giving some spoilers away, especially since I am bursting to discuss that ending. Luckily, Gone Girl is our Book Club choice for May, so thankfully I will be able to delve into the strange tale to my heart’s content. This… Read more »

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Review: Save Yourself, Kelly Braffet

Review: Save Yourself, Kelly Braffet

Ok, so if you read the jacket blurb on this book it sounds like nothing much happens. I will try to sum it up without giving too much away. Patrick turns his alcoholic father in to the police after he is involved in a hit and run, killing a young… Read more »

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