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WWW Wednesday (March 19)

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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 Skeletons by Jane Fallon

Skeletons

Blurb

Jen has discovered a secret.
It’s not hers to share, but is it hers to keep?
If she tells her husband Jason, he might get over the shock but will he forgive her for telling the truth? She might drive a wedge through their marriage.
If she tells someone else in Jason’s family – the family she’s come to love more than her own – she’d not only tear them apart but could also find herself on the outside: she’s never really been one of them, after all.
But if she keeps this dirty little secret to herself, how long can she pretend nothing is wrong? How long can she live a lie?
Jen knows the truth – but is she ready for the consequences? Amazon

I have just finished The Next Time You See Me by Holly Goddard Jones, I really enjoyed this one and my review will be posted very soon!

The Next Time You See Me

To read the blurb and a teaser look at my Tuesday Post

Next I plan to read the police procedural Sorrow Bound by the former crime reporter, David Mark.

Sorrow Bound

Blurb

Philippa Longman will do anything for her family.
Roisin McAvoy will do anything for her friends.
DS Aector McAvoy will do anything for his wife.
Yet each has an unknown enemy – one that will do anything to destroy them. Amazon

What are you reading and is it good?

Author:

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

26 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday (March 19)

  1. Really want to read your review of “The Next Time You See Me”. I think that’s one to be added to my wishlist. Also curious to find out what you think of the Jane Fallon book. I’ve enjoyed some of her previous books but not all.

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    1. I enjoyed the first two of Jane Fallon’s books and then didn’t really enjoy the next two at all (despite one featuring my name, such a rarity) This one is much more my type of read, good characters and sharp humour. I’m crafting my review tonight, I find it so much harder when I really love a book, no-one wants to read a huge gush!!

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  2. I don’t read a lot of police procedurals (at least if they don’t have a magic/fantasy twist), I’m more into the Hercule Poirot type of murder mysteries, but I’m intrigued that a crime reported has written a police procedural. He must bring a different insider/outsider perspective to the matters.

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