Skin Deep by @lizzienugent [review]

Title: Skin Deep Author: Liz Nugent Publisher: Penguin UK [Synopsis] 'Once I had cleared the bottles away and washed the blood off the floor, I needed to get out of the flat.' Cordelia Russell has been living on the Côte d'Azur for ten years, posing as a posh English woman fallen on hard times. But… Continue reading Skin Deep by @lizzienugent [review]

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The Missing Ones [review]

[Synopsis] The hole they dug was not deep. A white flour bag encased the little body. Three small faces watched from the window, eyes black with terror. The child in the middle spoke without turning his head. 'I wonder which one of us will be next?' When a woman's body is discovered in a cathedral… Continue reading The Missing Ones [review]

Between Sisters [review]

[Synopsis] Cassie has spent her married life doing everything right - making sure her children have the perfect life, being a devoted wife to her husband and a dutiful daughter-in-law to his mother, even when her patience has been tested. Although it has left her so exhausted that 'wine o'clock' comes a little earlier each… Continue reading Between Sisters [review]

The Woman Who Stole My Life – review

The woman who stole my life - cover

I’ve been hugely looking forward to reading a new novel from Marian Keyes- she’s one of my favourite ‘chick-lit’ (I really don’t like that term, sorry!) authors because she writes her stories with more substance than other novels that are often categorised in this genre. Here’s the blurb: Stella Sweeney is back in Dublin. After… Continue reading The Woman Who Stole My Life – review

The Oyster Catcher by Jo Thomas

Here's a novel that I feel fits right into the 'chick-lit' genre (although I hate that term!). I don't read a lot of this quite wide genre but I do love certain authors of this style, including Marian Keyes, Sophie Kinsella and JoJo Moyes! I've never read any Jo Thomas though, so thought I'd give… Continue reading The Oyster Catcher by Jo Thomas