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Ordeal by Innocence | By Agatha Christie

Ordeal by Innocence is an atmospheric riveting thriller read about the murder mystery at Sunny Point. If anyone asks me about a good classic Agatha Christie thriller, this one would be on my list.

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Funny Story | By Emily Henry

Funny Story is yet another Emily Henry romance that  is made up of two vastly different yet vibrant and flawed central characters.

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The Irish Goodbye | By Amy Ewing

The Irish Goodbye is all about how two broken hearts mend each other and find love. If you are looking for a novel that talks about healing and moving on with a bit of an Irish charm and romance, this is your pick.

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Same Time Next Year | By Tessa Bailey

Same Time Next Year had an interesting yet familiar premise. It’s a fake dating, marriage of convenience trope and the story starts from page one.

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Guns and Almond Milk | By Mustafa Marwan

Guns and Almond Milk as the name suggests is the story of the brutality of proxy war in Yemen through the eyes of a conflict zone doctor from London, Luke Archer.

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The Right Move | By Liz Tomforde

The Right Move was fun, entertaining and a comfort read. The whole ensemble cast with their main character energy from their own previous books or potential sequels makes this even more enjoyable to read.

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Della and Darby | By Susannah B Lewis

Della and Darby is a book that you can pick up if you’ve ever felt like you were meandering in life and suddenly one day you look back and realise that despite what happened you are exactly where you should have been even if it wasn’t part of your plan.