Genre: Mystery

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The Priest: An Original Sinners Novel by Tiffany Reisz

The Priest: An Original Sinners Novel by Tiffany Reisz

My favourite fictional priest is here again! Hells Bells, I have been pronouncing Søren’s name wrong in my head for seven years. I don’t believe it has been phonetically explained in previous books. For your reference it is: “Søren. A Danish name. S, slash O, R, E, N. Looks like SORE-in, but Danes say SIR-in…. Read more »

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Calavera. by London Miller

Calavera. by London Miller

Loved it! Calavera kept my heart racing, with my mind constantly in a state of alert.  There were times when the drama would heighten and then as it eased I would think “Why has the story peaked so early?” Then the suspense would build again, becoming evident there would be many more situations to encounter… Read more »

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Explicit Detail by Scarlett Finn

Explicit Detail by Scarlett Finn

Well, I enjoyed Explicit Detail much more than Explicit Instruction! While Rushe wasn’t done stressing the importance of adhering to his instructions, his attitude notably tampered down. There was more scope for Flick to be herself this time. I loved the grown-up version of Nancy Drew she was projecting. Their similarities in the determination and… Read more »

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Dark Protector by Katie Reus

Dark Protector by Katie Reus

  I need to learn to listen to my intuition and never break my rule of not reading a series in order even if it’s supposed to be a stand-alone and the synopsis is luring me in. Aldric our hero had wrapped a seriously heavy blanket of guilt around him, carrying it around for centuries…. Read more »

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The Bourbon Thief by Tiffany Reisz

The Bourbon Thief by Tiffany Reisz

Witty, Entertaining and Captivating! The Bourbon Thief  is a story within a story and it was the inside saga that captured my fascination as opposed to the mystery of the bourbon thief. “I’m a Kentucky girl,” she said with a graceful shrug. “And bourbon’s like the truth, you know” “How’s that?” “The first taste burns, but once… Read more »

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Gone From Me by Linda Winfree

Gone From Me by Linda Winfree

It was so good to read a story not written in the first person for a change! Rob, is the new cop in town who is dealing with multiple issues at home and work. He’s no stranger to his new colleagues, they know of him and his recently deceased father, a highly respected police officer…. Read more »

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This is War, Baby by K. Webster

This is War, Baby by K. Webster

I was beyond unsettled during the first part of This is War, Baby to the extent I considered giving up and not finishing it. Before I began, I was aware the beginning would test my resolve and it didn’t take long to wade into my red zone of discomfort. Several times I shut my Kindle,… Read more »

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All That is Lost Between Us by Sara Foster

All That is Lost Between Us by Sara Foster

Wow, this was good. A multi-faceted story which depicted seemingly every day wholesome families in a different light to the one they portrayed. Family dynamics and needing to deal with first romances and established marriages and all that lies in between are drawn together in All That is Lost between Us. A fateful night sees… Read more »

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Slut by Jettie Woodruff

Slut by Jettie Woodruff

Wow what a story…   From the beginning where I had to pick my jaw up off the floor right through until the emotional ending, this book held my attention. The unanswered question I had all the way through was what kind of a whacko neighbourhood was this? The second part of The Twin Duo opens… Read more »

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The Kalista Diamond by Erin Moira O’Hara

The Kalista Diamond by Erin Moira O’Hara

A true Australian bloke meets a gem… I have a confession to make…I’m an Aussie and up until a few weeks ago I avoided reading books by Australian authors. It’s a sad fact that previous books I have read felt like they were written for overseas customers. We know people think we have a weird… Read more »

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