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Books you just cant put down/ Can't wait to get back to ..

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Laska5772 Wed 17-Aug-16 21:12:45

Having never read any of her books before, (but bought it after a review in the paper last weekend) I am now reading 'Lie with Me' by Sabine Durrant (btw its a good price on kindle)

Am 3/4 the way through and My god , its bloody good..

.....Gotta get back to it

Are you reading any Cant-put-downers right now?

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lindauk5 Wed 17-Aug-16 21:15:14

I just read 'me before you' by Jojo Moyes. I read it it two evenings, had to force myself to stop reading the first night otherwise I'd have read all night. Of to Google your books now smile

Greenteandchives Wed 17-Aug-16 21:15:36

I am halfway through Moving , by Jenny Eclair. The first book for ages that has got me hooked.

Laska5772 Wed 17-Aug-16 21:27:08

I love the excitement when you discover a cant-put-downer.. especially if its a new author

I also recommend the Jussi Adler Olsen 'Department Q' (recommmended by my Danish SIL ) , Start off with 'Mercy' .. Yes they are crime books but not gratutitously gory and with really interesting 'crime team' back stories .

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waycat Thu 18-Aug-16 16:22:52

I've just discovered Erin Kelly in the last few weeks and just yesterday finished the last book of hers that she's written so far.

To say I felt bereft would be an understatement! All her books were brilliant, definitely falling under the unoutdownable category! And yes, I was excited when it came to reading time at the end of the day. Nothing beats that feeling of knowing that your jobs are almost done, and you can reward yourself with a good read.

I think she's got a new one out but not for a while yet more's the pity.

SilkScarf Fri 19-Aug-16 13:06:00

I liked The kind worth killing by Peter Seanson. On the hunt for a new read too. Seems very little out there at the moment.

SilkScarf Fri 19-Aug-16 13:06:39

Peter Swanson ... Sorry

CwtchyQ Fri 19-Aug-16 13:08:44

I actually read Sabine Durrant's Under Your Skin a while ago, and I still think of it all the time. It really got to me!

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