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#TWIB This Week in Books – 7 March 2018

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Hosted by Lipsy Lost & Found, This Week In Books is a weekly Wednesday post covering what you have read recently, what you are currently reading and what you will be reading next.Divider

In the last couple of weeks, I have read:

The Mystery of the Blue Train by Agatha Christie on audiobook. More classic crime revisited.

The creepy and intriguing The Reunion by Samantha Hayes.

The unnerving and gripping The Pact by S.E. Lynes.

The fantastic The Visitor by K.L. Slater.

The brilliant Doll Face by Dylan H. Jones. (Although, as NetGalley fibbed to me about its release date, I will be posting my review closer to publication on 18 March!)

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I am currently reading: 35805854

The Sandman by Lars Kepler.

Genuinely some of the scariest and tensest opening chapters I’ve ever read!

I will be reviewing this on Friday – my first ever blog tour stop!

 

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Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie, from Audible.

The next in my Agatha audiobook-fest.

Not my favourite narrator, Hugh Fraser, but it is Poirot himself, David Suchet.

 

 

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Next on my #TBR pile:

How about you? What are you reading?

7 thoughts on “#TWIB This Week in Books – 7 March 2018

  1. Sounds an enjoyable couple of weeks’ reading. Being stuck firmly in the past, have been reading a couple of Trollopes, some Gaston Leroux and revisiting a few Christie’s, including The Mystery of The Blue Train. Have you listened to the podcast ‘All About Agatha” at all? Brad at Ahsweetmystery recommended it and I would wholeheartedly second that recommendation.

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