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BsshBosh Sun 15-Feb-15 18:21:19

Alys, Always or Her. Both by Harriet Lane. Very well-written compared to similar in genre.

Snowie2 Sun 15-Feb-15 18:20:34

The husband's secret is also great. As is the outcast (sadie jones).

Snowie2 Sun 15-Feb-15 18:19:29

I'm reading The Darkest Hour by Tony Schumacher - bought on a total whim after reading a short guardian article. It's completely different to my usual type of book but very good so far.

popflos Sun 08-Feb-15 11:12:30

and the lottie moggach one, kiss me first?

cosmicglittergirl Fri 06-Feb-15 22:09:06

Oh and The Husband's Secret.

cosmicglittergirl Fri 06-Feb-15 22:03:23

Before I go to sleep.
Before we met.

AvonCallingBarksdale Fri 06-Feb-15 21:46:58

I would second the "Her" recommendation, and I'm half way through Alys Always and enjoying that too

imaginative Fri 06-Feb-15 20:47:20

Thank you. I'm going to download the free samples of these and see which one grips me.

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punygod Fri 06-Feb-15 19:51:12

Funny Girl

tripfiction Fri 06-Feb-15 19:45:45

"Her" by Harriet Lane, the author of the top class read Alys Always?

DuchessofMalfi Fri 06-Feb-15 17:27:03

You might like this The Franchise Affair by Josephine Tey. It's old - originally published in 1948, but I found it gripping. It ticks the box for psychological thriller, plus a big helping of period detail.

imaginative Fri 06-Feb-15 16:18:38

Thank you. I love mystery style books. I especially like psychological thrillers with plot twists.

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ljomrs Fri 06-Feb-15 16:03:04

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imaginative Fri 06-Feb-15 14:23:36

I have really enjoyed 'I Let You Go', 'The Girl on the Train' and 'What Laura Saw'. Now I need another great book to read. Any suggestions based on liking the three I listed?

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