The book review cafés most anticipated reads for **December 2017**

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I happened to be browsing Amazon, that’s a first NOT!! when I came across a wonderful thing, a list of all the new books to be released. I spent ages drooling over all the fabulous books and then I had an idea, yes I do have one every now and then 😂😂 and thought I would do a monthly post featuring my most anticipated books for the following month. Books  I personally “must read” and want to read, and desperately need to get my hands on a copy kind of reads. So here goes……

Save Me by Mandasue Heller

IMG_3194 Save Me, is a gritty crime novel by the bestselling author Mandasue Heller.

When Ellie Fisher misses her train home one night, she has no idea that being in the right place at the wrong time will change her life forever.

That night she comes across Gareth, a young man about to take his own life, because as far as he’s concerned there is nothing left to live for. Putting her own life in danger Ellie convinces Gareth that there is always something left. Her own life is no bed of roses, she explains, but she always pushes on.

However, good deeds aren’t always repaid the way we want. Has Ellie unwittingly put her life in danger, or is the real danger a lot closer to home?

White Bodies by Jane Robbins

IMG_3207 ‘He’s so handsome and clever and romantic. I just wished he hadn’t forced Tilda under the water and held her there so long.’

Callie loves Tilda. She’s her sister, after all. And she’s beautiful and successful.

Tilda loves Felix. He’s her husband. Successful and charismatic, he is also controlling, suspicious and, possibly, dangerous. Still, Tilda loves Felix.

And Callie loves Tilda. Very, very much.

So she’s determined to save her. But the cost could destroy them all…

Sometimes we love too much.

The Missing Girls by Carol Wyer

IMG_3213 The boy studied the bruise turning yellow at the base of his neck. With quick fingers his mother tightened his tie, and pulled his collar high above it. Her eyes alone said, We will not speak of this…ars later, a man is found shot dead in a local park. On his phone is a draft text: I can’t keep this secret any longer. The recipient is unnamed.

Detective Robyn Carter knows this secret is the key to the case, but his friends and family don’t offer any clues, and all her team have to go on is a size-ten footprint.en a woman is found in a pool of blood at the bottom of her staircase, and a seemingly insignificant detail in her stepdaughter’s statement makes Robyn wonder: are the two bodies are connected, and has the killer only just begun?

When another body confirms Robyn’s worst fears, she realises she’s in a race against time to stop the killer before they strike again. But just as she thinks she’s closing in, one of her own team goes missing.ried in the past is a terrible injustice. Can Robyn uncover the truth before another life is lost?

The Perfect Neighbours by Rachel Sargeant

IMG_3214 An addictive debut psychological thriller from a new star in the genre. When Helen moves into an exciting new neighbourhood, she finds herself in a web of evil with no escape…

Behind the shutters lies a devastating secret…

When Helen moves to Germany with her loving husband Gary, she can’t wait to join the ex-pat community of teachers from the local International School. But her new start is about to become her worst nightmare…

As soon as the charming family across the way welcome Helen into their home, she begins to suspect that all is not as it seems. Then Gary starts to behave strangely and a child goes missing, vanished without a trace.

When violence and tragedy strike, cracks appear in the neighbourhood, and Helen realises her perfect neighbours are capable of almost anything…

The Collector by Fiona Cummins

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A taut and terrifying psychological thriller from a the author of Rattlee Collector by Fiona Cummins is the gripping sequel to Rattle.

Jakey escaped with his life and moved to a new town.s rescue was a miracle but his parents know that the Collector is still out there, watching, waiting…

Clara, the girl he left behind, is clinging to the hope that someone will come and save her.fe has fallen apart for Clara’s mother as she starts to lose hope.

The Bone Collector has a new apprentice to take over his family’s legacy. But he can’t forget the boy who got away and the detective who had destroyed his dreams

Detective Etta Fitzroy’s life collapsed when the Collector escaped. With Clara still missing, and a new wave of uncannily similar murders beginning, will she be able to find him again?e Collector is back and this time he has nothing to lose.

What books are you really looking forward to reading in December? Please feel free to leave a comment in this post.

7 thoughts on “The book review cafés most anticipated reads for **December 2017**

  1. First of all, I hadn’t yet seen your new lay-out and by golly, it’s gorgeous! Love the colours too!

    I too am looking forward to The Missing Girls. Other than that, I don’t have a clue what releases when. I count on people like you to let me know! 😄

    Also, these posts are just so you don’t have to do a weekly wrap-up, huh? 🤣

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    • Thanks Eva I’m constantly changing my theme as I always find something I don’t like about, I’m far to fussy that’s my problem but I’m glad you like it. I could have done a weekly wrap-up as I’ve read a few more books than usual but decided to do one next week instead, so watch this space x

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      • I think that’s normal. We want our blog to look nice. I told myself I’m not allowed to touch until my first blogiversary or I’d be changing it every week 😄. Look forward to seeing what you read this week. I’ll go get my pillows. Hurts less when I faint 😉😘

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  2. Really interesting idea. Love the anticipation of the journey a book will take you on. Thoughtful and intriguing blog like a beautifully wrapped present. Thank you

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