Good Me Bad Me, Ali Land

Whenever I went into my local Waterstones (basically twice weekly), I would pick Good Me Bad Me up and then put it back down.

One week, a lady in front of me picked it up as I was putting it down for the umpteenth time and saw she was purchasing it. Got huge FOMO (fear of missing out) and finally bought it.

My only regret is not purchasing Good Me Bad Me the first time around, because booooy is this a good book.

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I See You, Clare Mackintosh

Wouldn’t be lying if I said I read this all in one night, pals. Maybe because I was scared and just over-whelmed: who knows?

I’d heard such high praise for Clare Mackintosh, I knew I had to read this and give you the low-down. I was slightly worried, because some of my thriller recommendations end up being very predictable, but nope, not this one. Booooooooooooooy, are you guys in for a treat. Without further ado, I See You, Clare Mackintosh:

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Hot Milk, Deborah Levy

Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2016

I know I’m pretty late jumping on the band wagon here, but Hot Milk is a powerful, must-read novel. Better late than never, right?

Once you establish this isn’t a thriller, but in fact a story of truth, identity and realism, you will not be surprised why Hot Milk made the shortlist.

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Ragdoll, Daniel Cole

I was actually due to upload another review this week, but had to push it back because I needed to share Ragdoll, Daniel Cole with you as soon as possible.

Big shout-out to the tube again for providing me with top notch book ideas with their top notch marketing (I promise I’m not an affiliate for TFL).

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Hide and Seek, M. J. Arlidge

*CONTAINS SPOILERS OF PREQUEL*

Hide and Seek follows on from Little Boy Blue in M. J. Arlidge’s series of the DI Helen Grace novels. If you’ve yet to read Little Boy Blue (why?), please stop reading now otherwise SPOILERS.

I posted a review of Little Boy Blue three weeks ago, hopefully giving you enough time to read and get sucked in to everything DI Helen Grace.

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