Author: Sheila O’Flanagan
Performed by Aoife McMahon
Released: May 2019 on Audible
Category: Contemporary Fiction, Family Drama, Audiobook, Book Review
Roxy’s marriage has always been rock solid.
After twenty years, and with two carefree kids, she and Dave are still the perfect couple.
Until the day she comes home unexpectedly, and finds Dave in bed with their attractive, single neighbour.
All Roxy needed the day after her father’s funeral was to find her husband in bed with their next door neighbour when she got home.
Author: Kendra Elliot
Published: June 2019 by Montlake Romance
Category: Crime Fiction, Suspense, Thriller, Book Review
The job: infiltrate a militia amassing illegal firearms in an isolated forest community. FBI agent Mercy Kilpatrick is the ideal candidate. She knows Oregon. She’s near the compound. And having been raised among survivalists, Mercy understands the mind-set of fanatics. Lay low, follow rules, do nothing to sound an alarm, and relinquish all contact with the outside world. She’s ready to blend in.
FBI Agent Mercy Kilpatrick is recruited to join ATF agent Chad Finn, already working undercover in an anti government, arms selling militia group called America’s Preserve.
Author: Jo Spain
Published:June 2017 by Quercus
Category: Irish Crime Fiction, Police Procedural, Suspense, Book Review
Did I know it would come to this? That I was playing Russian Roulette? I would give anything to turn back time and to be with my girls. There is no shot at redemption. I am going to die. The gun is in my eye-line as the second bullet is fired. That’s the one that kills me.
Detective Inspector Tom Reynolds and his wife were enjoying a rare long weekend away. As much as Tom loved his granddaughter it would be a blessing to get good nights uninterrupted sleep. Alas, it wasn’t to be.
Author: Amanda Prowse
Performed by Amanda Prowse
Published: June 2019 by Brilliance Audio
Category: Contemporary Fiction, Romance, Audiobook, Book Review
These are the things I know…
I know my name is Thomasina ‘Hitch’ Waycott
I know I’m not like everyone else.
I know I was born a little bit different, like someone held the instructions upside down or lost a part when they opened the box.
I also know that words are powerful things and they have weight.
I know certain words have sat in my stomach for as long as I can remember and weigh so much that when I’m in a crowd or I meet someone new they pull my shoulders down and make my head hang forward so I can only look at the floor.
Although Thomasina (aka Hitch) Waycott loves her parents, her younger brother, her chickens, her dog, and enjoys working on the family farm, she feels life is passing her by.