34 DAYS ANITA WALLER
A must buy must read!
What’s the worst thing that can happen?
How much can your life change in just 34 days?
Anna and Ray have been married for thirty-five years. They are parents and grandparents who appear to be a normal couple. But behind closed doors something isn’t right.
On the day of their wedding anniversary Anna makes a decision that changes everything and throws her family into turmoil. Anna will discover that she is not the only one who has suffered and by leaving Ray she sparks a series of events so awful that it might just end in murder…
A fantastic addictive must read psychological thriller
|Anita Waller is a very clever author. I give full credit to Anita who has thought through thoroughly an extremely good clever crime. How ever the ideas of the crime popped into Anita’s head I just don’t know. Any reader would think that Anita knows how crimes are committed and what makes someone kill in the first place. About 34 Days. Anna has been married for thirty-five years to an abusive husband. She decided to leave him. But how well does Anna know her daughter in-law. All of the family seem to have secrets. What’s the worst thing that can happen murder? Crime fans you all deserve a big treat and 34 Days is it.|
Published by Bloodhound books
Published 27th October 2016 in Hardback by Canongate.
I felt really sorry for Mahony that his mother abandoned him as a baby. The unpopularity and the identity of his father remains a mystery. Father McNamara handed Mahony a letter that the late Sister Veronica had left for him. Mahony remembers all the lies that he was told in the orphanage. Sister Veronica told him that his mammy was too busy working on the docks to write. His mammy brought him to the nuns instead of drowning him. But Sister Mary Margaret had told Mahony a different story. Sister Mary Margaret opened the door of St Martha’s Orphanage. And there, on the steps, was a baby.
MY HUSBAND’S WIFE AMANDA PROWSE
Published by head of Zeus
She was a devoted wife and mother.
Then her husband and children left home.
How do you rebuild your life if there’s nothing left?
Once a week, Rosie Tipcott counts her blessings.
She goes to sit on her favourite bench on the north Devon cliffs, and thanks her lucky stars for the life she has.
For Rosie is lucky. After a troubled childhood, she grew up and won the jackpot a wonderful husband, two mischievous young daughters, and a neat little house by the sea. She dedicates every waking hour to the happiness of her family.
But when her husband unexpectedly leaves her for another woman and takes the children, she must ask the question: what is left in her life? Can Rosie find the strength to rebuild herself? More importantly, does she even want to?
|Amanda Prowse is one of my favourite authors that always adds such brilliant page turning emotional stories. My Husband’s Secret. You can believe in the scenes some women have been there. Being a devoted wife and mother giving all your love to your husband and children, doing all the cooking and cleaning. Then your husband leaves you. Then your children leave home. Every thing leaves you emotionally drained and heart-broken. How do you rebuild your life if there’s nothing left? I hope many readers enjoy ready this deep emotional unputdownable novel as much as what I did.|
About Amanda Prowse
published in EB 6th October 2016
published in PB 1st December 2016
Published by Avon
Manipulated Lives H. A. LEUSCHEL
Five Stories – Five Lives
THE SILENCE BETWEEN BREATHS CATH STAINCLIFFE
|Beautifully organised with characters of passengers that you easy relate to. The scenes must have taken Cath Staincliffe some time planning out each passenger on the train and why they are on the train. This story just goes to show what a talented author Cath Staincliffe is.
The Silence Between Breaths is about passengers boarding the 10.35 train from Manchester Piccadilly to London Euston are on their way to work, assignations, reunions, holidays or new starts, with no idea that their journey is about to be brutally curtailed. Nazir Dawood is a cleaner on train. Naz had become suspicious of a man who looked like he was pretending to be asleep, when he startled awake and looked around dead shifty. As Naz became even more suspicious of a passenger he had been trying to get passengers from coach B to safety away from this man. Moments later through the tunnel a suicide bomb attack happened in coach B. Many died and many had horrific injuries, because a guy got on the train and deliberately blew himself up. That is evil. Pure evil. I really highly recommend this book.
Published by Constable