πŸ“š19πŸ“š The Killer’s Girl by Helen Phifer

When the body of a young woman is found, tied to her bed and the victim of a brutal attack in her own home, Detective Morgan Brookes is sickened by what she finds as she searches the house. And unprepared for the nightmares it inspires about her childhood. When the DNA collected gives a positive ID, Morgan…

πŸ“š18πŸ“š A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson

But having grown up in the same small town that was consumed by the crime, Pippa Fitz-Amobi isn’t so sure. When she chooses the case as the topic for her final project, she starts to uncover secrets that someone in town desperately wants to stay hidden. And if the real killer is still out there,…

πŸ“š17πŸ“š The House at the End of Magic by Amy Sparks

Sometimes you are a whisper away from magic without even realising it.  Nine is an orphan pickpocket determined to escape her life in the Nest of a Thousand Treasures. When she steals a house-shaped ornament from a mysterious woman’s purse, she knocks on its tiny door and watches it grow into a huge higgledy-piggeldy house….

πŸ“š16πŸ“š Hush Little Girl by Lisa Regan

Dressed in pyjamas covered with stars, the little girl’s body is perfectly still, her arms folded neatly over her chest. The wildflowers decorating her hair scatter across the grass in the sharp breeze. Her lips are parted slightly, as if to whisper goodnight for the very last time… When twelve-year-old Holly Mitchell’s fragile little body…

πŸ“š15πŸ“šOne Left Alive by Helen Phifer (Kindle)

A gentle breeze blew her blonde hair across her face, her glazed eyes staring blankly into the sunset. Her small frame looked lost hanging from the large oak tree. On the branch next to her was a worn child’s rope swing. She looked too young and beautiful to be dead. When the body of a…

πŸ“š11πŸ“š Witherward by Hannah Mathewson

Welcome to the Witherward, and to a London that is not quite like our own. Here, it’s summertime in February, the Underground is a cavern of wonders and magic fills the streets. But this London is a city divided, split between six rival magical factions, each with their own extraordinary talents  and the alpha of the Changelings, Gedeon Ravenswood, has…

πŸ“š10πŸ“š The Giraffe, the Pelly, and Me by Roald Dahl

This is one of Roald Dahl’s books I have never read before, so it was a nice treat to read between some heavier books. Like most of my Dahl reviews, you can’t go that wrong with 73pgs and 1 chapter. Full of poems, adventure, and warmth. *This might be the shortest review I have ever…