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The Husband's Secret - Liane Moriarty 17/04/2014

Pandora's box

Ghost Sweetheart Gift Set 12/04/2014

Lightly sensual.

Clairol Nice n'Easy Colour Blend Foam 07/04/2014

A decent product.

Say Goodbye - Lisa Gardner 03/04/2014

He's going to make your skin crawl...

Olay Daily Facials Gentle Cleansing Wipes 01/04/2014

I wasn't expecting these to sting!

The Body Shop Vitamin E Illuminating Moisture Cream 28/03/2014

I'm converted!

Six Years - Harlan Coben 24/03/2014

A life built on lies...

Premier Inn Carlisle, Carlisle 20/03/2014

Carlisle M6, Jct 42 Premier Inn

Cage Of Bones - Tania Carver 17/03/2014

Could have been so much better.

Cage Of Bones - Tania Carver Into the house... down the stairs... through the dripping dark of the cellar...someone is there... someone who shouldn't be there... As an old building awaits demolition, a horrifying discovery is made down in the cellar: a cage made of human bones - with a terrified child kept captive inside. As DI Phil Brennan and psychologist Marina Esposito investigate, they expose the trail of a serial killer who has been operating undetected for thirty years. A killer who not only wants the child back, but also a killer who has a disturbing link to Phil Brennan. Cage of Bones is the third book in the series featuring DI Phil Brennan and his psychologist partner and mother of his baby daughter, Marina Esposito. I have previously read the other two books, 'The Surrogate' and 'The Creeper' but you do not need to read these books as a series at all as they work well as stand alone novels too. Enough background information is given in each book about the characters, so you won't be lost off if you picked up this book to read not having the read the others. I actually read the second book before reading the first myself, as I had not realised it was a series and I still understood them perfectly, my enjoyment not spoiled at all. Having enjoyed both The Surrogate and The Creeper, I looked forward to reading Cage of Bones and I do enjoy books where there are returning characters. Cage of Bones starts off with the discovery of the little boy held captive in a cage made of human bones before ...

HealthAid Vitamin E 200iu 15/03/2014

Boost your immune system!

Clinique Super Balm Moisturizing Gloss 11/03/2014

Luscious lips!

Apple Tree Yard - Louise Doughty 05/03/2014

Two wrongs don't make a right...

Apple Tree Yard - Louise Doughty Yvonne Carmichael has a high-flying career as a Geneticist, renowned in her field. Married to Guy, with two grown up children she doesn't really want for anything. Or does she? As one day she makes the most irrational of decisions. Whilst giving evidence to a Select Committee at the Houses of Parliament, Yvonne meets a man and has sex with him in the secluded Chapel in the Crypt. It is the beginning of a reckless liaison and whilst Yvonne finds that keeping the two halves of her life separate seems easy at first, she eventually discovers there is more to her lover than is at first apparent and she can't control what happens next. Apple Tree Yard is about a 52 year old woman who makes one rash choice, that ends up with her on trial at the Old Bailey charged with a serious crime and after reading the blurb on the cover, I thought this sounded right up my street and so I bought a copy. This book has only just been recently released in paperback format but the hardcover was first published last year in 2013. It is the first book I have read by the author Louise Doughty but she is the author of five other novels too. The Prologue begins with Yvonne on trial at the Old Bailey, for what, we don't know, but it is a little teaser to intrigue the reader and it works. From there, the first chapters introduce us to Yvonne as she meets this stranger at the Houses of Parliament and embarks on a passionate affair. The story is told in the first person and right from the start I found I ...

The White Lady, Edinburgh 25/02/2014

Excellent value!

The White Lady, Edinburgh Having been invited up to Edinburgh for a night out and to attend a concert with friends at the end of December, we set about looking for a reasonably priced hotel. My first port of call was Premier Inn, where you can usually secure a very reasonably priced room the earlier you book. However, the night of our stay was to be the night before New Year's Eve and as Hogmanay celebrations begin that night in Edinburgh, I knew we would be lucky if we could find something reasonably cheap and I was right. There were vacancies at Premier Inn and other other hotels, but there was nothing under £100 for the night we wanted. Although this was a few weeks before our stay when I was looking to book, there didn't seem to be any bargains as I browsed the internet. I decided to turn my attentions to as I have used this site on a few occasions now and after typing in Edinburgh and the date we wished to stay, I began reading down the list of hotels which came up. I was mainly looking at the price to be honest and so when my eyes fell upon The White Lady hotel advertising a price of £79 for the night in question, I took a closer look, not expecting very much. After a quick read, I was quite impressed and decided to book as there were only two double rooms left. I also got in touch with friends of ours who were also looking and we decided we would both book the remaining rooms. Booking these rooms via LateRooms is a quick and easy process, you give your details and card number ...

Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me - Cure (The) 22/02/2014

Just like a dream...

Now You See Me - S. J. Bolton 20/02/2014

Who will be next?

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