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WWW Wednesday (March 12)

WWW Wednesday green

Hosted by Miz B at Should be Reading
To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…
• What are you currently reading?
• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?

I am currently reading The Toy Taker which is the third in the DI Corrigan Series written by former Detective is certainly feeling authentic!

The Toy Taker
Blurb

Your child has been taken…
Snatched in the dead of night from the safety of the family home. There’s no sign of forced entry, no one heard or saw a thing.
DI Sean Corrigan investigates.
He needs to find four-year-old George Bridgeman before abduction becomes murder. But his ability to see into dark minds, to think like those he hunts, has deserted him – just when he needs it most.
Another child vanishes.
What kind of monster is Corrigan hunting? And will he work it out in time to save the children? Goodreads

I have recently finished reading the epic dual time-line tale of Anahita Chevran with the historical setting around World War I
Click on the book cover to read my review.
The Midnight Rose

Next I am going to read The Other Half by Sarah Rayner, an author I love for her realistic portrayal of characters.

The Other Half

Blurb

Chloe, bright, hip and single, is a feature writer with ambitions to launch a magazine of her own. When she meets James, her potential new boss, she knows she shouldn’t mix business with pleasure, but finds it impossible to resist… Maggie appears to have it all. She’s beautiful, a talented writer, and has a gorgeous husband. But something’s not quite right: his job as a magazine publisher is keeping him in the city until late most evenings, and some nights he doesn’t come home at all… Told in the alternating voices of the mistress and the wife, this story of an affair is a sharp, seductive take on modern love. Who, if anyone, comes out unscathed? NetGalley

What are you reading this week? Please share your link or let me know by leaving a comment.

Author:

A book lover who clearly has issues as obsessed with crime despite leading a respectable life

20 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday (March 12)

  1. Ooh I keep seeing The Other Half around. I’m intrigued… I shall look out for your review. Oh my goodness, the cover of The Toy Taker is so freaky. I don’t think I could read that. 😀

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    1. The Toy Taker’s cover has me seriously disturbed but the story is good. I’m really looking forward to The Other Half, I loved Early One Morning as Sarah Rayner drops great observations into her writing. It’s ages since I’ve read a book about an affair 😉

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    1. Yes not keen on the cover of this one and it would be a physical book too 😉 I’m so looking forward to reading The Other Half as I enjoyed both Sarah Rayner’s previous books. You have a good reading week too!

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  2. Oh you’re making me think – without getting up and looking!

    I’m reading Stalkers by Paul Finch. Before that I read hopelessly Devoted to Holden Finn by Tilly Tennant and I’m reading the crime book club read next The Rage by Gene Kerrigan.

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  3. Haha! I have to agree The Toy Taker looks scary! I love the cover of The Other Half, but I don’t really like stories about affairs.
    Happy Reading!

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      1. I know what you mean! That’s one reason I’m so bad at reading books in a series.

        I’m really enjoying it. Almost 100 pages in, and it’s very good, but definitely sad like Code Name Verity (definitely something you should read!)

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