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I think I have found my favourite genre of books, and it's the good old thriller in all its forms, whether a murder mystery or detective tale. I love the thrill of finding out who did it. Who's the murderer and why they committed it, how they hid it and what mistakes they made along the way.

Three thriller books I have read recently

A good girl's guide to murder - Holly Jackson ✩✩✩✩

Now this book is technically a YA thriller, but as very much a grown woman I still enjoyed the story, for me only occasionally the language felt a little young. Overall a well written thriller that left you wanting more every time you put it down. 

Pippa is a top grade student and for her final project decides to investigate the murder of Andi Bell a school girl in her town that was murdered five years prior, in a seemingly cut and dry case, although that's something Pippa doesn't agree with. 
Sal, Andi's boyfriend allegedly murdered her and then took his own life after sending a text confession to his father. Everyone knows who killed Andi Bell or do they?

Once Pippa starts digging into Andi's past it seems she isn't quite the perfect victim the media painted her as at the time, she had some pretty dark secrets. With the help of Ravi, Sal's younger brother, Pip finds the murder is not such a done deal after all. Pip compiles a dossier of events and interviews and finds some things just don't add up and someone is definitely covering up the truth behind Andi's disappearance.

Three thriller books I have read recently


Magpie murders - Anthony Horowitz ✩✩✩✩

This book has an interesting twist, it's a book within a book. Crime writer Alan Conway has been a bestseller for years. Readers love his detective Atticus Pund, a celebrated detective in 1950's England. But when Alan's latest novel lands on the desk of editor Susan Ryland, things are not what they seem, yes there is murder and intriguing suspects, but the more she reads the more she is convinced another story is hidden amongst its pages, one of real life greed, ambition and even murder.

For lovers of crime detective novels, I think this is a book you would enjoy. 

The Dry - ( Aaron Falk#1) Jane Harper - ✩✩✩✩✩

The Dry is the debut novel from Jane Harper, where she introduces her detective Aaron Falk. 
Kiewarra is dry its facing it's worst drought in a century, the farming community is on its knees, when murder rocks this small town three members of a local family are found shot dead in their home.

Aaron Falk now federal police investigator finds himself back in the town where he grew up and later fled with his father, to attend the funeral of his old school mate and his family. The locals don't make it easy for Falk and after twenty years and he can't wait to get away from the town with so many bad memories. But as questions mount Falk is forced to probe deeper into the Hadler's deaths as he and Luke Hadler shared a secret long since buried, that threatens to come to the surface.

I loved this book and raced through it, I can't wait to read more from Harper.


Do you love thrillers? let me know in the comments your recommendations.

Three Thriller books I have read recently




I think I have found my favourite genre of books, and it's the good old thriller in all its forms, whether a murder mystery or detective tale. I love the thrill of finding out who did it. Who's the murderer and why they committed it, how they hid it and what mistakes they made along the way.

Three thriller books I have read recently

A good girl's guide to murder - Holly Jackson ✩✩✩✩

Now this book is technically a YA thriller, but as very much a grown woman I still enjoyed the story, for me only occasionally the language felt a little young. Overall a well written thriller that left you wanting more every time you put it down. 

Pippa is a top grade student and for her final project decides to investigate the murder of Andi Bell a school girl in her town that was murdered five years prior, in a seemingly cut and dry case, although that's something Pippa doesn't agree with. 
Sal, Andi's boyfriend allegedly murdered her and then took his own life after sending a text confession to his father. Everyone knows who killed Andi Bell or do they?

Once Pippa starts digging into Andi's past it seems she isn't quite the perfect victim the media painted her as at the time, she had some pretty dark secrets. With the help of Ravi, Sal's younger brother, Pip finds the murder is not such a done deal after all. Pip compiles a dossier of events and interviews and finds some things just don't add up and someone is definitely covering up the truth behind Andi's disappearance.

Three thriller books I have read recently


Magpie murders - Anthony Horowitz ✩✩✩✩

This book has an interesting twist, it's a book within a book. Crime writer Alan Conway has been a bestseller for years. Readers love his detective Atticus Pund, a celebrated detective in 1950's England. But when Alan's latest novel lands on the desk of editor Susan Ryland, things are not what they seem, yes there is murder and intriguing suspects, but the more she reads the more she is convinced another story is hidden amongst its pages, one of real life greed, ambition and even murder.

For lovers of crime detective novels, I think this is a book you would enjoy. 

The Dry - ( Aaron Falk#1) Jane Harper - ✩✩✩✩✩

The Dry is the debut novel from Jane Harper, where she introduces her detective Aaron Falk. 
Kiewarra is dry its facing it's worst drought in a century, the farming community is on its knees, when murder rocks this small town three members of a local family are found shot dead in their home.

Aaron Falk now federal police investigator finds himself back in the town where he grew up and later fled with his father, to attend the funeral of his old school mate and his family. The locals don't make it easy for Falk and after twenty years and he can't wait to get away from the town with so many bad memories. But as questions mount Falk is forced to probe deeper into the Hadler's deaths as he and Luke Hadler shared a secret long since buried, that threatens to come to the surface.

I loved this book and raced through it, I can't wait to read more from Harper.


Do you love thrillers? let me know in the comments your recommendations.

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I have a confession! until this year I had never heard of an outdoor rug, now I can't move for gorgeous photos on instagram of lovely outdoor set ups , featuring outdoor rugs along with sofas, cushions the lot. Me being what my husband calls "an advertisers dream" wanted in on that action. I wanted our little outdoor space to become an outdoor room, perfect for a morning cuppa, an afternoon snooze or an evening bbq, whatever the weather allows, this is the UK after all.

Turning my garden into an outdoor room

Our garden is very low maintenance brick paving, with a raised border round the outside. A blank canvas ripe for a makeover. After purchasing a small corner sofa, and adding some colourful planted pots, a couple of inexpensive mirrors and of course fairy lights. I decided I needed a rug, so it was perfect timing when in my inbox popped an email offering me a rug to style in my home or garden. I jumped at the chance after seeing the gorgeous collection from Ornatus . They have tonnes of rugs to choose from, suitable for every room in the house, as well as fabulous outdoor rugs. I must admit I had a job narrowing it down as they have so many rugs to choose from, covering I would think most peoples decor taste. 

Turning my garden into an outdoor room

Since adding the rug it's really unified the space and our "garden room" is now a cosy spot to relax and unwind. This year of all years I am so grateful for our little square of outdoor space. We have spent so much time in the garden, just appreciating being outdoors, when we had nowhere else to go.

Turning my garden into an outdoor room


If you have a garden, a roof terrace or balcony why not turn it into an outdoor room. Chuck down a rug, add some chairs and pretty pots of flowers, and really enjoy your outside space.


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Turning my garden into an outdoor room

This post is an Advertisement, containing a gifted item

I have a confession! until this year I had never heard of an outdoor rug, now I can't move for gorgeous photos on instagram of lovely outdoor set ups , featuring outdoor rugs along with sofas, cushions the lot. Me being what my husband calls "an advertisers dream" wanted in on that action. I wanted our little outdoor space to become an outdoor room, perfect for a morning cuppa, an afternoon snooze or an evening bbq, whatever the weather allows, this is the UK after all.

Turning my garden into an outdoor room

Our garden is very low maintenance brick paving, with a raised border round the outside. A blank canvas ripe for a makeover. After purchasing a small corner sofa, and adding some colourful planted pots, a couple of inexpensive mirrors and of course fairy lights. I decided I needed a rug, so it was perfect timing when in my inbox popped an email offering me a rug to style in my home or garden. I jumped at the chance after seeing the gorgeous collection from Ornatus . They have tonnes of rugs to choose from, suitable for every room in the house, as well as fabulous outdoor rugs. I must admit I had a job narrowing it down as they have so many rugs to choose from, covering I would think most peoples decor taste. 

Turning my garden into an outdoor room

Since adding the rug it's really unified the space and our "garden room" is now a cosy spot to relax and unwind. This year of all years I am so grateful for our little square of outdoor space. We have spent so much time in the garden, just appreciating being outdoors, when we had nowhere else to go.

Turning my garden into an outdoor room


If you have a garden, a roof terrace or balcony why not turn it into an outdoor room. Chuck down a rug, add some chairs and pretty pots of flowers, and really enjoy your outside space.


To keep upto date with my home and what I'm doing follow me on instagram.
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In the last few weeks we have bought several homeware pieces, mainly for our conservatory, which has had a makeover. It's not quite finished in there, look out for a blog post in August, where I will share the finished result, but until then, here is a post sharing what we have been buying lately.


What I've been buying lately home edition

I am a savvy shopper and always look for best prices and deals, everything we have bought over the last few weeks has either been on offer or already a total bargain. So stick around to have a nose at what we have been buying.


What I've been buying lately home edition
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I have been after a jute rug for my conservatory makeover and when I saw this La Redoute one I snapped it up. It's perfect for my room and helps to create the garden room vibe I'm after.

Sticking with the jute theme, I love these coasters from Etsy, I turn to Etsy for picking up small pieces like this.

The Navy velvet sofa is kind of the star of the show. I new as soon as I started planning this room, I wanted a blue velvet sofa and this Argos one fitted the bill perfect. I picked it up on sale, my advice if you like it, is to keep an eye on Argos as I've seen this sofa reduced twice this year.

The yellow cushions on the sofa are from sainsbury home. The one on the chair is from Dunelm. The little side table is a B&M bargain at only £15.

The circle shelf is another item I new I wanted and I hunted high and low for this one from The Range another bargain find.




What I've been buying lately home edition

Dunelm have some gorgeous pieces right now, so as well as picking up the cushion for the conservatory, I also choose this gorgeous pink cushion for my living room, and the lovely summer bedding.

Keep your eyes peeled for more interiors posts coming soon.


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What I've been buying lately home edition


In the last few weeks we have bought several homeware pieces, mainly for our conservatory, which has had a makeover. It's not quite finished in there, look out for a blog post in August, where I will share the finished result, but until then, here is a post sharing what we have been buying lately.


What I've been buying lately home edition

I am a savvy shopper and always look for best prices and deals, everything we have bought over the last few weeks has either been on offer or already a total bargain. So stick around to have a nose at what we have been buying.


What I've been buying lately home edition
Some links are affiliate
I have been after a jute rug for my conservatory makeover and when I saw this La Redoute one I snapped it up. It's perfect for my room and helps to create the garden room vibe I'm after.

Sticking with the jute theme, I love these coasters from Etsy, I turn to Etsy for picking up small pieces like this.

The Navy velvet sofa is kind of the star of the show. I new as soon as I started planning this room, I wanted a blue velvet sofa and this Argos one fitted the bill perfect. I picked it up on sale, my advice if you like it, is to keep an eye on Argos as I've seen this sofa reduced twice this year.

The yellow cushions on the sofa are from sainsbury home. The one on the chair is from Dunelm. The little side table is a B&M bargain at only £15.

The circle shelf is another item I new I wanted and I hunted high and low for this one from The Range another bargain find.




What I've been buying lately home edition

Dunelm have some gorgeous pieces right now, so as well as picking up the cushion for the conservatory, I also choose this gorgeous pink cushion for my living room, and the lovely summer bedding.

Keep your eyes peeled for more interiors posts coming soon.


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Now we are at the halfway point of the year, I have been reflecting on my favourite books so far in 2020. I started the year with vigour reading loads, more recently my reading has taken a dip. I decided to write this post and reflect on the amazing books I have read so far to inspire me to seek out more amazing reads and get my mojo back.
My favourite books of 2020 so far

I have chosen five books that I loved and would recommend to anyone, all very different, all fantastic, all must reads.


The Hunting Party - Lucy Foley

The Hunting Party was the first book I read this year and it's stayed with me, written in Lucy Foley's unique style, the chapters written from every characters point of view, make this an interesting and modern take on an who done it, one of the oldest genres of stories going.

A group of thirty somethings, old uni pals meet up for there annual New Years break, this time in a remote Scottish hunting lodge. they arrive on December 30th, two days later one of them is dead, and one of them is a murderer.

Check out my full review.

The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo - Taylor Jenkins Reid

I adored this book from start to finish, it's one of those proper page turners you can't put down.

Evelyn Hugo is a Hollywood icon, a reclusive now, but glamorous and scandalous in her day. She's decided now is the time to reveal the true story behind the seven husbands and the scandal that followed her throughout her career. She chooses Monique a little known journalist with love life problems of her own to publish her story. And that is where the story begins.......


All The Rage - Cara Hunter

After reading All the Rage, I devoured Hunter's other books in the series. She is one incredible crime writer, whose books are gripping, with incredible detail, and if you are anything like me will be a complete mystery as to who done it, until the end. 

A teenage girl is found wandering the streets dazed and confused, her story terrifying, having been grabbed off the street a plastic bag over her head, she is driven to somewhere secluded and it appears assaulted before managing to get away. DI Fawley investigates but there is little to go on, the girl to scared to cooperate. The story is startlingly familiar and has a parallel to a case Fawley worked on many years ago, and then another girl goes missing...... Fawley has to act or this one might not be coming home.


Blood Orange - Harriet Tyce

This is another book that had me gripped from the start, with twists and turns galore. I for one was completely gobsmacked at the ending. Many of the characters turn out different to how I first thought. 

Alison appears to have it all going for her, a doting husband, adorable daughter and a career on the rise. She finally got her first murder case, but all is not what it first seems.

Alison drinks too much and is having an affair with a colleague, she's neglecting her family and the "murderer" she's defending is definitely not  telling her the whole story. In truth Alison's life is falling apart and someone knows what she's upto, and is threatening to turn her life upside down.


Queenie - Candy Carty Williams 

Queenie for me was a real eye opener, a topical read that talks about everyday racism from the point of view of a black woman in the UK. 

Queenie is stuck between two worlds neither of which she feels she quite fits. She always dreamt of being a journalist but feels overlooked by her boss amongst her white middle class colleagues. Her love life has took a nosedive after her boyfriend announces he wants to take a break, and her traditional family won't listen to her problems. Queenie takes solitude in a string of meaningless flings with men who treat who treat her badly, and it's not until she's at breaking point that anyone notices.

Queenie is a must read.

What are your stand out books this year?





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My favourite books of 2020 so far


Now we are at the halfway point of the year, I have been reflecting on my favourite books so far in 2020. I started the year with vigour reading loads, more recently my reading has taken a dip. I decided to write this post and reflect on the amazing books I have read so far to inspire me to seek out more amazing reads and get my mojo back.
My favourite books of 2020 so far

I have chosen five books that I loved and would recommend to anyone, all very different, all fantastic, all must reads.


The Hunting Party - Lucy Foley

The Hunting Party was the first book I read this year and it's stayed with me, written in Lucy Foley's unique style, the chapters written from every characters point of view, make this an interesting and modern take on an who done it, one of the oldest genres of stories going.

A group of thirty somethings, old uni pals meet up for there annual New Years break, this time in a remote Scottish hunting lodge. they arrive on December 30th, two days later one of them is dead, and one of them is a murderer.

Check out my full review.

The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo - Taylor Jenkins Reid

I adored this book from start to finish, it's one of those proper page turners you can't put down.

Evelyn Hugo is a Hollywood icon, a reclusive now, but glamorous and scandalous in her day. She's decided now is the time to reveal the true story behind the seven husbands and the scandal that followed her throughout her career. She chooses Monique a little known journalist with love life problems of her own to publish her story. And that is where the story begins.......


All The Rage - Cara Hunter

After reading All the Rage, I devoured Hunter's other books in the series. She is one incredible crime writer, whose books are gripping, with incredible detail, and if you are anything like me will be a complete mystery as to who done it, until the end. 

A teenage girl is found wandering the streets dazed and confused, her story terrifying, having been grabbed off the street a plastic bag over her head, she is driven to somewhere secluded and it appears assaulted before managing to get away. DI Fawley investigates but there is little to go on, the girl to scared to cooperate. The story is startlingly familiar and has a parallel to a case Fawley worked on many years ago, and then another girl goes missing...... Fawley has to act or this one might not be coming home.


Blood Orange - Harriet Tyce

This is another book that had me gripped from the start, with twists and turns galore. I for one was completely gobsmacked at the ending. Many of the characters turn out different to how I first thought. 

Alison appears to have it all going for her, a doting husband, adorable daughter and a career on the rise. She finally got her first murder case, but all is not what it first seems.

Alison drinks too much and is having an affair with a colleague, she's neglecting her family and the "murderer" she's defending is definitely not  telling her the whole story. In truth Alison's life is falling apart and someone knows what she's upto, and is threatening to turn her life upside down.


Queenie - Candy Carty Williams 

Queenie for me was a real eye opener, a topical read that talks about everyday racism from the point of view of a black woman in the UK. 

Queenie is stuck between two worlds neither of which she feels she quite fits. She always dreamt of being a journalist but feels overlooked by her boss amongst her white middle class colleagues. Her love life has took a nosedive after her boyfriend announces he wants to take a break, and her traditional family won't listen to her problems. Queenie takes solitude in a string of meaningless flings with men who treat who treat her badly, and it's not until she's at breaking point that anyone notices.

Queenie is a must read.

What are your stand out books this year?





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When it comes to styling my home, I am all about doing it on a budget, I haven't got ££££££ to drop on new decor and I don't know anyone that does. I am a firm believer a few inexpensive pieces added to a room, can really make a difference to how a space feels, cause lets face it, we have all been staring at the same four walls for months now.

So I have trawled the web looking for stylish but cost effective pieces all under £30 to share with you, and trust me it has taken a lot of restraint as there are some cute bits available right now.

Update you home for under £30 this Summer




For me natural materials like rattan and linen are where it's it, accompanied by statement pieces in neutral whites, with a pop of green from plants, real or fake, make a room feel calm and relaxed. I am obsessed with that rope mirror, and linen light shade.   
Update you home for under £30 this Summer

A store that is killing it in my opinion is H&M home, I love the simple, yet stylish pieces, that don't break the bank. That rattan hanging basket is lush and the glass bubble vase is perfection itself.

Update you home for under £30 this Summer

If warm tones are your bag, check out Matalan they are brimming with Yellows, pinks and oranges in their home collection, perfect for adding a bit of summer into any room.

Update you home for under £30 this Summer

If bold is more your thing George at Asda is the place, that Jungle bedding is insane, I love George for sheets I've bought loads over the years.

I hope you enjoy my picks from the highstreet under £30, let me know if you treat your home to any of my choices.



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Update you home for under £30 this Summer



When it comes to styling my home, I am all about doing it on a budget, I haven't got ££££££ to drop on new decor and I don't know anyone that does. I am a firm believer a few inexpensive pieces added to a room, can really make a difference to how a space feels, cause lets face it, we have all been staring at the same four walls for months now.

So I have trawled the web looking for stylish but cost effective pieces all under £30 to share with you, and trust me it has taken a lot of restraint as there are some cute bits available right now.

Update you home for under £30 this Summer




For me natural materials like rattan and linen are where it's it, accompanied by statement pieces in neutral whites, with a pop of green from plants, real or fake, make a room feel calm and relaxed. I am obsessed with that rope mirror, and linen light shade.   
Update you home for under £30 this Summer

A store that is killing it in my opinion is H&M home, I love the simple, yet stylish pieces, that don't break the bank. That rattan hanging basket is lush and the glass bubble vase is perfection itself.

Update you home for under £30 this Summer

If warm tones are your bag, check out Matalan they are brimming with Yellows, pinks and oranges in their home collection, perfect for adding a bit of summer into any room.

Update you home for under £30 this Summer

If bold is more your thing George at Asda is the place, that Jungle bedding is insane, I love George for sheets I've bought loads over the years.

I hope you enjoy my picks from the highstreet under £30, let me know if you treat your home to any of my choices.



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This month has been a slow reading month for me. I have those where I just don't pick up a book as often as normal, but hey ho I did manage two books and to be fair they are both pretty fab and although both have been hyped up at the moment they, in my opinion are worth the hype.

What i read in June

So stick around and see what I read in June.


Queenie - Candice Carty - Williams ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

This book has been on my radar for a while, it was recently available for 99p on kindle so I downloaded it immediately and started reading. You may of seen Candice has just recently won a British book award being the first black writer to do so. A well deserved win for a beautifully written book.
The story follows 25 year old Queenie, a British Jamaican woman, who is grappling with who she is and how she fits into the world. She finds herself  struggling after a break up with her long term white boyfriend, and while she always wanted to work at as a writer finds her job at a national newspaper not what she hoped, constantly comparing herself to her white middle class work colleagues. Queenie takes solace in all the wrong places flitting from man to man, all of whom appear to using her. 

For me this book was a stand out read that really highlighted the everyday racism black women face in the UK. Queenie faced racism in her job, and from the men she dated. She was battling her mental health and although her family loved her their traditional values made it difficult for Queenie to reach out for help. She really was a woman trapped between two worlds.

A must read for 2020!



Normal People - Sally Rooney ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Normal People has been pretty hyped recently especially since the TV adaptation aired on BBC. The book is a beautifully written story about two complicated characters that are in love, although I wouldn't class this book as a love story, more of a coming of age tale. Marrianne and Connell are at school together although they never talk to one another there, the relationship that develops between them is underwraps. Connell is popular and well liked, Marrianne is odd, always on the fringe, Know one must know.

The story follows how after school at college the dynamic changes, Connell feels out of his depth, while Marianne has reinvented herself and is well liked and attractive. At times the story is heart wrenching to read as although it is clear they both need something from each other, they both have hung ups, some serious that get in the way of a "normal" relationship.



I recommend both these books, so if you get the chance definitely give them a read.
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What I read in June


This month has been a slow reading month for me. I have those where I just don't pick up a book as often as normal, but hey ho I did manage two books and to be fair they are both pretty fab and although both have been hyped up at the moment they, in my opinion are worth the hype.

What i read in June

So stick around and see what I read in June.


Queenie - Candice Carty - Williams ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

This book has been on my radar for a while, it was recently available for 99p on kindle so I downloaded it immediately and started reading. You may of seen Candice has just recently won a British book award being the first black writer to do so. A well deserved win for a beautifully written book.
The story follows 25 year old Queenie, a British Jamaican woman, who is grappling with who she is and how she fits into the world. She finds herself  struggling after a break up with her long term white boyfriend, and while she always wanted to work at as a writer finds her job at a national newspaper not what she hoped, constantly comparing herself to her white middle class work colleagues. Queenie takes solace in all the wrong places flitting from man to man, all of whom appear to using her. 

For me this book was a stand out read that really highlighted the everyday racism black women face in the UK. Queenie faced racism in her job, and from the men she dated. She was battling her mental health and although her family loved her their traditional values made it difficult for Queenie to reach out for help. She really was a woman trapped between two worlds.

A must read for 2020!



Normal People - Sally Rooney ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Normal People has been pretty hyped recently especially since the TV adaptation aired on BBC. The book is a beautifully written story about two complicated characters that are in love, although I wouldn't class this book as a love story, more of a coming of age tale. Marrianne and Connell are at school together although they never talk to one another there, the relationship that develops between them is underwraps. Connell is popular and well liked, Marrianne is odd, always on the fringe, Know one must know.

The story follows how after school at college the dynamic changes, Connell feels out of his depth, while Marianne has reinvented herself and is well liked and attractive. At times the story is heart wrenching to read as although it is clear they both need something from each other, they both have hung ups, some serious that get in the way of a "normal" relationship.



I recommend both these books, so if you get the chance definitely give them a read.
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Before the Broken Star
The Beekeeper's Promise
Days of Blood & Starlight
The Foyles Bookshop Girls
The Light Keeper
Daughter of Smoke & Bone
The Priory of the Orange Tree
The Chocolate Lovers' Diet
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
Beautiful Broken Things
Nobody's Girl
The Flatshare
The Mitford Murders
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
It Felt Like a Kiss
The Muse
The Humans
Call Me By Your Name
Believe Me


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