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#Bookreview KILL THE NEXT ONE by Federico Axat (@FedericoAxat) A twisted and twisting thriller that questions identity, sanity, family, good and evil, and the nature of narration.

#Bookreview Her Last Breath: A shocking psychological thriller perfect for Hitchcock fans (Detective Kerri Blasco Book 2) by J.A. Schneider (@JoyceSchneider1 ) Suspense, red herrings, and a couple of detectives to keep an eye on.

#Bookreview Have Bags, Will Travel: Trips and Tales — Memoirs of an Over-Packer by D.G. Kaye (@pokercubster) Therapeutic for travellers as it shows you it could be worse!

#Bookreview Falling Pomegranate Seeds: The Duty of Daughters (The Katherine of Aragon Story Book 1) by Wendy J. Dunn (@wendyjdunn) A momentous historical period and a fascinating narrator

#Bookreview #RBRT WARNINGS UNHEEDED: TWIN TRAGEDIES AT FAIRCHILD AIR FORCE BASE by Andy Brown (@SSgtAndyBrown) Two tragedies that must be remembered and not repeated #TuesdayBookBlog

Literania 2017 (@Literania) Un festival de lectura muy especial. Llamando a autores, sponsors, blogueros, lectores…

#Bookreview Berlin. A Literary Guide for Travellers by Paul Sullivan (@slowberlin) and Marcel Krueger (@kingofpain666) Well researched, detailed and offering great insights into an emblematic city. #Berlin

#Bookreview BEHOLD THE DREAMERS: A NOVEL by Imbolo Mbue. Beautifully written story of a lost in translation version of the American Dream

Unfortunately, I won’t be around at that time, but if you’re anywhere near Llandeilo at the end of April, don’t miss this opportunity. Book the tickets now!

Source: Ticket sales Tickets are now on sale. Please note that due to the size limitations of the venues events can sell out quickly. To avoid disappointment please book in advance, even for the fr…

Source: #LlandeiloLitFest Tickets are now on sale | writerchristophfischer

#Bookreview AT THE EDGE OF THE ORCHARD by Tracy Chevalier (@Tracy_Chevalier) I enjoyed the story, the characters, the historical detail, the beautiful language and yes, the trees too

Rich Marcello

Author of The Beauty of the Fall, The Big Wide Calm, and The Color of Home


Tras miles de años de paz y armonía, una guerra entre dos razas desata la desolación en un territorio que quedará yermo. Tras tanto odio, muertes y residuo del poder arcano, surgirá un mal que hará que las razas que viven en Rahaylimu se unan de nuevo para combatirlo.

lucinda E Clarke

My blog - My books - and other interesting stuff about my adventures


Words, thoughts, and snapshots of life.

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