Book reviews: What you should be reading this April

As most of you may know, Amazon Kindle Books have hundreds of books for free. Many of you may have downloaded the kindle books app, if you haven’t, do it now because it is so worth it.

So now for the big question, what do I read? Well, you’re in luck! I’ve collected some free book reviews for you guys to enjoy…..

1. Deadly Ashes by N. C. Lewis

Doris Cudlow is a feisty reporter with a nose for the truth.

When Doris takes a stroll on a blustery gray Skegness beach, the most she expects is a downpour. Instead, she walks straight into a baffling mystery—a body on the beach.

It looks like the victim died of natural causes. No one believes it was murder, but Doris is not so sure.

She soon finds out the town’s elite knew the dead person and they don’t want a newcomer from London rocking the boat.

Can Doris get to the bottom of a fiendish conspiracy that will expose a dark underbelly to English seaside life?

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2. The girls across the bay by Emerald O’brien

A bond stronger than blood. A connection that could end it all.

Madigan Knox and Grace Sheppard became sisters the day they entered their foster home. After living through a childhood nightmare, one brave act set them free, but split them apart into different homes. As adults, they are reunited in the small coastal town they dreamed of living in as children, but the reality of life in Tall Pines is far from what they had imagined. When a woman is found dead​ in her home​, Madigan reports on the crime while Grace investigates.

A dark connection to the victim is discovered, pulling them both closer to the crime and the traumatic past they are desperate to move on from.

With old wounds ripped open and dark secrets threatening their bond, the sisters must rely on each other more than ever before to survive.

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3. The Lie tree by Frances Hardinge

The Lie tree

Faith’s father has been found dead under mysterious circumstances, and as she is searching through his belongings for clues she discovers a strange tree. The tree only grows healthy and bears fruit if you whisper a lie to it. The fruit of the tree, when eaten, will deliver a hidden truth to the person who consumes it. The bigger the lie, the more people who believe it, the bigger the truth that is uncovered.The girl realizes that she is good at lying and that the tree might hold the key to her father’s murder, so she begins to spread untruths far and wide across her small island community. But as her tales spiral out of control, she discovers that where lies seduce, truths shatter . . .

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4. The lost sister by ML Rose

For 15 years, Detective Chief Inspector Arla Baker has hunted for Nicole, her lost sister…

Today, a woman lies with her throat slit open in Clapham Common Park. There are three black triangles drawn on her body. DCI Arla Baker is called in to investigate.

Soon there is another body, killed in identical fashion, in the same location. Arla knows a vicious serial killer is stalking the streets. But what does the killer know about Nicole? For Clapham Common is where Nicole disappeared fifteen years ago. Arla refuses to accept Nicole is dead. She will not rest till she finds her sister. As another body appears, it’s clear that the killer is hungry for more blood.

And Arla is not the one hunting this crazed psychopath. Arla is the hunted. As deep secrets of the past begin to unravel, so does Arla’s grip on reality. It’s not just her career on the line…….It’s her life.

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5. The Memory cage by Ruth Eastham

No child should have to live through a war.

No child should have to see what Alex has seen.

He’s locked it all away in a secret place but, one day, the ticking time bomb in his mind has to detonate.

Alex’s family want to help, but they have other problems.

Only Alex’s beloved grandfather can answer his questions about family secrets.

But Grandad is scarred by a war of his own – and his memories are fading fast as the effects of Alzheimer’s grip him.

Time is running out for Alex.

Only by unlocking the terrors of the memory cage for both of them, can he hope to escape the nightmares.

Ruth Eastham‘s The Memory Cage is a transfixing story about adoption, Alzheimer’s, the strength of the relationships within families through testing times, and the effects our memories have on how we live the rest of our lives.

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Those are my five choices, I rate them all five stars and I’m sure you would to! Download kindle books if you don’t have it, it is stuffed with great, action packed fun!

Please read these exciting books and do let me know how you found them! Thanks for staying here till the end pals and do like this post, share it and don’t forget to follow Penable and receive emails on new, brilliant content!

Published by H.R Phoenix, Author

H.R Phoenix is the owner and creator of Penable. She likes to inspire people to write and is an Author of a poetry book and the Penable magazine 2020. When she's not working on a short story or writing awesome Penable Posts, she enjoys spending time with her two cute kittens..

11 thoughts on “Book reviews: What you should be reading this April

  1. Hey, they are pretty good books. I am reading some ebooks from Google books. They are pretty good too. I will surely read these after reading the ebooks from the Google books.

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