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This is quite possible my favourite book of November, and definitely in my top ten books of 2018. The book is a mix of genres classic crime-mystery; paranormal crime and urban fantasy. A combination that you wouldn’t necessarily expect but that works ...more
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I usually love Tilly Tennant books but this one fell a little short. I felt the romance was rushed and didn't quite feel true. It was a shame as she is usually one of my my go to authors for a Sunday afternoon read.
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This was a heartbreaking read, that I couldn't tear myself away from. I ended up reading it in one sitting. Clare Mackintosh has done a fabulous job of describing the emotional trauma parents must go through when they are faced with the most terrible ...more
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This is a beautiful and heartbreaking read. I admire the author for sharing her journey with her father and thank her for giving this insight into their lives. I am sure it will help anyone who is having to handle caring for a loved one with this ter ...more
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