The Housemaid by Freida McFaddon

I chose this book because the author is particularly hot right now, and her books are frequently mentioned in the psychological thriller Facebook groups I’m a member of. This was my first book by the author and I wasn’t disappointed! (No spoilers). 

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My Darling Daughter by JP Delaney

I was super lucky to get an advanced copy of the latest book from JP Delaney – one of my favourite authors. And this book did not disappoint – it’s a page turner!

Here’s what it’s about (don’t worry – no spoilers)

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Dark Fae by Caroline Peckham & Susanne Valenti

I haven’t had this much fun reading a book in ages – it was so unpredictable and I never knew which character’s POV I’d be reading from next. This book has vampires, shape shifters, magic, drugs, a cult, and spice. But that’s not even the best thing about the book… (No spoilers.)

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Anthrovision: How Anthropology Can Explain Business And Life by Gillian Tett

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Many people see anthropology as relatively unimportant. I mean who really cares about marriage rituals in some far flung place that you’re never going to get to. However, in her book Anthrovision, Tett explains how the lateral thinking practiced in anthropology can shed light on such vital topics as the world economy, the digital landscape, the sustainability movement, choosing a school, and dealing with a pandemic. (Contains spoilers.)

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Zodiac Academy The Awakening by Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti

This book has been described as what Hogwarts might be like if it were run by Voldermort – and that’s a great way to describe it…(don’t worry, no spoilers)

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She Is Me, Too by T.M. Shivener

When I saw everyone raving about this book in a Facebook Group for Psychological Thrillers, I just had to see what all the fuss was about – and I wasn’t disappointed! The main character (or main 2 characters) suffers from multiple personality disorder (Don’t worry this review does not contain spoilers!)

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The List by Florian Dennisson

Wow, that was unexpected!
When I read the synopsis for this book I was immediately intrigued – a strange man turns up at a police station repeatedly saying nothing but “I killed them all!” and handing over a list of four names. But as yet, there are no reported suspicious deaths…(Don’t worry, this review is spoiler-free!)

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