Last day of the month so have a look through my previous posts as this is the last chance to pick up bargain’s you might have missed, this includes the steal of the weekend Little Wing by Freya North that is currently still only 49p!
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Dead Wrong by Noelle Holten
The serial killer is behind bars. But the murders are just beginning…
DC Maggie Jamieson’s past comes back to haunt her in this dark and gripping serial killer thriller.
Three missing women running out of time…
They were abducted years ago. Notorious serial killer Bill Raven admitted to killing them and was sentenced to life.
The case was closed – at least DC Maggie Jamieson thought it was…
But now one of them has been found, dismembered and dumped in a bin bag in town.
Forensics reveal that she died just two days ago, when Raven was behind bars, so Maggie has a second killer to find.
Because even if the other missing women are still alive, one thing’s for certain: they don’t have long left to live…
There’s Something about Scarlett by Hannah Ellis
Three years of marriage, then they’ll go their separate ways…
Scarlett Mercer dreams of starting her own publishing company. But with no way to finance university, she might be stuck working in her aunt’s café indefinitely.
When a chance encounter leads her to an extreme solution, she’s desperate enough to go through with it. Even if it means marrying a guy she’s only just met.
What she doesn’t factor into her plans is how easily she gets overwhelmed. Soon, she’s struggling to navigate university life while living with a guy she barely knows.
Meanwhile, Fraser Graham is trying to figure out what it is about Scarlett that mesmerised him so much that he agreed to marry her.
When he realises what it is that makes her so different to anyone he’s ever met, the revelation leaves him reeling …
Will Scarlett manage to fulfil her dreams? And as sparks begin to fly, will their marriage end up being more than just convenient?
The Bench by Saskia Sarginson
It begins at the end.
It begins on a bench, on a heath, where a woman waits for a man.
Ten years ago, they made a pact:
On this bench, on this day, they will end a love affair that’s spanned three decades, or start again.
They should never have met. They should never have fallen in love.
But they did, until a lie separated them for a lifetime.
Can they fix the mistake, forgive the lie, erase the years in-between?
Can what was lost ever truly be found?
The Return by Nicholas Sparks
Trevor Benson never intended to return to North Carolina.
But here he is, back where it all began.
Trevor found himself unable to resist the call home when he inherited a tumbledown cabin from his grandfather. He’s come back to live the simple life but nothing here is simple.
There’s Callie, the sullen local teenager who seems to know more than she should about Trevor’s grandfather’s death. And there’s Natalie, the deputy sheriff intent on making a point and lingering in Trevor’s mind long after she’s left his porch.
In a bid to unravel Natalie and Callie’s secrets and to find out what really happened to his grandfather, Trevor is about to learn more than he’s bargained for – that sometimes, in order to move forward, we have to return to the place where it all began.
Welcome to Ferry Lane Market by Nicola May
Although thirty-three-year-old Kara Moon loves her hometown of Hartmouth in Cornwall, she has always wondered if she should have followed her dream of going off to study floristry. But she couldn’t bring herself to abandon her emotionally delicate single father, and has worked on Ferry Lane Market’s flower stall ever since leaving school.
When her good-for-nothing boyfriend cheats on her and steals her life savings, she finally dumps him and rents out her spare room as an Airbnb. Gossip flies around the town as Kara welcomes a series of foreign guests to her flat overlooking the estuary.
Then an anonymous postcard arrives, along with a plane ticket to New York. And there begins the first of three trips of a lifetime, during which she will learn important lessons about herself, her life and what she wants from it – and perhaps find love along the way.
Deadly Cry by Angela Marsons
You have to stop me from hurting anyone else. I don’t want to do these horrible things. Help me before I’m forced to do it again. And I will do it again because I have no choice. I’ve never had a choice.
In a busy shopping centre, a little girl clutches a teddy bear, clinging to it in the absence of her mother, Katrina. Hours later, Katrina’s body is discovered in an abandoned building. For Detective Kim Stone, it looks like a quick, functional kill. But Kim’s instincts tell her there’s more to this senseless murder than meets the eye. What was the motive for killing a young mother out shopping with her child?
Days later, a second victim is found in a local park, her neck broken just like Katrina’s and her six-year-old son missing.
With her colleague, Detective Stacey Wood, working on another unsolved crime and a member of the team grieving the loss of a close relative, Kim is struggling to make inroads on what is fast becoming a complex case. And when a handwritten letter from the killer lands on Kim’s desk addressed to her, and pleading for help, she knows time is running out to bring the little boy home alive.
With the support of a handwriting analyst and profiler, Kim and the team begin to get inside the mind of the killer and make a shocking discovery.
Some of the victims have scratch marks on their wrists.
But these are no random scratches. The killer is using them to communicate with someone. The question is… with whom?
And if Kim doesn’t find them soon, another innocent soul will die.
You Deserve Each Other by Sarah Hogle
Meet Naomi and Nicholas: the Perfect Couple.
Their glorious, lavish wedding is coming up in three short months . . . and they are utterly, miserably sick of each other.
Unfortunately, whoever backs out first will end up bearing the brunt of the wedding bill. When Naomi finds out that Nicholas has been feigning contentment too, the two of them go head-to-head in a battle of sabotage, pranks, and all-out emotional warfare to see who can annoy the other into surrendering first.
Now that they have nothing to lose, they’re finally being themselves. In fact, they’re having so much fun getting on each other’s nerves that it starts to feel like something else entirely…
The Dressmaker’s Secret by Lorna Cook
1941, Nazi-occupied Paris: In the glamorous Ritz hotel there is a woman with a dangerous secret…
As Coco Chanel’s assistant, Adèle lives side by side with German officers in the splendour of The Ritz hotel. But Adèle has a secret. She is working for the resistance, right under the Germans’ noses.
As occupied Paris becomes more and more dangerous, Adèle will have to decide if she can risk everything to save innocent lives and protect the man she loves…
Present day: Chloé’s grandmother has never spoken about the war and avoids questions about the legendary designer she once worked for.
Now Chloé has come to Paris, to uncover the truth about Adèle’s life. But is she prepared for what she will find? And for the power of her grandmother’s secrets to change her family forever…
Old Blood by Morgan Greene
With the scars of her last case still fresh on her skin, DI Jamie Johansson is piecing together a puzzle that’s been buried for twenty years. It killed her father, and now she’s determined to finish what he started and expose the corruption threaded through every street of Stockholm.
When a series of violent incidents rock Jamie’s fragile existence in Sweden, she’s faced with a choice — drop the case, or have her loan to Stockholm Police terminated.
Jamie must let go of everything she once believed in, and call in all the favours she can to find a chink in the impenetrable armour of the shadowy Imperium Holdings. They aren’t above extortion, bribery, murder, or anything else. And they don’t like it when people ask questions. Jamie wouldn’t be the first determined detective they’ve silenced, but she may be the last.
From gritty, blood-soaked city streets to desolate and deadly frozen tundras, this case will take Jamie all across Scandinavia in pursuit of the men responsible for shattering her life. They thought they weakened her by prising her from the protection of the Stockholm Police, but really, they just cut the chain around her neck…
Jamie Johansson is out for blood. Old Blood. And she won’t stop until she gets it.
These choices are just the books that I’d be tempted by rather than just any books that are on offer.
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