A Merciful Silence by Kendra Elliot

October 24th, 2018 Kimberly Review 26 Comments

24th Oct
A Merciful Silence by Kendra Elliot

A Merciful Silence by Kendra Elliot is the fourth novel in the Mercy Kilpatrick series and the darkest and strongest novel in the series to date. When the bones of a family are discovered after flooding, Mercy is reminded of a similar murder that happened over twenty years ago, but that killer is in jail. Mercy will be tested as loved ones are placed in danger and the body count continues.

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Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett

October 23rd, 2018 Kimberly Review 32 Comments

23rd Oct
Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett

I picked up Foundryside after reading a recommendation from Kevin Hearne, and I couldn’t be happier. I listened to the narration performed by Tara Sands. An action-packed, suspenseful tale with an unlikely heroine set in a dystopian world, Bennett captivated and enthralled me from the opening chapter.

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The Way of All Flesh by Ambrose Parry

October 4th, 2018 Kimberly Review 22 Comments

4th Oct
The Way of All Flesh by Ambrose Parry

The Way of the Flesh is a brilliant, atmospheric, historical, crime fiction novel that had me completely enthralled. The story is rich in the history of medical advancements and butchery performed during this period; particularly those surrounding the development of anaesthesia.

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The Impossible Girl by Lydia Kang

September 13th, 2018 Kimberly Review 49 Comments

13th Sep
The Impossible Girl by Lydia Kang

Murder, a stellar narrator, and a girl with two-hearts how could I resist The Impossible Girl by Lydia King? A brilliant tale from start to finish I quickly became caught up in Cora’s tale. Fans of historical fiction, romance, suspense and murder-mysteries will want to grab a copy.

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Sadie by Courtney Summers

September 4th, 2018 Kimberly Review 25 Comments

4th Sep
Sadie by Courtney Summers

Sadie by Courtney Summers was a hard read, but Summers never fails to impress me. It’s the kind of story that sticks with you. A mystery, an investigation and heart-wrenching discoveries await you dear reader. Set time aside for this as it will keep you reading into the wee hours, sleep be damned.

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The Last Hours by Minette Walters

August 10th, 2018 Kimberly Review 36 Comments

10th Aug
The Last Hours by Minette Walters

The Last Hours by Minette Walters takes near the port in Dorsetshire in June 1348 where it is believed the Black Death (plague) entered England.  With her husband away, Lady Anne of Develish along with her serfs take drastic measures to ensure their safety. Isolation, discord and danger made for a clever tale.

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