Saturday, 14 January 2017

Book Haul /// eBooks of January

Our first book haul of 2017 is an ebook haul from! 

We've been loving reading on our Kindle and it is no surprise that the first book haul is an ebook one! Plus, these are all four crime books because it is finally cold enough here to snuggle inside a blanket and read crime books! 

So, let's jump into it! 

1. Black Water Lilies by Michel Bussi/// Read it and loved it. The review is here. Highly recommend this book!

2. Patang by Bhaskar Chattopadhyay/// Promised to be a gripping psychological thriller about a serial killer, who goes on a killing rampage in the middle of Mumbai monsoons.
This is the second book I've read by Bhaskar Chattopadhyay and I liked Penumbra by him much more than I did Patang. A full review will be up soon! Here is the review for Penumbra, in case you missed it.

3. The Woman Next Door by Cass Green/// This book sounds interesting! It's about two women, who are old friends and neighbours, with their own dynamics and history and how one of them needs help from the other and one of them is hiding some deep secret! Hmm.. sounds promising! Also, it is blurbed as a mix between Notes on a Scandal and Gone Girl... and the former is a book that I loved! So, kinda excited to see how this turns out.

4. Her Every Fear by Peter Swanson /// I read and loved Peter Swanson's first book- The Kind Worth Killing. So, when I saw that he'd written a new book, I had to get it! The premise sounds interesting- it is the story of a girl who gets thrown into a situation, where she does not know who to believe and who to trust. Excited to read this one as well.

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