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It's the summer...

Where have the past couple of months gone?

We've unlocked, we've partied, we've met up with family and friends & in between( hopefully) we've relaxed with a good book or two.

So what have I been reading? Here's a couple that I've enjoyed recently

In my opinion...

I would never have picked it up because of the title- but then I would have really missed out!

Time and again I thought I had worked it out, then there was another twist & I realised I hadn't.

Dark, uncomfortable, with unreliable characters, the truth always feels to be a step away. Tightly written & hard to put down, this is well worth a read.

Thank you Harper Colling & NetGalley for my ARC

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Everyone says Graham Catton was the perfect husband, professor and father.

Why would someone murder him?

His wife, Hannah Catton, tells the police she remembers nothing from the night of the murder.

Why would she lie to them?

Evidence against the accused, Mike Philips, is minimal and he protests his innocence throughout the trial.

Why would they convict him?

Journalist Anna Byers has overturned numerous prison sentences with her popular podcast CONVICTION and she believes the wrong man is behind bars.

What will she do to help him?

Someone knows more about the murder than they’re telling. It may have been Hannah’s husband who was killed, but listeners are about to become judge, jury and executioner on this season of CONVICTION.

Then there was this one...

In my opinion...

A parent's worst nightmare- turning up to collect your child from a playdate...& they're not there.

The pace moves rapidly, blame is cast around.

An intriguing & engrossing story- interestingly inspired by a real life situation that happened to the author.

Very 'enjoyable' - and I will look out for other books by this author.

Thank you Random House UK & NetGalley for my copy of this novel.

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One missing boy.

Marissa Irvine arrives at 14 Tudor Grove, expecting to pick up her young son Milo from his first playdate with a boy at his new school. But the woman who answers the door isn't a mother she recognises. She isn't the nanny. She doesn't have Milo. And so begins every parent's worst nightmare.

Four guilty women.

As news of the disappearance filters through the quiet Dublin suburb and an unexpected suspect is named, whispers start to spread about the women most closely connected to the shocking event. Because only one of them may have taken Milo - but they could all be blamed....

In a community full of secrets, who is really at fault?


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