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Just read a gripping new thriller from M. J. Arlidge, Sunday Times bestselling author of the Helen Grace series.

Adam Brandt is a forensic psychologist, well used to dealing with the most damaged members of society.

But he's never met anyone like Kassie.

The teenager claims to have a terrible gift - with one look into your eyes, she can see when and how you will die....a really good read I loved it.

Also read Phillipa Gregory Tidelands.... I persevered but it wasnt my thing.... she admits its not her usual style ... I was disapointed especially with the ending.
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I recently found a new writer Helen Fields, she has a series, starting with "Perfect Remains", it has been a while since I read down this route but a French detective in the Scottish Capital, it was hard to resist..have read first 4.. so far.
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‘What a load o’ bowls or I’m all right Jack’ by Don East.
I picked this up for free at the short mat bowls club that I recently joined. Educationally and funny.
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I am just now finishing up W.E.B Griffin's "Honor Bound" 7 book series. Must be aprox 5,000 pages in total.

The "Honor Bound" books are set in Argentina during WW2. Griffin has taken real life historical events and real life people, including Juan Peron, and created a spell binding series of novels. Filled with, spies, an actual coup d'état, intrigue, assassinations, young love, Nazis, and a group of fictional characters and woven them together into a great read.
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The Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende.
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I am currently reading Peter May's "The Man with no Face", originally published in 1981 it has been re-released, with a few updates and doesn't read like an old book. A murder/crime book, it is set in Brussels amid all all the corruption, so no changes there then Have read quite a few of his books before and am enjoying this one too
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26-03-2020, 12:56 PM
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I'm reading, " No Known Grave" by Maureen Jennings, who wrote "Murdoch Mysteries", I love that program!

I read it before, got it from the library by mistake (I wish those machines would tell you that but, I'm enjoying it anyway. Good crime thriller!
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