WWW Wednesday – What Am I Reading? 21st February 2018

WWW Wednesday – What Am I Reading? 21st February 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? 14th February 2018

Currently Reading – The Last Laugh by Tracy Bloom

The Last Laugh by tracy bloom

‘I’ve googled it, how to die,’ Jenny says to Maureen. ‘It was full of climbing this mountain, swimming that sea, becoming a marathon runner and raising millions for charity.’

‘Sounds like bloody hard work. You can make it more fun than that surely?’

Jenny discovers her days are numbered at the same time she discovers her husband is having an affair…

Frankly, her life was tough enough already. Two tricky teenagers, her mother’s constant complaints, friends who aren’t up to the job and a career which has been spiralling downwards since she won ‘Sunseeker Tour Rep of the Season’ twenty years ago.

And now this: a cheating husband and a death sentence.

Enough is enough. Jenny vows to keep both catastrophes a secret. She takes her life – and death – into her own hands and decides to live as she did when she was happiest… in 1996. She plans a spectacular 1990s themed party in place of a wake that she herself will attend. But will she be able to keep her secrets for long enough to have the party of a lifetime?

Release Date – 23rd February 2018

Purchase online from: Amazon.co.ukAmazon.com


Finished Recently – These Dividing Walls by Fran Cooper

These Dividing Walls by Fran Cooper

What building doesn’t have secrets?

How much does anyone know of what goes on behind their neighbour’s doors?

On a hot June day, grief-stricken Edward arrives in Paris hoping that a stay in a friend’s empty apartment will help him mend. But this is not the Paris he knows: there are no landmarks or grand boulevards, and the apartment he was promised is little more than an attic room.

In the apartments below him, his new neighbours fill their flats with secrets. A young mother is on the brink, a bookshop owner buries her past, and a banker takes up a dark and malicious new calling.

Before he knows it, Edward will find himself entangled in their web, and as the summer heat intensifies so do tensions within and without the building, leading to a city-wide wave of violence, and a reckoning within the walls of number 37.

Release Date – 8th February 2018

Purchase online from: Amazon.co.ukAmazon.com


Reading Next – Scorched Earth by David Mark

Scorched Earth by David Mark

Detective McAvoy investigates a murder and a missing person case in this dark and compelling thriller, for fans of Stuart MacBride and Peter May.

The police think Crystal Heathers isn’t missing.

The trainee detective assigned to the case isn’t so sure.

McAvoy thinks someone was being held at the derelict building where they just found a body pinned to the wall…and that all the signs point to it being a little girl.

But why would anyone not report a kidnapping?

And how far would someone go to get revenge?

The case will test McAvoy to breaking point – as the crimes of the present lead him to a final violent confrontation with an enemy from his own past.

Release Date – 25th January 2018

Purchase online from: Amazon.co.ukAmazon.com


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9 Responses

  1. I’m intrigued by These Dividing Walls. Enjoy your upcoming reads, and thanks for sharing….and thanks for visiting my blog.

  2. Great books… The last laugh’s cover caught my eyes right away but it sound depressing. :0 But these dividing walls seemed to be more interesting.. Will check your review. 🙂 🙂 Happy reading and have a great week. 🙂

  3. Julie says:

    Scorched Earth sounds very interesting. Detective stories are best in the winter time

  4. Lindsay Hill says:

    These Dividing Walls sounds like a book I’d really enjoy. I’ve added to my wish list. Thanks for the recommendation 🙂

  5. Haven’t heard of any but These Dividing Walls sounds intriguing 🙂

  6. Scorched Earth looks fabulously chilling… Except I can’t do thrillers with little kids! They play with my heart too much!

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