On My Bookshelf – January 2019

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The Traitor – Brooke Sivendra

The second release in the Thomas Security series, this book proves to be just as action-packed as Brooke’s previous novels. The Thomas brothers are on the hunt to find the traitor in their midst, with surprising plot-twists and a cliff-hanger ending that will leave you anxiously awaiting the next novel in the series.

Available from Amazon, The Book Depository, and all good bookstores.

 

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine – Gail Honeyman

I am so excited to hear that this book has been picked up for a movie! A heart-warming read about finding friendship in unlikely places, right when you need it most.

Available from Amazon, The Book Depository, and all good bookstores.

 

The Woman in the Green Dress – Tea Cooper

The Woman in the Green Dress is a gorgeously written historical novel, with a dual timeline set between 1853 and 1919. The story follows waitress Fleur has she delves into the past to unravel the mystery surrounding an opal and the woman in the green dress.

Available from Amazon, The Book Depository and all good bookstores.

Reviewed courtesy of the Beauty and Lace Book Club.

 

Get Rich Slow – Sarah Riegelhuth

Get Rich Slow is a no-nonsense book that explores the secret to building life-long wealth through the concept of ‘slow money’. Well written and easy to read, Get Rich Slow shows you the steps to take to achieve this goal. Perfect for those wanting to take control of their finances to start out on the road to financial freedom. Make sure you check out my Instagram page, where I will be giving away this copy to one lucky reader!

Available from Amazon, The Book Depository and all good bookstores.

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