WWW Wednesday – What Am I Reading? 11th April 2018

WWW Wednesday – What Am I Reading? 11th April 2018

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WWW Wednesday is a meme from Sam at Taking On A World Of Words

The Three Ws are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

Have a read of last weeks post – What am I Reading? 4th April 2018

Currently Reading – Cross Your Heart by Kierney Scott

Cross Your Heart by Kierney Scott

Three young girls are missing. All of them cold cases. All of them forgotten. But when Detective Jess Bishop identifies a disturbing link between them, she’s determined to find out what happened, and fights to re-open their cases.

At the scene of each abduction the kidnapper left a clue – a small bag of candy – in place of the missing child.

And then a fourth child is taken. Eight-year-old Ava is snatched from her hospital bed and when a bag of candy is found in her room, Jessica knows it’s the same kidnapper.

As the pressure to solve the case pushes Jess and her team to breaking point, Jess takes a personal risk she fears she’ll live to regret. But she has no choice.

Out of hospital, Ava can only get sicker: Jess is running out of time. Can she find Ava before it’s too late?

Release Date – 25th April 2018

Purchase online from: Amazon.co.ukAmazon.com

Finished Recently – The Man on the Middle Floor by Elizabeth S. Moore

The Man on the Middle Floor by Elizabeth S Moore

Despite living in the same three-flat house in the suburbs of London, the residents are strangers to one another.

The bottom floor is home to Tam, a recent ex-cop who spends his days drowning his sorrows in whisky. On the middle floor is Nick, a young man with Asperger’s who likes to stick to his schedules and routines. The top floor belongs to Karen, a doctor and researcher who has spent her life trying to understand the rising rates of autism.

They have lived their lives separately, until now, when an unsolved murder and the man on the middle floor connect them all together. Told from three points of view, The Man on the Middle Floor is about disconnection in all its forms; sexual, physical, parental and emotional. It questions whether society is meeting the needs of the fast growing autistic section of society, or exacerbating it.

Release Date – 12th April 2018

Purchase online from: Amazon.co.ukAmazon.com

Reading Next – East of India by Erica Brown

East of India by Erica Brown

India, 1940. When Nadine learns that the Indian woman she thought her nanny is, in fact, her mother, she rebels against her English father and he arranges for her to be wed to an Australian merchant many years older. She is whisked off to her new husband’s plantation in Malaya but as the Second World War rages throughout the East, Nadine is taken captive by the Japanese.

She is held at a camp in Sumatra with other women and forced to entertain the soldiers and satisfy their desires. In the most unlikely circumstances, Nadine finds an ally and protector in a Japanese—American major caught up in the war. The two bond over their conflicted identities and gradually fall in love. But can Nadine survive long enough to find happiness?

Release Date – 16th April 2018

Purchase online from: Amazon.co.ukAmazon.com

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6 Responses

  1. Cross your heart looks brilliant to me! Thanks for sharing! Hope you enjoy it!

    Here is my week in books: http://bit.ly/MyWeekinBks2

  2. I’m intrigued by Cross Your Heart. Enjoy all of your reads…and thanks for visiting my blog.

  3. Cathy says:

    I just read a great review of The Man on the Middle Floor and I’m always attracted to historical fiction set in India so I like the sound of East of India.

    Here’s my WWW link: https://whatcathyreadnext.wordpress.com/2018/04/11/www-wednesdays-11th-april-18/

  4. These are all new to me. Thanks for sharing!
    Here’s what I’ve been reading https://www.boundtowriting.com/www-wednesday-april-11/

  5. East of India has a good premise, though I’m sure the parts where Nadine is a captive won’t be easy to read.

    My WWW post

  6. Cross Your Heart sounds interesting! Happy reading 🙂