BOOKS-ON-TOUR – Trust Me by Sheryl Browne

I sometimes think it might be nice to live in a small little village, where everyone knows each other, and there's no hustle and bustle; where there's a sense of comfort and kinship; where everyone looks out for their neighbour. But then again, at the same time as looking out for you, they might also... Continue Reading →

BOOKS ON TOUR – Perfect Stranger by Jake Cross

What would you do if someone turned up on your doorstep and announced that she thinks she's your daughter? That's what happens to Chris and Rose. They've had a solid marriage for 20 years (they've been planning a celebration party with family and friends for their anniversary), and they live a fairly uneventful, secure life... Continue Reading →

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