[Book Review] The Mystery of the Lost Husbands by Gina Cheyne
Is murdering husbands an addiction or merely a bad habit? This is the question facing Private Investigator Cat Harrington when rich builder, Tom Drayton, dies shortly after his wedding night. Suspicion falls on his widow, Anastasia Rodriguez, the survivor of three previous ‘lost’ husbands.
[Book Review] Unravelling by Helen Forbes
Two bodies are found buried in a Highland forest, a place that haunts the dreams of Kate Sharp. Her mother, Ellen, died when Kate was a child. Does the forest hold the secret to her death?
[Book Review] The Helsingor Sewing Club by Ella Gyland
Inspired by the incredible true story of how the people of Denmark saved their Jewish neighbours during WW2 Helsingør, Denmark, 1943 In the midst of the German occupation during World War Two, Inger Bredahl joins the underground resistance and risks her life to save members of Denmark’s Jewish community and help them escape to Sweden.…
[Book Review] Dark Holds the World by Pradnya Kulkarni
This book of horror poetry is brought to you by Literoma. The book contains 20 horror poems. Title ‘Dark Holds The World’ itself indicates that there exists a life in the dark which is unearthly. The book will make you visualize this world. Also it will make the noisiness of the dark nights audible. Scary…
[Book Review] Eye of Mind by Pradnya Kulkarni
This book contains poems that are very inspirational, energetic & full of positivity. Also, some poems are about the beauty of nature and relations. The language used is simple and easy to understand. The name of the book itself indicates that you can visualize the words with the eye of your mind.