Book Post and Other Book News: 19.11.21

I have mostly been purchasing E-Books this week again which I found on offer for 99p. I went through some of my to buy list to see if there were any on offer, it turned out to be over 30 so I didn’t buy them all. I have also had a couple of approvals from NetGalley.

E-Book Purchases:

Shadow of a Doubt – Michelle Davies

The Evidence Against You – Gillian McAllister

On The Edge – Jane Jesmond

Snowflakes Over The Starfish Cafe – Jessica Redland

Tales From The Coffee Pot – Jim Ody

Eudora Honeysett is Quite Well, Thank You – Annie Lyons

Every Little Breath – Keri Beevis

Definitely Dead – Kate Bendelow

Ouija – Zoe-Lee O’Farrell

When They Find Her – Lia Middleton

Playdate – Alex Dahl

Silent Cry – Jenny O’Brien

The Thames Path Killer – Biba Pearce

Backstories – Simon Van Der Velde

The Magpie – Marrisse Whittaker

Unwelcome Guests – Anna Willett

The Trapped Wife – Samantha Hayes

The Liar Next Door – Nicola Marsh

NetGalley Approvals:

💜 A Tidy Ending – Joanna Cannon

Publisher: Harper Collins UK, Harper Fiction

Expected Publication Date: 28.04.22

💜 It Ends At Midnight – Harriet Tyce

Publisher: Headline Books, Wildfire

Expected Publication Date: 14.04.22

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5 thoughts on “Book Post and Other Book News: 19.11.21

  1. You know I love thrillers – it’s one of my two favorite genres – and it looks like you have many wonderful thriller books in your haul. But, I’ve got to say, that Christmas book draws my eye the most. Lol. I so have been enjoying the Christmas stories this year. Hope you enjoy all of your books!

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