The Girl You Lost by Kathryn Croft

I kept hearing about this book. I decided to give it a try. I am glad I did. Well written and with a story that pulls you along. You think you know where it’s going, you have it sussed and then you find out you are wrong. first book I have read by this author. I will eagerly look forward to other books by Kathryn. If you want a fast paced book, good writing and plenty of red herrings, then pick up a copy. You will not be disappointed. I wasn’t!. Thanks to Bookoture, NetGalley for ARC.

The Mountain can Wait by Sarah Leipciger

This was a beautiful book. Sparsely written but with beautiful prose. It is the story of Tom, a single father who finds he is connected to his children by guilt. The book opens with a hit and run and when Tom finds he is connected to it, he tries to mend his dysfunctional family and finds he is not the father he thought he was. The atmosphere and settings of the book are helped by the author’s prose. The connection with nature and the disconnection with each other is beautifully woven together by the skill of author. I recommend all to read it. Thanks to Lovereading for the ARC.

The Girl in the Ice by Robert Bryndza

I’m finished with The Girl In The Ice: This was a superb book. A cast of characters that are well drawn. A gutsy heroine struggling with her own dark past Also people whose wealth and privelage put them above the law and human decency. A fast moving and thrilling read that I have no hesitation in recommending. Thanks to the publishers, Bookoture and NetGalley for the Arc