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Stolen by Paul Finch @paulfinchauthor @AvonBooks #LoveBooks

Stolen by Paul Finch How do you find the missing when there’s no trail to follow? DC Lucy Clayburn is having a tough time of it. Not only is her estranged father one of the North West’s toughest gangsters, but she is in the midst of one of the biggest police operations of her life.

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Armour Piercing by Peter Aengenheister @fayerogersuk, @authoright @PeterAengenheis #LoveBooks

Armour Piercing by Peter Aengenheister A defecting Russian space scientist, awaiting debrief, is in a Warwickshire safe house that comes under attack by an assassination squad. He escapes with plans for a conspiracy involving key members of secret services across the Western world. The only person he knows in the UK, or could possibly trust,

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The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden #BookReview #LoveBooks

| The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden | For a young woman in medieval Russia, the choices are stark: marriage or life in a convent. Vasya will choose a third way: magic. . .  The court of the Grand Prince of Moscow is plagued by power struggles and rumours of unrest. Meanwhile bandits roam

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STACKING THE SHELVES – 16/06/19 #LoveBooks #StackingtheShelves

STACKING THE SHELVES Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews and Reading Reality, which is all about sharing the books that you’ve acquired in the past week! NetGalley Delighted I was approved for The Newcomer by Fern Britton. Gifted Books Kindle Books These two selections were on the top 100 FREE books on Amazon.

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Guardians of the Wild Unicorns by Lindsay Littleson @ljlittleson @DiscoverKelpies

Today Lindsay Littleson stops by for a wee chat about Guardians of the Wild Unicorns which is out now on Kindle and in paperback. Guardians of the Wild Unicorns by Lindsay Littleson ‘Across the moor galloped a huge dark beast; a heavily muscled horse with a gleaming, rippling black mane. The animal reared up, its

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The Burning Hill by A.D. Flint @brazil_thriller @Unbound_Digital #BookReview

The Burning Hill by A.D. Flint On the run from unjust court-martial back home, a young British soldier gets robbed and shot on Copacabana Beach. The bullet in Jake’s head should have been fatal, but miraculously, it saves him from a previously undetected condition that soon would have killed him. Jake doesn’t believe in fate,

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Bleak by Jacqueline Druga @gojake ‏@vulpine_press #Interview #BookBlog

Today we have an exclusive interview with Jacqueline Druga, author of Bleak. A dystopian science fiction novel. Out now on Kindle and paperback. Bleak by Jacqueline Druga Reyanne Harper is an elementary school teacher in a not-so-normal world. Destructive hail storms and earthquakes, food shortages, and significantly rising sea levels are becoming the new norm. 

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Start by Graham Morgan @FledglingPress #BookReview

Today Tanya Kaanta reviews Start by Graham Morgan. Available on Kindle and paperback. Start by Graham Morgan This biography does not gloss over or glamorise mental illness, instead Graham Morgan highlights that people can, and do, live full and positive lives. Join Graham through his recollections of detention under the Mental Health act, learning to

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One Day in December by Josie Silver @JosieSilver_ @PenguinUKBooks #WednesdayBookBlog #BookReview

Today guest reviewer Kimberly Livingston gives us her thoughts on One Day in December by Josie Silver. One Day in December by Josie Silver Looking for the perfect love story to snuggle up with on a cold afternoon? Get ready to escape into the heart-warming, feel-good bestseller that everyone’s falling in love with. ___________________________ Laurie is

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A Quarter Past Dead by TP Fielden @TPFielden1 @HQstories @LilyCapewell

Today on Love Books Group we have an exclusive excerpt from TP Fielden’s A Quarter Past Dead. Out now in the usual formats. Back of the book Murder can strike at any hour… It’s the late 1950s in tranquil Temple Regis, Devon. For holidaymakers it’s a glorious time of breathtaking scenery, picnics on beaches, and

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