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End of Watch by Stephen King

‘End of Watch’ is the brilliant conclusion to Stephen King’s Bill Hodges trilogy. If you’re thinking of reading this novel, make sure that you read the other two novels ‘Mr Mercedes’ and ‘Finders Keepers’ first. Bill Hodges and Holly Gibney … Continue reading

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Touch Not the Cat by Mary Stewart

I love Mary Stewart, so when I saw this book I couldn’t resist it, even though I normally avoid romance books. I first read this book about 35 years ago. Bryony Ashley has had a telepathic link with someone all … Continue reading

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Labyrinth by Kate Mosse

‘Labyrinth’ is the first book in Kate Mosse’s Languedoc trilogy. The second is ‘Sepulchre’ and the final is ‘Citadel’. In Labyrinth, Kate Mosse links the lives of two women. Alais lives in the 1200s in Carcasonne in South West France … Continue reading

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Citadel by Kate Mosse

‘Citadel’ is my favourite Kate Mosse book so far. It is the third in the Languedoc trilogy. The other two in the trilogy are ‘Labyrinth’ and ‘Sepulchre’. ‘Citadel’ while containing stories from two different time periods, doesn’t have the main … Continue reading

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What the Night Knows by Dean Koontz

I didn’t realise before starting this book that it was actually a ghost story, and was expecting something a bit spooky but grounded in the rational world. If you like ghost stuff, then fine, but it’s not really my thing. … Continue reading

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Sepulchre by Kate Mosse

Sepulchre is a tale of romance, secrets, murder and the occult set in France, both in Paris and in the beautiful French countryside around Carcasonne and Rennes-les-Bains. The story switches between two heroines:- Leonie, a 17 year old in 1891, … Continue reading

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