5 Authors You’ll Love

ottenere un prestito opzioni binarie I absolutely love to read fiction books; give me a cosy chair, a hot cup of tea and a bowl of snacks and that is my idea of a great afternoon. I don’t get to read now as much as I used to pre-kids but it is always a joy to find a real page turner that I just can’t put down.

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Claire Mackintosh

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If you know me in real life you’ve probably heard me recommend Claire Mackintosh already! She writes crime thrillers which is a genre I don’t normally go for but when I picked up her first novel ‘I Let you Go’ I just could NOT put it down. I can’t really say much about it without spoiling the story but just trust me and GO AND READ IT NOW! Amazing.
She has also written ‘I See You’ which is great.


Louise Douglas

go This is another author that I don’t think I would have picked up without it being recommended to me but I have loved her stories! I think I would describe her as a mystery/thriller writer but her books seems to have a dark thread which are almost horror like. If they were on film or television I wouldn’t enjoy them as horror is a no-go for me, but with books you can control your imagination more.  She writes absolute page turners and I highly recommend them. My favourite, The Secrets Between Us, is a good place to start.

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Liane Moriaty

This best-selling author has written many novels mainly in the contemporary romance genre with some mystery and crime thrown in. While not being overly taxing they are thought-provoking and contain enough twists and turns to make them really good reads.
My favourite, ‘What Alice Forgot’ follows the story of a woman who loses her memories from the last ten years and has to come to terms with how having a husband and family has changed her. I found it really entertaining and it made me consider my own situation.

Kate Moreton

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This award winning author has written five novels so far. Her stories are historical fiction split between the past and modern day and tend to be mystery or crime based. These are fairly long novels to snuggle down with and really get invested in the characters and locations; most are based in beautiful old houses which makes you want to live there too! I think my favourite is her most recent book ‘The Lake House’ although ‘The House at Riverton’ is a close second. Highly recommended.

Lucinda Riley

I have loved Lucinda Riley’s books  – and she’s written a lot! Most (but not all) are historical fiction split between the past and modern day and cover a variety of topics. Her writing will transport you across the world to different places and different times; it’s great writing. It’s impossible to choose a favourite of hers as I’ve loved them all, but I’m currently enjoying the ‘Seven Sisters’ series, and I’m hoping to get the fourth instalment for Christmas!


http://mediaeffectivegroup.pl/?jiiopaa=opcje-binarne-forum-opinie&cd7=4c I would love to hear your recommendations for good books and authors in the comments below!

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  1. Carys kirk
    November 16, 2017 / 10:48 am

    Hi Rachel, thanks for this. I love book recommendations. I like Clare mackintosh too. A couple for you. I’ve recently read ‘The girlfriend’ by michelle Frances. A psychological thriller which was a real page turner. A girl from a different social background who desires a different lifestyle, but genuinely meets and hooks up with a rich junior doctor. It’s a tale of deception between the girlfriend and the boyfriends mother. Kept me enticed from beginning to end. I also enjoyed ‘small great things’ by jodi piccolt. A story of racism, that highlights how as a white person you can be subconsciously racist. This book made me think even after reading it. ‘He said, she said’ by Erin Kelly and ‘my everything’ by paige Troon. This is about a couple who are on the edge of break up but the husband suffering a stroke brings them back together in a remarkable way. Hope the move has gone well and that you settle into your new life relatively quickly. Never easy with young children. Make sure you have some me time to read some more. Vital for your own mental well being. Take care ☺️ 😘

  2. Carys kirk
    November 16, 2017 / 10:56 am

    Oops I’ve made a mistake. My everything is by Katie Marsh not paige toon. Sorry about that. When you read a lot on kindle you sometimes get the authors a bit mixed up. Well to be honest that’s me in life in general. I definitely have the scatty gene. Take care ☺️

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