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Review: Behind Blue Eyes by C.S. Duffy

A British journalist moves to Sweden to live with her new boyfriend. While at a party on a private island, she discovers a decomposing body. Her boyfriend and his friends are hiding something – but what?

Review: The Last by Hanna Jameson

Nuclear weapons are detonated over Washington and cities around the world. Jon Keller, an American historian, is trapped in a remote Swiss hotel with twenty strangers. Then, one day, the body of a young girl is discovered. She’s been murdered. But by who?

Review: Our House by Louise Candlish

Fi Lawson arrives home to find a moving van in her driveway. At first, she thinks she’s mistaken, she and Bram certainly aren’t moving out. But there they are – another family, moving into Trinity Avenue. Moving into her home. How can this other family possibly think this house is theirs? And where is Bram?

Review: Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare

For the past two weeks Kate Bennet has lived under the control of a man claiming to be her uncle. He says that she did something terrible, something so unspeakable that he has to protect her from the police and media. Something that Kate can’t quite remember. As Kate uncovers some of her memories, she realises that Jim’s story isn’t quite adding up. Kate might not quite remember the night in question, but she is certain of one thing – she must escape.

Review: The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley

A group of Oxford graduates visit an isolated Scottish cabin to celebrate the coming New Year. Two days later, one of them is dead. How well do you know your friends? You know all their secrets … don’t you?

Review: Malice by Jennifer Jaynes

Dr. Daniel Winters is living a fairy-tale life with his beautiful new wife, lovely home, and promising career. He prides himself on being an honest and responsible man. But when his wife begins to act suspiciously, a fellow doctor and friend dies a suspicious death, and alcohol tightens its grip, everything is threatened. Can Daniel keep this life he’s always dreamed of while protecting his patients and marriage?