Continuing the meme hosted by Taking on a world of words with this weeks selection of books. You can click on the book titles to visit the Goodreads blurbs if you are interested in any of these books. Where there is no goodreads link I have included the blurb for you!
You are welcome to join along with this post. The premise being you answer the three following questions.....
What are you currently reading?
What did you finish reading recently?
What do you think you will read next?
Ꭺᥒꪮthꫀɾ Ꮮเƒꫀ ᖯᥡ Oᥕꫀᥒ Ꮃ Ꮶᥒเght
Imagine... if we could combine dreams and reality in a world where we live forever. Oliver believes his life to be one of disappointment and failure. Haunted by the memory of a mysterious woman he encountered thirty years ago, and obsessed with finding her, he embarks on a strange journey of grief, hope, myths and legends where dreams and truth merge.
I am thoroughly enjoying this book at the moment, it is a bit of a slow burner, setting the scene with a lot of descriptive language but as the mystery has begun to grow, the description is welcome as it really helps me picture what is happening. It is becoming much more sinister and I am intrigued as to where it is going to go!
Ꮐꪮꪮd gเɾᥣ, Ᏼᥲd Ᏼᥣꪮꪮd ᖯᥡ Ꮒꪮᥣᥣᥡ Ꭻᥲᥴk᥉ꪮᥒ
This was an absolutely amazing book! With the third instalment of this trilogy being released on August 5th I obviously had to read this book ready to purchase the new one! You can read my review of it here.
If you haven't read any of these books yet I highly recommend you do!! You can read my review of the first book in the series A good girls guide to murder here. I absolutely loved both of these books and cannot wait to read the third and final book!
Ꭰเɾtᥡ Ꮮเttᥣꫀ Ⲋꫀᥴɾꫀt ᖯᥡ Ꭻꪮᥒᥲthᥲᥒ ⅌ꫀᥲᥴꫀ
Ossett, West Yorkshire. March, 1987.
A town of flower shows, Maypole parades and Sunday football games. But behind all the closed doors and drawn curtains are hidden truths and shameful lies.
Discovering the body of a young girl dumped into a phone box at a local beauty spot, WDC Louise Miller’s first case as detective in her hometown is made harder by the sexism and misogyny of small-town policing. But her four years on the force in Manchester have prepared her for this and along with ally WPC Elizabeth Hines, the pair work the case together.
As their inquiries uncover the town’s hidden secrets, psychologist Karla Hayes offers insights into the troubled psychological problems of the victim, revealing dark truths that could lead to the identity of the killer.
But when a second girl goes missing, Louise realises that some secrets should stay hidden.
RELEASE DATE 10th SEPTEMBER 2021
I am looking forward to reading this one ahead of the publication date.
Have you read any of these books? Or want to add them to your TBR? Let me know in the comments!