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Month: July 2012

Young Adult

The Masque of the Red Death

Araby Worth lives in a city destroyed by disease and controlled by the cruel Prince Prospero. The contagion first struck when she was a child and she was the first to wear a mask, made by her father, to keep the germs at bay. But…


666 Park Avenue

“Right, because it’s every girl’s fantasy to live in the world’s creepiest house with her fiancé’s controlling family and then have the rest of the world act insane just because she’s about to share their last name.” Jane’s living in Paris when she meets too-good-to-be-true…

Books In


AKA Showcase Sunday I managed to read and review Last to Die already even though I only received it Friday… Was so excited to get a copy early and Rizzoli and Isles are such easy reading. I’ve been looking forward to Bethany Griffin’s The Masque…

5 Star, Young Adult

Pushing the Limits

Echo has no memories of the event that left her arms horribly scared. Once part of the popular crowd, she now hides away from the rumours flying around school about her. Her so-called friends think if she would only get back together with her ex-boyfriend,…

Crime Fiction

Last to Die

Three children, orphaned twice over, first their birth families, then three years later the families that took them in. Detective Jane Rizzoli doesn’t believe in coincidences but must stand back whilst Crowe chases after the wrong guy. Maura meets two of the children at Evensong…

5 Star, Crime Fiction


Atlanta, 1974: Amanda Wagner and Evelyn Mitchell are young, female police officers in a man’s world. A step up from secretaries, they are assigned to sex crimes and rarely see a serious case. When they are sent to Techwood Homes in the projects to speak…

5 Star, General Fiction, Literary

The Uninvited

When the others joined him and saw the blood, they all had the same thought: a terrible accident. But it was a mistake to think that, because a few seconds later the child jolted awake and grabbed the tool again. Before anyone realised her intention,…