What if the person you thought you knew best turns out to be someone you never knew at all...
Another from the Series ‘A Diary of...’
A missing child. A desperate mother. And a house full of secrets.
JP Delaney is a pseudonym of Tony Strong. Having read the popular 'The Girl Before,' I was looking forward to reading 'Believe Me' and taking part in the social media book tour. The book's main protagonist is Claire, a troubled British actress who is living in America after becoming embroiled in a scandal at home.… Continue reading Book Review: Believe Me by J P Delaney #bookreview #booktour @Quercusbooks #socialmediatour #believeme #bookblog
The Mirror and the Mountain is a story about Jonah and Summer, a pair of 11 year olds who get transported through a mirror in to a mystical land. When they arrive in Presida, a war-Torn land, they realise that the mirror has broken and they are unable to return home. They embark on an… Continue reading Book Review: The Mirror and the Mountain by Luke Aylen @lukeaylen @LionHudson #TheMirrorAndTheMountain #NetGalley #amreading #bookblog
I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for a Review. Publication date: 21/7/18, 352 pages. This story revolves around Emma Townsend, a 5 year old girl. She is a quiet, beaten-down child, largely down to her crass, uncaring mother, Amy. Amy has another child, Robbie, but has never bonded with her first born and… Continue reading Book Review: Not Her Daughter by Rea Frey @StMartinsPress @ReaFrey_Author #NetGalley #NotHerDaughter #amreading #bookblog #bookreviewp
The Mist-torn Witches is the first in a series of 4 books by Barb Hendee. Published in 2013. The titles in order are; The Mist Torn Witches Witches in Red Witches with the Enemy To Kill a Kettle Witch When I first started reading about Céline and Amelie Fawe, a pair of orphaned sisters, I… Continue reading Book Review: The Mist Torn Witches (1st in a 4 book series) by Barb Hendee @BarbHendeeOrg #amreading #bookblog #bookreview #bookblogger
You meet her. You trust her. You shouldn’t.
“One of those books you just have to read.”