September Books

Here is what I read during September



The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal

I was originally intrigued by this despite not being a fan of historical fiction. I managed to get to about 40 per cent before I gave up. The story was good but it was dragged out too much for my liking, however, I do plan on revisitng the book in the future.

The Fourth Victim by John Mead

Full review here

A Pair of sharp eyes by Kat Armstrong

Full review here

The Man in the Dark by Jonathan Whitlaw

Full review here

No Way Out by Cara Hunter

I absolutely love Cara Hunter’s books. They always captivate me from the get go and this was no different. I’m looking forward to reading her new book.



A Shot in the dark by Neil Richards and Matthew Costello

Full review here

A Paris Fairytale by Marie Laval

Full review here

Henry’s Tale by David Pipe

Full review here

Simon Says by Jo Wesley

Full review here

Sound by Catherine Fearns

Full review here

Broken Lives by Teresa Devereux

Full review here

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