WWW Wednesday (10-01-2018)

WWW Wednesday is a book list hosted by Taking on a World of Words, and I’m happy to participate today.

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Three W’s:
What did you recently finish reading?
What are you currently reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

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What I recently finished :

A wonderful debut, with lots of suspense and contrasting characters and situations that made it a lot of fun to read this. Already looking forward to reading more from her!

The Doll House by Phoebe Morgan

The doll house

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What I’m reading now:

This is my first read by Eva Dolan but I know some die hard fans so I really wanted to read one of her novels and this blurb sounded really amazing. I don’t know how I feel about this one yet though, I have a few problems with the timeline jumping back and forth, but I won’t cast a verdict yet and give it some more time.

This Is How It Ends by Eva Dolan

This Is How It Ends

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What I’ll (probably) read soon:

I really liked Ragdoll, the first novel in this detective series, and it ended so brilliantly, I just really want to know how the story continues.

Hangman by Daniel Cole

HangmanA detective with no one to trust. A killer with nothing to lose.

18 months after the ‘Ragdoll’ murders, a body is found hanging from Brooklyn Bridge, the word ‘BAIT’ carved into the chest.

In London a copycat killer strikes, branded with the word ‘PUPPET’, forcing DCI Emily Baxter into an uneasy partnership with the detectives on the case, Special Agents Rouche and Curtis.

Each time they trace a suspect, the killer is one step ahead. With the body count rising on both sides of the Atlantic, can they learn to trust each other and identify who is holding the strings before it is too late?

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So that’s it, what are you reading this week? Share your link in the comments below so that I can come and take a look !

42 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday (10-01-2018)

    • I’ve seen many great reviews for The Doll House before so that’s why I picked this one up :-). The first this year of my ‘own’ books. It surprises me that you haven’t heard of it but I’m happy I can introduce you to something new. Thank you Diana!

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  1. I’ve been very tempted to try an Eva Dolan. I was lucky enough to see her on a discussion panel with other crime writers talking about serial killers and social issues and she really impressed me. I’ve just been a bit wary that there’s a little too much social commentary. Will be interested to hear what you think once you finish.

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    • I get what you mean.. in this novel there’s a protesting by Molly against developers who buy entire housing blocks and drive people out of the homes they’ve had for 30 years, and the other character is a student protester.. I’m normally not very attracted to these stories but it doesn’t take away from the story, I wouldn’t take it too much into account ;-). Thank you for your comment Ali!

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  2. I was going to start Red Clocks by Leni Zumas, but my shipment was delayed. So I am reading through And I Darken. I am having trouble locating information on Hangman in the US edition. Do you happen to know when it might be out here? I have Ragdoll waiting patiently on me 😉

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  3. I’ve been meaning to get a copy of The Doll House! And I still have to read Ragdoll, but both books sound fantastic. I didn’t even try to request it though because it would probably be another denied request on my neverending list haha.

    I hope you will enjoy your books this week and happy reading! Here’s my WWW.

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