Danielle Steel is always an enjoyable read.
A History of Scandalous Behaviour at the Cape by June McKinnon (Zebra Press) ISBN 9781770229860
by Peter James (Macmillan) ISBN 9781447290674
The wonderful way that the author brings in a horde of workmen makes everything in the house seem so normal. Then there are messages on Ollie’s phone which disappear. Threatening messages. Caro and Jade decide to leave. Ollie runs after them. Read on.
The ending is as ghostly as the beginning. I couldn’t put this novel down.
“They said the dead can’t hurt you … they were wrong”. The by-line on the cover of Peter James’ latest book should send chills down your spine.
by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro (Century) IBSN 0781780890203
~~~Jack Morgan head of Private Investigations is being pushed to the limit. His car has been firebombed, his ex is dating someone else, and his twin brother is still out to destroy him. Add to that, Jack’s best friend is being held on a trumped-up charge that could see him locked away for a very long time, and it seems like all bets are off...
Meet the ghost who lives on the Twitter timeline - Joanne says no-one really dies on line – or do they? Then there’s the story where they aren’t really selling their children, just sending them to the Promised Land. Then, think of your road having a voice – maybe taking you home. Joanne describes it as being still warm, like an animal. Read on to Love me Tender reminding us of Elvis. And then, in praise of Beech trees, which she sees as sensitive, unlike heavy Oaks.
by Niall Leonard (Random House) R150 ISBN 978-0-857-53209-1
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