BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Wife’s House by Arianne Richmonde

Our main character (who is incidentally, never named) is left living alone in her magnificent clifftop home (aptly named Cliffside), when her husband Juan is killed in a tragic accident not long after they'd moved in. The house is a stunning glass structure, built far away from its closest neighbours and the nearest stores. Anyone... Continue Reading →

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – As Greek As It Gets by Sue Roberts

If only we could bottle the feeling that you get from reading this book - now THAT would be a bestseller! This book is pure liquid sunshine! Alice Clark is engaged to the gorgeous and generous Max. She's happy and content, if not a little bit flustered at the way the wedding plans seem to... Continue Reading →

BOOK REVIEW – The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn

Child Psychologist, Dr Anna Fox hasn’t left her apartment in 10 months. She manages surprisingly well without setting foot into the outside world. She stays connected through her online chat groups, where she’s able to help other ‘Agoraphobes’. She can order all her groceries online and they get delivered. She can also order all her... Continue Reading →

BOOK REVIEW – Duplicity by Sibel Hodge

Oh my very goodness!!! I don’t remember the last time I flew through a book like this! This one ticks all the boxes for a psychological thriller that you just can’t put down. Fast-paced, tons of ‘OMG’ moments, and with enough twists and turns to ensure you’ll need a good physiotherapist to see you right... Continue Reading →

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