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The Accidental Honeymoon by Portia MacIntosh
@PortiaMacIntosh @HQDigitalUK


What happens in Vegas…
When Georgie discovers that her fiancé has been cheating on her, only a few days before her cousin’s wedding, her whole world explodes. Facing a romantic trip to Vegas alone, she decides to go out and have some fun…

…but Georgie never expected to wake up wed! And even worse, she can’t remember who to. So when gorgeous Jack reveals himself as her husband, she can’t believe her luck – he’ll act as the perfect wedding date!

Even if it is their very accidental honeymoon, surely the newlyweds can keep their emotions in check for just a few days more?

Don’t miss the laugh-out-loud romantic comedy from Portia MacIntosh, author of It’s Not You, It’s Them. Perfect for fans of Rosie Blake, Sophie Kinsella and Lindsey Kelk.

Book Rating: 9/10

Delightfully romantic, lighthearted and charmingly entertaining!

This is an exceptionally humourous tale about the outgoing, spontaneous Georgie who suddenly finds herself heading to a family wedding with not only a fake fiancé but an unexpected groom.

The prose is playful and lively. The characters, especially Jack, are dishy, kind and easygoing. And the plot is quick-witted, funny and full of quirky mishaps, awkward moments, tricky situations, delicious chemistry, and the predictable but mandatory happy ever after we all love.

I have to admit that there’s just something about Portia’s novels that keep me coming back for more. They truly are the perfect rom-com with the right amount of laughs, appealing storylines, and endearing characters.

If you haven’t had a chance to read my reviews for Portia MacIntosh’s other novels, It’s Not You, It’s Them or Truth or Date, you can check them out here:

Thank you to Portia MacIntosh and HQ Digital for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.

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Bachelor Girl by Kim van Alkemade
@KimvanAlkemade @SimonSchusterCA


From the New York Times bestselling author of Orphan #8 comes a fresh and intimate novel about the destructive power of secrets and the redemptive power of love—inspired by the true story of Jacob Ruppert, the millionaire owner of the New York Yankees, and his mysterious bequest in 1939 to an unknown actress, Helen Winthrope Weyant.

When the owner of the New York Yankees baseball team, Colonel Jacob Ruppert, takes Helen Winthrope, a young actress, under his wing, she thinks it’s because of his guilt over her father’s accidental death—and so does Albert Kramer, Ruppert’s handsome personal secretary. Helen and Albert develop a deepening bond the closer they become to Ruppert, an eccentric millionaire who demands their loyalty in return for his lavish generosity.

New York in the Jazz Age is filled with possibilities, especially for the young and single. Yet even as Helen embraces being a “bachelor girl”—a working woman living on her own terms—she finds herself falling in love with Albert, even after he confesses his darkest secret. When Ruppert dies, rumors swirl about his connection to Helen after the stunning revelation that he has left her the bulk of his fortune, which includes Yankee Stadium. But it is only when Ruppert’s own secrets are finally revealed that Helen and Albert will be forced to confront the truth about their relationship to him—and to each other.

Inspired by factual events that gripped New York City in its heyday, Bachelor Girl is a hidden history gem about family, identity, and love in all its shapes and colors.

Book Rating: 8.5/10

Passionate, evocative, and thoroughly absorbing!

Bachelor Girl is an intriguing interpretation about the life of Colonel Jacob Ruppert, the wealthy American brewer and owner of the New York Yankees who became known for his successful acquisition of the legendary slugger Babe Ruth, the construction of the iconic Yankee Stadium, and the unusually large endowment he left to a young, unknown actress upon his death.

The prose is eloquent and fluid. The characters are genuine, well drawn, and endearing. And the story sweeps you away to New York City during the 1920s when women were shortening their skirts, cutting their hair and gaining independence, prohibition was in full force, and love in all its forms was expressed but still hidden.

Bachelor girl is a fascinating, well-written, richly described story about friendship, loyalty, familial relationships, sexual identity, secrets, prosperity, ambition, life, loss, and love. And even though there is not much known about Colonel Jacob Ruppert’s close, personal relationships, van Alkemade has done an exceptional job of taking historical facts and surrounding them with fiction that is both captivating and exceptionally alluring.


About the Author:

Kim van Alkemade was born in New York City and spent her childhood in suburban New Jersey. Her late father, an immigrant from the Netherlands, met her mother, a descendant of Eastern European Jewish immigrants, in the Empire State Building. She attended college in Wisconsin, earning a doctorate in English from UW-Milwaukee. She is a professor at Shippensburg University where she teaches writing, and lives in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Her creative nonfiction essays have been published in literary journals including Alaska Quarterly Review, So To Speak, and CutBank. Orphan # 8 was her first novel.


Thank you to Simon & Schuster Canada for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.


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How Not to be a Bride by Portia MacIntosh
@PortiaMacIntosh @HQDigitalUK



Definitely, maybe…yes?

Mia Valentina gave up her high-flying life in LA to move back to Kent over four years ago. But it turns out that life in the slow lane isn’t all it’s cracked up to be!

So when her boyfriend Leo proposes, she says yes, hoping it will bring some much needed sparkle back into her life. The trouble is, Mia never wanted a big white wedding, just the happy ever after…

The laugh-out-loud, uplifting new book from Portia MacIntosh, author of It’s Not You, It’s Them. Perfect for fans of Rosie Blake and Sophie Kinsella.

Book Rating: 9/10

Heartwarming, amusing, and positively enchanting!

How Not to be a Bride is a lighthearted rom-com full of heart and humour that reminds us that life is often full of pressures, challenges, misunderstandings, and surprises and sometimes all we need to do to find happiness is communicate, compromise and find balance.

The writing is crisp and witty. The characters are flawed, lovable, funny and sincere. And the plot sweeps you away into the lives of Mia and Leo as they learn the importance of being true to one’s self, family, friendship, trust, acceptance, and unconditional love.

Once again, MacIntosh has written a novel that I truly adore. How Not to be a Bride is wonderfully entertaining, enjoyable and has a storyline that will make you laugh, smile and most definitely leave you wanting more. 

If you haven’t had a chance to read my reviews for Portia MacIntosh’s other novels, The Accidental Honeymoon, It’s Not You, It’s Them, or Truth or Date, you can check them out here:

About the Author:

Portia MacIntosh has been ‘making stuff up’ for as long as she can remember – or so she says. Whether it was blaming her siblings for that broken vase when she was growing up, blagging her way backstage during her rock chick phase or, most recently, whatever justification she can fabricate to explain away those lunchtime cocktails, Portia just loves telling tales. After years working as a music journalist, Portia decided it was time to use her powers for good and started writing novels. Taking inspiration from her experiences on tour with bands, the real struggle of dating in your twenties and just trying to survive as an adult human female generally, Portia writes about what it’s really like for women who don’t find this life stuff as easy as it seems.

Thank you to Portia MacIntosh and HQ Digital for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.

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Bountiful (True North #4) by Sarina Bowen
@SarinaBowen @ninabocci


No last names. No life stories. Those were the rules.

Once upon a time a cocky, copper-haired tourist sauntered into Zara’s bar. And even though she knew better, Zara indulged in a cure for the small-town blues. It was supposed to be an uncomplicated fling—a few sizzling weeks before he went back to his life, and she moved on.

Until an accidental pregnancy changed her life.

Two years later, she’s made peace with the notion that Dave No-Last-Name will never be found. Until one summer day when he walks into her coffee shop, leveling her with the same hot smile that always renders her defenseless.

Dave Beringer has never forgotten the intense month he spent with prickly Zara. Their nights together were the first true intimacy he’d ever experienced. But the discovery of his child is the shock of a lifetime, and his ugly past puts relationships and family out of reach.

Or does it? Vermont’s countryside has a way of nurturing even tortured souls. The fields and the orchards—and hard won love—are Bountiful.






Alphabetical by Author

Cara Sue Achterberg


Lara Adrian

Cecelia Ahern


Annabeth Albert


V. S. Alexander

Rachel Amphlett

Amy Andrews


Mary Kay Andrews

Kate Angell

Fredrik Backman

Mandy Baggot


Mary Jayne Baker


Sara Bailey

Sarah Bailey

David Baldacci


Tom Bale

Kathleen Barber

Lilly Bartlett

Fiona Barton

Jefferson Bass

Belinda Bauer

Michael Bearcroft

Janet Beard

M.C. Beaton

Kimberly Belle

Sawyer Bennett

Elizabeth Berg

Emanuel Bergmann

Sunita Lad Bhamray

Juliet Blackwell

Mackenzie Blair

Lauren Blakely

Barbie Bohrman


Darcie Boleyn

Sarina Bowen


Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy


Sarina Bowen & Sarah Mayberry

Ann Brashares

Allison Brennan


Jamie Brenner

Helen Bridgett

Laura Briggs


Alison Brodie

Sandra Brown

Sheryl Browne

Robert Bryndza


Jaci Burton


Mary Burton


Catherine Bybee

Meg Cabot

Michele Campbell

Kristy Cambron

Claudia Carroll

Elle Casey

Diane Chamberlain

Rebecca Chance

Diane Chandler

Sun Chara

Samantha Chase

Kathy Clark


Alcie Clayton

Chris Cleave

Paul Cleave

Chanel Cleeton

Ann Cleeves

Harlan Coben

Colleen Coble

Lee Cockburn

Julie Cohen

Gwen Cole

Beatrice Colin

Katy Colins

Michael Connelly

Vivian Conroy


Nicola Cornick

Armando Lucas Correa

Glen Craney

Kathryn Croft

Rachel Crowther

Lauren Dane

B.J. Daniels

Michelle Davies


Barbara Davis

H. P. Davenport


Anita Diamant

Lucy Diamond


HelenKay Dimon


Christina Dodd

Kemper Donovan

Rebecca Drake

Brendan Dubois

Rory Dunlop

Helen Dunmore


Nicole Edwards

Cheryl Elaine

Laurie Ellingham

Lexie Elliott

Janet Evanovich & Lee Goldberg

Stephanie Evanovich

Karen Fenech

Tawna Fenske

Katie Fforde

Annabel Fielding

Julia Fierro

Rosie Fiore

Giovanna Fletcher

Tony J. Forder

Gayle Forman

Delores Fossen

Cathryn Fox

Victoria Fox

Michelle Frances

Caro Fraser

Kitty French

Katherine Garbera

Lisa Gardner


Hazel Gaynor

Nina George

Ann Girdharry


Terry Goodkind

Daisy Goodwin

Robert Goolrick

Camilla Grebe

Alex Grecian

Vanessa Greene

Julia Gregson

Hélène Grémillon

Laura Griffin


James Grippando

Chase Taylor Hackett

Jenny Hale

Sarah Hall

Ella Harper

John Hart

Megan Hart


Pamela Hartshorne

Amy Hatvany

Humphrey Hawksley

Elizabeth Haynes

Emma Healey

Elizabeth Heiter

Patti Callahan Henry

Jason Hewitt

Kristan Higgins

Elin Hilderbrand


Matt Hilton

Faith Hogan

Linda Howard

Karen M. Hoyle

Anita Hughes


Jane Elizabeth Hughes

Helen Humphreys

Allegra Huston

Lisa Jackson


Meredith Jaeger

Caroline James


Daisy James

Peter James

Kelly Jamieson


Louise Jensen

Sarah Jio

Iris Johansen


Justine John

Jane Johnson

Carol Jones

Jack Jordan

Susanna Kearsley

Lindsey Kelk

Julia Keller

Mira Lyn Kelly

David Kerby-Kendall

Laura Kemp


Kate Kerrigan


Harper Kincaid

Sophie Kinsella


William Kent Krueger

Mary Kubica

Jackie Ladbury

Jane Lambert

Mark Lamprell

Liz Lawler

Lauren Layne


Robinne Lee

Rita Leganski

Taryn Leigh

Jessica Lemmon


Aga Lesiewicz

Elli Lewis

K.A. Linde


Johanna Lindsey

Kalan Chapman Lloyd

Stefanie London


Laura Lovett

Shari Low


Christina Lynch

S. E. Lynes

Sharon Maas

Clare Mackintosh

Portia MacIntosh


Laura Madeleine

Susan Mallery


Christine Mangan

Danielle R. Mani

Sara Manning

Jill Mansell

Nadia Marks

Holly Martin


Nigel May


Molly McAdams

Kristina McBride


Debbie A. McClure

Kimberly McCreight


Val McDermid

Mhairi McFarlane

Ami McKay

K.A. McKeagney

Catherine McKenzie

Paula McLain

Kate Meader


The Melbourne Romance Writers Guild

David Meredith

Teresa Messineo

A.L. Michael

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Lilac Mills

Caroline Mitchell

J.P. Monninger

J.S. Monroe

Santa Montefiore

Jan Moran

Michelle Moran


Kate Moretti

Sarah Morgan


Simon Morrison

Donna Morrissey

Jojo Moyes

Roz Nay

Carla Neggers

Jo Nesbo

Celeste Ng

Rebecca Norinne

Rebecca Norinne & Jamaila Brinkley

Brenda Novak


Kevin O’Connell


Deborah O’Connor

Cassandra O’Leary


Jenny Oliver

Michael Palmer & Daniel Palmer


Alyssa Palombo

Richard Parker

B. A. Paris


Kelly Parsons


James Patterson


Sophie Pembroke

Gin Phillips

Anna Pitoniak

Anna Premoli

Jennifer Probst


M. J. Pullen

Anna Quindlen

Jamie Raintree

Rebecca Raisin


Erika Raskin

Katherine Reay

Kathy Reichs

S.L. Reid

Taylor Jenkins Reid

Tiffany Reisz


Rachael Richey


Sara Rider

Ransom Riggs

Lucinda Riley


Nathan Ripley

Karen Robards

Mark Roberts

Nora Roberts

Jane Robins

Jennifer Robson

Susan Roebuck

Aleatha Romig


Nico Rosso

Rainbow Rowell

Danielle Ryan

Kendall Ryan


Jill Sanders

Joanna Schaffhausen

Lisa Scottoline


Lisa See

Claire Seeber

Jill Shalvis

Mia Sheridan

K.L. Slater


Karin Slaughter


Tom Rob Smith

Anna Snoekstra

Gina Sorell

Shannon Stacey


Marissa Stapley

Stephanie St. Claire

Simone St. James

Danielle Steel

Susie Steiner

Chevy Stevens

Louise Stone

Rebecca Stonehill


Jessica Strawser

Elizabeth Strout

James Swallow

Karen Swan


Denise Grover Swank

Cynthia Swanson

Peter Swanson

Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney

Robertson Tait

Courtney Evan Tate

L. Taylor & Amy H. Lynn

Denis Thériault

Carol Thomas

Jodi Thomas

Mike Thomas

Monika Jephcott Thomas


Catherine Tinley

Liz Tipping

Samantha Tonge

Mary Torjussen

Joanna Trollope


K.A. Tucker

Anne Tyler

Kim van Alkemade

Ernest van der Kwast

Rachel Van Dyken


Sarah Vaughan

Jenni L. Walsh

Jesmyn Ward

J. R. Ward

Ruth Ware

Debra Webb

Matt Wesolowksi 

Catherine West

Lauren Westwood

Kate White

Loreth Anne White

Beatriz Williams


T.A. Williams


L.A. Witt


L.A. Witt & Cari Z

Carol Wyer

Maisey Yates

Sonja Yoerg

Gabrielle Zevin


A Million Little Things by Susan Mallery @SusanMallery @HarlequinBooks


From the bestselling author of The Girls of Mischief Bay and The Friends We Keep comes a twisty tale of family dynamics that explores what can go terribly, hysterically wrong when the line between friendship and family blurs 

Zoe Saldivar is more than just single-she’s ALONE. She recently broke up with her longtime boyfriend, she works from home and her best friend Jen is so obsessed with her baby that she has practically abandoned their friendship. The day Zoe accidentally traps herself in her attic with her hungry-looking cat, she realizes that it’s up to her to stop living in isolation.

Her seemingly empty life takes a sudden turn for the complicated-her first new friend is Jen’s widowed mom, Pam. The only guy to give her butterflies in a very long time is Jen’s brother. And meanwhile, Pam is being very deliberately seduced by Zoe’s own smooth-as-tequila father. Pam’s flustered, Jen’s annoyed and Zoe is beginning to think “alone” doesn’t sound so bad, after all.

Friendship isn’t just one thing-it’s a million little things, and no one writes them with more heart and humor than book club sensation Susan Mallery! 

Book Rating: 8/10

Charming, lighthearted and thought-provoking!

This is an affecting novel that reminds us of the importance to always live life to the fullest, understand and accept that some things are beyond our control and that there truly is no age limit for falling in love. 

The writing is smooth and even. The main female characters are strong, determined, sympathetic and real. And the plot is a heartfelt journey full of self discovery, friendship, familial relationships, love, loss, and motherhood.

This is the third novel in the Mischief Bay series and once again Mallery has written a novel that is touching, compelling and highly entertaining.

Thank you to NetGalley, especially Harlequin – MIRA for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.

This book is due to be published on February 28, 2017.

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Good Boy by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy @SarinaBowen @ElleKennedy @ninabocci


Hosting her brother’s wedding for an MVP guest list is the challenge of Jess Canning’s life. Already the family screw-up, she can’t afford to fail. And nobody (nobody!) can learn of the colossal mistake she made with the best man during a weak moment last spring. It was wrong, and there will not be a repeat. Absolutely not. Even if he is the sexiest thing on two legs.

Blake Riley sees the wedding as fate’s gift to him. Jess is the maid of honor and he’s the best man? Let the games begin. So what if he’s facing a little (fine, a lot) of resistance? He just needs to convince the stubborn blonde that he’s really a good boy with a bad rap. Luckily, every professional hockey player knows that you’ve got to make an effort if you want to score.

But Jess has more pressing issues to deal with than sexy-times with a giant man-child. Such as: Will the ceremony start on time, even though someone got grandma drunk? Does glitter ever belong at a wedding? And is it wrong to murder the best man?

Caution: May cause accidental aspiration of tea or coffee. Do not read in a public place where loud laughter is inappropriate. Contains hot but hilarious hockey players, puppy cuddling and a snarky pair of underwear.

Book Rating: 8/10

Sexy, steamy and fun!

This is a provocative tale between the cocky, green-eyed, well-hung Blake who is looking for a good time, not a long time, after being burned in the past, and the loyal, modest, wedding planner turned nursing student Jess who is desperately trying to start again and find herself.

The writing is well done. The supporting characters include the lovable and charming Jamie and Wes from the “Him” series.  And the plot is a sultry mix of familial dynamics, blistering chemistry, suggestive dirty talk, blossoming romance, as well as a little sneak peek into what it’s like to be the wife/girlfriend of a professional athlete.

What more can I say. When two of the most popular, successful authors of a genre collaborate you get a highly entertaining, lighthearted, scrumptious read that you’ll devour.


Good Boy is the first book in the “WAGS” series and the second book in the series, STAY, is due out in mid June.



Thank you to Nina Bocci, Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.

Good Boy is due to be published on January 31, 2017.

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Best Reads of 2017

Every year there is always those few books that you love and want to recommend and share with everyone.

These are not necessarily newly published but books I have finally read and loved!


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Contemporary Romance


Book Review: Her Every Fear by Peter Swanson



Growing up, Kate Priddy was always a bit neurotic, experiencing momentary bouts of anxiety that exploded into full-blown panic attacks after an ex-boyfriend kidnapped her and nearly ended her life. When Corbin Dell, a distant cousin in Boston, suggests the two temporarily swap apartments, Kate, an art student in London, agrees, hoping that time away in a new place will help her overcome the recent wreckage of her life.

Soon after her arrival at Corbin’s grand apartment on Beacon Hill, Kate makes a shocking discovery: his next-door neighbor, a young woman named Audrey Marshall, has been murdered. When the police question her about Corbin, a shaken Kate has few answers, and many questions of her own—curiosity that intensifies when she meets Alan Cherney, a handsome, quiet tenant who lives across the courtyard, in the apartment facing Audrey’s. Alan saw Corbin surreptitiously come and go from Audrey’s place, yet he’s denied knowing her. Then, Kate runs into a tearful man claiming to be the dead woman’s old boyfriend, who insists Corbin did the deed the night that he left for London.

When she reaches out to her cousin, he proclaims his innocence and calms her nerves–until she comes across disturbing objects hidden in the apartment and accidentally learns that Corbin is not where he says he is. Could Corbin be a killer? What about Alan? Kate finds herself drawn to this appealing man who seems so sincere, yet she isn’t sure. Jet-lagged and emotionally unstable, her imagination full of dark images caused by the terror of her past, Kate can barely trust herself, so how could she take the chance on a stranger she’s just met?

Book Rating: 8.5/10

Disturbingly creepy with rich characterization!

This story is predominantly set in Boston, Massachusetts and is told from multiple perspectives, including Kate, a recent victim of kidnapping who agrees to apartment swap with her cousin in hopes of a fresh start; Corbin, the intelligent, remote, secretive cousin; and Alan, the introverted neighbour with a fondness for people watching.

The writing is smooth and precise. The characters are varied, intriguing and dark. And the plot, although not exceptionally fast-paced, does a good job of creating suspense, fear and tension through a character driven storyline and an unconventional narration style in which the same story is retold from differing points of view.

Ultimately, this is a story about secrets, lies, deception, jealousy, manipulation, obsession and murder.

Overall, I have to say I really enjoyed this novel. It is definitely a well written, fascinating thriller that reminds us that sometimes there lies a complex, deranged, horrifying mind behind the normal facade.

Thank you to HarperCollins and Faber & Faber Ltd. for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.

This novel is due to be published on January 10, 2017.

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Book Review: I Kill by Lex Lander


The Official Synopsis:


Racked by guilt over his accidental killing of a young Italian girl, contract killer André Warner has effectively retired himself from his ‘profession’ and taken to drink and other palliatives, while sinking slowly into a mire of depression.

A contract in Tangier to assassinate an Arab drug trafficker lures him out of retirement and self-pity. Soon after his arrival he encounters attractive American widow, Clair Power, and her precocious sixteen year-old daughter, Lizzy, who bears such a striking resemblance to the girl Warner killed that his waning anguish is instantly rekindled. He attempts to assuage it by embarking on a fling with Clair which brings him into conflict with a mysterious Dutchman named Rik de Bruin, who also appears to have designs on her.

The contract on the drug merchant is cancelled with no explanation given, but Warner, now seriously involved with Clair, is more relieved than disappointed. Their budding romance is not destined to blossom however. Clair disappears and Warner is landed with the role of de facto guardian to Lizzy.

In tracking down Clair, Warner crosses a line that brings him into conflict with the local police and he is deported from Tangier with a distraught Lizzy in tow. Back at his Andorra villa she slowly recovers from her mother’s disappearance and launches an assault on Warner’s good intentions. Her increasingly provocative behavior disturbs yet excites him, and when Rik de Bruin pitches up in Andorra and begins to take an interest in Lizzy too, Warner gets possessive the only way he knows.

Too late, alas, to save Lizzy from an unspeakable fate.

Book Rating: 7.5/10

Incredibly disturbing, faced-paced, and highly suspenseful!

This a dark and gritty thriller full of murder, power, violence, drug abuse, child pornography, manipulation, dominance, corruption, and sexual exploitation.

The writing, itself, is well done, well plotted, and exceptionally shocking, chilling, and creepy. However, I found the characters really hard to like. The main character, André, is a hitman with loose morals and very few redeeming qualities, and the supporting characters are dangerous, vulnerable, and cunning.

Overall, this story is not for the squeamish, but if you like seedy, macabre page turners this is definitely the novel for you. 

About the Author

Lex Lander is a British-born thriller writer who was raised in France, earned his degree in French and Italian in New Zealand and currently lives in Montreal. Lander is the author of the first volume in the André Warner series, END AS AN ASSASSIN, published by Kaybec on May 1, 2016as well as the thriller, ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER JACKAL, published by Kaybec in 2013. And Vol III in the André Warner series, THE MAN WHO HUNTED HIMSELF, will be published by Kaybec in the autumn.

Thank you to Authoright, for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.

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