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Month: August 2021

New Releases

On My Radar: September

I’m going to be keeping the postie busy in September, I have at least nine of these on pre-order. I can’t wait to read the finale of the Gilded Wolves trilogy (cancelled pre-orders will not stop me!). I’ve already read my review copies of The…

5 Star, Fantasy

Black Water Sister

Returning to Malaysia as an adult, Jess just wants to get a job and help out her parents. But shortly after they move in with her auntie and uncle, Jess starts hearing voices. Well one voice in particular, that of Ah Ma, her dearly departed…

General Fiction

The Other Black Girl

Nella has been the only black girl working at Wagner Books since she started, so when Hazel appears in the cubicle next to her, she is thrilled to have an ally at last. Hazel seems to befriend everyone she meets and fits in immediately. When…

Crime Fiction

Arsenic and Adobo

After breaking up with her boyfriend, Lila Macapagal moves back in with her family in the small town of Shady Palms, her dreams of becoming a pastry chef drifting away. Her Tita Rosie’s restaurant is in financial trouble and she’s been tasked with saving it,…

Crime Fiction, Young Adult

As Good as Dead

As Good as Dead is the third and final book in the A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder trilogy and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the the previous books. Pip Fitz-Amobi isn’t sleeping, she can’t stop reliving the shooting, the sound of gunshots,…