September Book Round Up

I reviewed 4 books in September – all fiction, but all very different.  Have you read any of them?

For more of my thoughts on any of them, follow the link to my full review.


Link to my review: The Catch by T.M. Logan

The Catch  by TM Logan

This was an audio psychological thriller that I loved from beginning to end – both the story and the narrator (Philip Stevens) were deserving of the 5*s I gave it.    I would have been just as happy reading it in book format. 

Ed doesn’t usually like his daughter’s boyfriends, and the latest is no exception. However this latest boyfriend she’s going to marry. Is Ryan the great guy he appears to be, or is Ed justified in his worries?


Link to my review: The Wife by Shalini Boland

The Wife by Shalini Boland

Zoe fainted just before her wedding ceremony, 10 years ago.  To this day she still wonders why that happened, but everything is perfect in her life and her family.  Until, that is,  she notices people acting rather oddly towards her. 

Psychological thriller with a great twist!


Link to my review: Plague by Julie Anderson

Plague by Julie Anderson

This political thriller is set in and around the Houses of Parliament, London, where a series of murders is causing concern to those at the highest levels of government. 

As well as a great plot, the action takes the reader around London, pointing out places of interest you may have passed many times without paying attention to. 

The first book in a series, though also great as a “stand alone”. 


Link to my review: The bench by Cromer beach, by RJ Gould

The bench by Cromer beach, by RJ Gould

Another great piece of fiction from this author (3rd book I have read by him).   This is a beautiful novel about relationships and managing change, covering one year in the life of 5 very different people living in near Cromer Beach in Norfolk, England. 

Wonderfully English and a lovely positive read.   


October is already looking to be an exciting month bookwise.

Also don’t miss my Sunday blogs about what I am reading, why I have chosen to read that book, and where I am reading it (or where I’ve been whilst reading it).

All the best, Emma of EmmabBooks.com

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