Running from a life she didn’t choose, in a city she doesn’t know, Sukanya, a young Thai girl, loses herself in Tokyo. With her Bangkok street smarts, and some stolen money, she stays ahead of her former captors willing to do anything to recover the computer she took. After befriending Chiho, a Japanese girl living in an internet café, Sukanya makes plans to rid herself of her pursuers, and her past, forever.
The Secret Notebook follows the young protagonist Riley Green. She loves science and makes a lie detector pen to elevate her status in the school where students whose influential parents study. Her lack of confidence and her insecurities about her life is evident in her thought process. Her plan is derailed when her teacher goes missing and leaves her with an important document to protect. The book was a fun ride, with adventure and sleuthing to figure out the culprit who is planning to steal the document. Riley and her friends plan to take out the person. As the story progresses we get to see the kids solve the problem…
For some reason, I have been late for my anticipated releases for the last couple of months. I have been super busy reading books and with Ramadan going on things have been a little hectic. I haven't had much time to check the new releases. So I am just getting around to it. I hope I can still bring to attention some new books to add to your list.
I read the synopsis and really liked the idea and so I requested this book. The story is about Lorna who after witnessing a murder has to go under police protection to avoid being silenced by the murderer. She meets Andrew who works as an undercover cop. He has been working on the case for some time.
To celebrate its one-year publiversay, The Rules of Burken, a psychological thriller packed with secrets, lies and a dangerous game from Traci Finlay, is ON SALE for a limited time only!
Brynja the forensic Geneticist is dealing with the loss of her twin brother Lucas. A strange poem in the form of a riddle appears. Brynja is intrigued and tries to figure out the references. Only problem is she keeps receiving more warnings written in the form of an old manuscript accompanied by food delivered to people around her. People die and things get even more difficult to figure out. Can Brynja figure out the secret to her brother's disappearance before more people die? Keep on reading my review to see my thoughts on this book..
A book about a guy who turned into a killer. His diary of how he turned into who he is. An expose of a man who is psychologically damaged and mentally unstable in my opinion.
The June Boys by Court Stevens is a masterfully written thriller/mystery. This book is guaranteed to rattle your emotions. A fantastic thriller with the mystery of the identity of the kidnapper a secret until the end will keep you riveted to the story throughout. Keep on reading to get to know my full thoughts.
Historical Mystery Release Date: March 3, 2020 Publisher: Divinely Inspired Books As the people of Annecy in the French Alps meet the Gestapo’s brutality with surprising resistance, a teen-aged girl cannot rest until she solves the mystery of a death in her family. Aurelie watches as her father places a shrouded body on the North side of the roof of the family home. It’s winter, under a Nazi-declared state of siege, and they must wait until the spring thaw for the burial. But who died? And why is no one speaking to her anymore? Aurelie cannot rest until she discovers the truth and fights to prevent the same terrible fate…