Monthly Archives: October 2017

Lie With Me by Sabine Durrant

Lie With Me by Sabine Durrant

The truth is, we all tell lies. A few lies never hurt anyone right? Wrong! Paul Morris has a plan. It starts with hiding or exaggerating a few things here and there. Paul is actually broke and has just been evicted from his rented flat and now resides with his mother. Twenty years ago, he wrote a novel which received ...

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The Caller By Chris Carter

The Caller by Chris Carter

If you are looking for a disturbing and spine-tingling thriller, The Caller by Chris Carter fits the bill. But be warned. If you have a weak stomach, this book is not for you. Filled with grisly details of each murder, you will be left feeling shaken by the gore. After a tough week, Tanya Kaitlin is looking forward to a ...

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Her Every Fear By Peter Swanson

Her Every Fear by Peter Swanson

London-based Kate Priddy experiences bouts of anxiety that often explodes into full-blown panic attacks after an abusive boyfriend beat her, locked her in a closet and then committed suicide by shooting himself. When Corbin Dell, a distant cousin in Boston whom she has never met, suggests the two temporarily swap apartments for six months, Kate sets aside her apprehension and ...

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RIP Young Man!

Drug addiction

RIP Young Man Another young life snubbed out Years of struggles came to nought Seeking escape from reality Only to meet with futility. The mountain was too tough to climb Drugs took him to hell, disguised as something sublime Like a prisoner in a prisoner cell Like a ship unable to set sail. Drugs destroyed his body Cutting short his ...

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I See You

Clare Mackintosh’s “I See You”

I have not done much reading lately as I have been preoccupied with a venture of mine for the past few months. And about three weeks ago, I started experiencing tunnel vision in my right eye, the second time this has happened in my life. Though my right eye vision has improved, I am still having a mild vision distortion ...

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