Book Review : The Patient

The Patient cover

Pleased to be invited on this Bookouture Book Launch tour for the new thriller, The Patient, by Teri Terry. This novel, released 13 February, was a fast-paced, page-turning psychological thriller.   This novel is told through the perspectives of two protagonists. Saphy is a young woman in her late twenties, living in London. Saphy’s life…

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My January 2024 Reads

January 2024 reads

New year, and another great month in books. I started off the month on my way to a luxurious destinataion wedding, but got lost in a blinding snowstorm in Germany. After having found shelter in a Bavarian ghost town, strange things began happening. And then the bodies started appearing. Next I journeyed to a quiet…

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My November 2023 reads

November 2023 reads

Another month, another great journey through books. My November started out following American Wallis Simpson who moves to London with her second husbands and shifts from standing on the sidelines of glamorous parties to a position of power as the lover of the Prince of Wales. As someone who never spared a kind thought for…

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My October 2023 reads

October 2023 reads

Another month, another stack of great books. Once again, I was transported around the world through my reading. October began for me alongside the overinvolved ballet moms of a California dance school as they pushed their daughters to win an exclusive scholarship with the Ballet de Paris Academie. Next, I was snowed in at a…

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My July 2023 reads

July 2023 reads

In July, I had another great month in books. First I traveled back to New York’s Hudson Valley during the 1920s as an ambitious young woman tries to carve out a niche for herself in a society changing rapidly around her. Afterwards, I traveled to a remote location on the moors of northern England, on…

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My June 2023 reads

Another great month of reading. I travelled from an isolated home in a rural corner of Ireland where a killer may or may not be on the loose, to a small Connecticut town where¬† a recent widow is trying to kickstart her life, and her failing bookstore, as she tries to reclaim her life and…

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My May 2023 reads

May 2023 Reads reads

May was another great reading month. I became a flight attendant flying from London to Paris, I enjoyed the competitiveness and complicated relations at a community swimming pool in the northern Virginia suburb of Washington, DC. Next, I traveled on to Poland to “party like it’s 1999”, following an art heist in the last days…

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