This book was soooooooooo good. It’s been absolutely ages since I read Desires of the Dead, but I started The Last Echo remembering pretty much everything about Violet, which says a lot about the previous two books because I basically just fell right back in love with this series. This is the third (and penultimate!) Body Finder novel, but it’s…

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Rowan Coleman is an author I’ve been reading for years – ever since I read The Accidental Mother, which is still one of my favourite books, ever. It’s amazing to see how Rowan’s books have evolved over the years, too, and she’s definitely moved over into more emotional, heart-hitting novels, and that’s no bad thing because I absolutely loved The…

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If you have yet to read any of Angela Marsons’s D.I. Kim Stone books, you need to stop reading this review right now, and go and buy Silent Scream. Heck, go and buy all four (well buy three and pre-order one) because you will DEVOUR them if you like well-written crime with a kick-ass lead heroine. Seriously. It’s been ages…

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Oh man. Oh man, oh man, oh man. This is why I’ve put off reading Evil Games for so long – because Angela Marsons makes you read her books in one sitting, with some kind of wizardry I’ve rarely encountered. I genuinely started this book at 6pm (after watching Pointless – they won the jackpot!) and finished it at 9.30pm.…

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The Accidental Life of Greg Millar was not what I was expecting AT ALL. I imagined a fun story, about a girl who finds love after losing the person she thought was her soulmate, someone who makes her happy again, and see the world in a much better light. And while it is that, for the first bit of the…

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