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The Silent Patient

The Silent Patient

BookishBiker   2/4/19   Reviews

Well, that was quite a debut for both Alex Michaelides and the latest division of Macmillan Publishing, Celadon Books! This is,…

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Don’t Let Me In

Don’t Let Me In

BookishBiker   10/25/18   Reviews

Sarah Kelly was a respected TV journalist, until an attack in her own home left her housebound, crippled by agoraphobia and fear.…

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Lies

Lies

BookishBiker   8/21/18   Reviews

Joe Lynch is an average kinda guy. He’s a teacher, married to a beautiful woman, with an adorable four-year-old son. He’s…

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Something In The Water

Something In The Water

BookishBiker   6/20/18   Reviews

Something In The Water starts with a whopper of a chapter. Newlywed Erin asks us how long it takes to dig a grave. She knows…

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Baby Teeth

Baby Teeth

BookishBiker   6/12/18   Reviews

I’m going to start by saying that this book is probably not going to be for everyone. Our “Big Bad” in this case is a…

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Bring Me Back

Bring Me Back

BookishBiker   5/7/18   Reviews

Who’d have thought Russian Stacking Dolls could be nefarious? Turns out, they are when they suddenly start appearing on the…

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Trespassing

Trespassing

BookishBiker   3/24/18   Reviews

Veronica Cavanagh has been indulging her daughter’s imaginary friend, even when Nini predicts the death of her husband. When…

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The English Wife

The English Wife

BookishBiker   1/29/18   Reviews

The Gilded Age. A wealthy, attractive couple from a respectable family. They appear to have it all - two beautiful children,…

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The Wife Between Us

The Wife Between Us

BookishBiker   11/7/17   Reviews

OK. Wow. This was a heck of a ride! We’re first introduced to who we assume to be our narrator - the spurned ex-wife, seemingly…

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Lie To Me

Lie To Me

BookishBiker   10/30/17   Reviews

Ugh! So many different and conflicting feels on this one! But, let’s start at the beginning, shall we? We’re first introduced…

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