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One by One by Ruth Ware @vintagebooks @RuthWareWriter @kellyalacey @lovebooksgroup #bookreview

One by One by Ruth Ware Snow is falling in the exclusive alpine ski resort of Saint Antoine The shareholders and directors of Snoop, the hottest new music app, gather for a make or break corporate retreat to decide the future of the company. At stake is a billion-dollar dot com buyout that could make

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Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams #bookreview #guestreview @DrHorrocks

Queenie is a twenty-five-year-old Black woman living in south London, straddling Jamaican and British culture whilst slotting neatly into neither. She works at a national newspaper where she’s constantly forced to compare herself to her white, middle-class peers, and beg to write about Black Lives Matter. After a messy break up from her long-term white

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One Family Christmas by Bella Osbourne @AvonBooksUK @osborne_bella #bookreview @lovebooksgroup

A big family. A whole lot of secrets. A Christmas to remember… This year, Lottie is hosting one last big family Christmas at the home she grew up in – just like her Nana would have wanted. But when her relatives descend on the old manor house, Lottie gets more than she bargained for. Every

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The Thief on the Winged Horse by Kate Mascarenhas @KateMascarenhas @HoZ_Books #bookreview

The Kendrick family have been making world-famous dolls for over 200 years. But their dolls aren’t coveted for the craftsmanship alone. Each one has a specific emotion laid on it by its creator. A magic that can make you feel bucolic bliss or consuming paranoia at a single touch. Though founded by sisters, now only

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The Merriest Magnolia by Michelle Major #Bookreview @KayePublicity @tamushamu

The Merriest Magnolia by Michelle Major Carrie Reed has always been known as her hometown Good Girl, yet she still loves Magnolia, North Carolina—after all, this is where her newly discovered sisters, Avery and Meredith, live. But Christmas is on its way and with it, her first love. Dylan Scott is back in town and

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Meet Me in London by @ToffTalks @MillsandBoon #Bookreview

Meet me in London by Georgia Toffolo What do you do when your fake engagement starts to feel too real… Aspiring clothes designer Victoria Scott spends her days working in a bar in Chelsea, and her evenings designing vintage clothes, dreaming of one day opening her own boutique. But these aspirations are under threat from

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#FlashbackFriday – The Lost Ones by Anita Frank #Bookreview @Ajes74 @joe_thomas2 @hqstories

Happy Halloween everyone! If you are looking for the perfect book to read today I highly recommend Anita Frank’s The Lost Ones. The book is totally outside my comfort zone on the level of creepiness. But I was drawn to it immediately and I am so glad I read it. My full spoiler free review

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Eudora Honeysett is Quite Well by Annie Lyons @1AnnieLyons @0neMoreChapter_ #Bookreview

Eudora Honeysett is Quite Well by Annie Lyons Eudora Honeysett is Quite Well by Annie Lyons Sometimes a book comes along that is just the perfect read. Like your favourite Sunday dinner, it’s delicious and it leaves you with that full belly feeling. That is what Annie Lyons has done with Eudora Honeysett. The premise

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