Books of The Week

Books of The Week

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Hello fellow readers.. and Happy Memorial Weekend! In case you are looking for something to read, here’s what I have been reading during my week.

Just let me tell you this week has been great! I have literally devoured True Crime Addict, the story of Maura Murray beautifully written by James Renner. If you like true crime, this one is honest, fascinating and…addictive. A sincere account of one of the most complicated and mysterious disappearance in America.

Historical Fiction meets time traveling in Indiana Belle and The Mine by John A. Heldt, two absolute page turner.

Another true crime caught my attention: Brady and Hindley by Fred Harrison. A young couple, gruesome murders and a crime so horrendous that will remain cheseled on the collective psyche of a nation long after the perpetrators are gone.

Generation X or Generation Y? Who are the Millennials? and what’s their role in modern society? Take a look at the best books that can help you understand.

101 Job Interview Questions You’ll never Fear Again by James Reed is a must have! Reed reveals what interviewers are asking and gives you the best possible answers to ace your job interview!

That’s all for now! Until next time! Happy reading!

Are You Ready for a Thrill Ride?

Are You Ready for a Thrill Ride?

All the Missing Girls, by Megan Miranda

 Gillian Flynn paved the way for a lot of girls to come. Some got crazy, otherscover80631-medium.png missing and others got crazy because missing. Some of those books were riveting, others not so much. That is why I am a bit skeptical when I see the word “girls” on the title.

Megan Miranda took her chance with this “girl thing” and she came back with a compelling novel!

Just for the sake of  your curiosity, this breathtaking story is about the disappearances of two young women -a decade apart- told backwards.

It’s been ten years since Nicolette Farrell left Cooley Ridge after her best friend Corinne disappeared without a trace. Back again for some family business, Nic is plunged into a shocking drama that reawakens Corinne’s case and breaks open old wounds.

When another girl  -Annaleise Carter – goes missing, Nic works to unravel the truth about her younger neighbour’s disappearance, revealing shocking truths about her friends, her family, and what really happened to Corinne that night ten years ago.

Presented as the next The Girl on the Train or Luckiest Girl Alive, Megan Miranda’s novel All the Missing Girls is even better! Original, engaging and beautifully written. Megan Miranda’s writing style is something you could easily get addicted to.

All the Missing Girls has it all! A spine-tingling ride from beginning to end.

 


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Secrets

Secrets

Sister Dear, by Laura McNeill

Convicted for a crime she didn’t commit, Allie watched her life vanish behind bars

cover80627-medium.pngTen years passed and out on parole Allie is determined to clear her name and find the truth. But what she uncovers is far worse than she imagines. Allie is strong, smart and refuses defeat. Undertaking a battle for the truth, she put her parole status and her personal safety at risk.

A dark secret is now standing between two sisters. The very one that holds the key to Allie’s freedom.

Sister Dear is a beautiful novel, masterfully written, that perfectly describes how painful is for  ex-cons to clear their names, rebuild their lives, and reconnect with the families.

#toogoodtobejustabook just saying!


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Where Pain Meets Strength

Where Pain Meets Strength

Where I Lost Her, by T. Greenwood

This is a true page-turner novel. A journey through heartbreak and loss in search for the truth about a missing child and to salvage a broken heart.
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Once a power couple of New York publishing world, Tess and Jake  had it all. But afte a failed fertility treatment and an attempt of adoption, their marriage goes the wrong way.

A visit to her hometown, in rural Vermont, throws Tess’s world into chaos when she sees a young child in the middle of the road, who then runs into the woods and disappears. The entire town begins searching for the little girl. But there are no sightings, no other witnesses, no reports of missing children. Tess is the only one looking for the truth. At her own risk.

A gripping and beautiful novel from a remarkable storyteller. I couldn’t put it down.

“Spellbinding. I loved everything about Where I Lost Her.”—Mary Kubica, bestselling author of The Good Girl


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If You Liked Thelma & Louise

If You Liked Thelma & Louise

The Passenger, by Lisa Lutz

I know I’m reading acover74240-medium good thriller when my hands are glued to it.

When Tanya finds her husband dead at the base of the stairs she does the only thing she knows; cash in her credit cards, get new passport and flee town. Hiding from a dark past, there is no safe place and her secret is short lived when Blue, a female bartender unveil Tanya’s secret.

On their way to freedom the two women form a dangerous yet very profound alliance, which will bring them exactly where they’re supposed to be.

This story is about love and betrayal but also friendship and restitution for a woman who’s running far and fast from her past.
Exceptionally good!

 


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Memento Mori

Memento Mori

The Girls in the Woods, by Helen Phifer

If you want to spend a few hours immersed in a good gripping thriller this is the right book.28217989.jpg It all starts with an old album and a beautiful Victorian photo that captures three young sisters, staring silently at one another. Only the trained eye can see the truth hiding in plain view. One of the sisters is already dead.

A very good and well written story that will capture you since the beginning, when a skeleton is discovered in the woods. And it’s not the only one.

Girls in the Woods is the 5th book in the Anne Graham Series.

 


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The Girl You Lost, by Kathryn Croft

The Girl You Lost, by Kathryn Croft

81nm+kNnHJL.jpgPublication day for Kathryn’s Croft The Girl You Lost!

A sinister and darkly compelling psychological thriller from the No.1 bestselling author of The Girl With No Past.

What happens when your daughter, abducted eighteen years ago, comes back in your life…and then disappears again?

Old memories and unthinkable secrets come to light in an astounding and breathtaking thriller. You have to read it!


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