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I’m currently reading the second book of the DI Callanach series Perfect Prey by Helen Fields… It took me long enough, but I’ve finally started my series binge-read!


1. Six Graves by Angela Marsons (4,5/5 stars) REVIEW 03/05
I can’t believe I’ve finally caught up with the DI Kim Stone series and that I’m actually able to read and review the ARC this time around! I guess it took me long enough, with Six Graves being already book number sixteen… But considering I only met the detective exactly a year ago at the time of finishing this book, I did go through the previous sequels at a solid enough pace. Of course the fact that this series was one of my favorite new discoveries last year and the fact that the sequels kept delivering had something to do with that… And this newest sequel Six Graves knocked it right out of the park.

2. The Treehouse On Dog River Road (4/5 stars) REVIEW 30/04
There was just something about the blurb, title and cover of The Treehouse On Dog River Road that caught my attention and made it impossible to resist adding this debut to my shelves… I’ve been looking for an entertaining and uplifting contemporary romance, and I definitely hit the jackpot here. This debut is focused on self-improvement, family as well as a slow-burn romance that hits all the marks; a very strong debut and Catherine Drake will definitely be firm on my radar in the future!

3. The House Of Marvellous Books by Fiona Vigo Marshall (DNF 15%; 0 stars) DNF REVIEW 08/05
I honestly never thought I was going to end up in this situation when I first heard about The House Of Marvellous Books… I love stories with a bookish element, and in this case we don’t just have a library setting, but also a publishing house in the spotlight AND a mysterious missing manuscript. I fully expected to have a fantastic time with this story, but to my surprise the complete opposite happened instead. Sadly, I knew after only the first couple of pages that the writing style simply wasn’t for me. I tried to hang on, grow used to it and hopefully get distracted enough by the plot and characters themself to continue reading… But in the end it was no use, and I had to make the difficult decision to DNF quite early in the story.

4. Perfect Remains by Helen Fields (4/5 stars) REVIEW 28/04
I’m so happy to be finally reading this series from the beginning! After being blown away by book number seven a little while ago, I already knew I was probably going to be in for a treat… And Perfect Remains is without a doubt an excellent start of the series. It’s been great getting to know the different characters in play better and seeing how everything started… On top of this, we have a very intriguing serial killer on the loose and his POV definitely adds a little something extra to the plot.


I will be continuing my DI Callanach series binge-read, and next up are Perfect Death, Perfect Silence and Perfect Crime by Helen Fields. My latest TBR jar pick Master Class by Christina Dalcher will have to wait until mid May at least because I have a bunch of ARCs I need to get to after finishing the binge-read.

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