It’s Friday. Yey!
I hope you’ve all had a great week and have lovely things planned for the weekend. If you’re looking for something to read over the next few days, there are some cracker titles out this week.
The wonderful Jill Mansell released her latest novel, Meet Me At Beachcomber Bay on 12th January 2017 by Headline Review.
There is love in the air in St Carys, not that you’d know it. The residents are good at keeping secrets.
The man that Clemency loves is in love with someone else. When she ropes into a friend to help, wires get crossed.
For the first time in Ronan’s life, his charms have failed him in getting him the woman he wants.
Belle seems to have the perfect boyfriend but something isn’t quite right. A secret is also rising to the surface. The truth has a funny way of revealing itself and when it does, St Carys will be very different.
The new book from Jane Fallon is called My Sweet Revenge and was also released on 12th January, this time by Penguin. To read my review, click here.
‘I want to make my husband fall back in love with me.’
Paula put her own acting career on hold in order for her husband to have his own success. Robert is now a regular on a popular daytime TV show.
Despite that, Paula is pretty happy with her life. It feels perfect to her. Until she finds out that Robert is having an affair.
Before she tells him it’s over, Paula wants Robert to be reminded just what he’s sacrificing. Then once she has won him back, she wants to break his heart. It will be her greatest acting role.
Next up is The Bone Field by Simon Keruick which was released by Century on 12th January.
There is a missing girl, a ruthless crime gang and a man so evil he must be stopped at any cost.
DI Ray Mason and PI Tina Boyce begin a hunt for the truth that will take them into a dark and terrifying world. One of corruption and deadly secrets.
The bones of a 21-year-old woman are found in the grounds of an old catholic school. This girl went missing in Thailand in 1990.
Her boyfriend at the time of her disappearance is now a middle aged university lecturer. He comes forward to say that he knows what happened. He knows who killed Kitty.
Danielle Steel released her latest novel, The Mistress on 12th January via Corgi. It is available on Kindle with the paperback coming later in the year.
Natasha has been under the protection of Russian billionaire, Vladimir ever since he discovered her on a freezing Moscow street.
Natasha believes he will always keep her safe so she tries not to think too much about the deadly circles he moves in.
She then meets Theo who is a gifted artist. Soon after they meet, Theo begins painting Natasha. Vladimir gets angry when he discovers the paintings of Natasha are not for sale.
Finally, the last new release I wanted to feature this week is Watch Me by Angela Clarke. This is number two in the social media murders series and was also released on 12th January by Avon.
The body of a fifteen year old is found after she sends a desperate message to her friends. It looks like suicide until a second girl goes missing.
DS Nasreen Cudmore and journalist Freddie Venton are stepping at nothing to find her.
Whoever is behind the notes is playing a deadly game and the clock is ticking.
Novel Kicks is a blog for story tellers and book lovers.
Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.
Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.