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  1. Guest Reviewer Ash on Fracture by Heleyne Hammersley

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    Format: Kindle Edition

    File Size: 551 KB

    Print Length: 188 pages

    Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited

    Publisher: Bloodhound Books (28 Oct. 2016)

    Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.

    Language: English

    Synopsis: After leaving university and a violent relationship behind, Rosie flies to Australia to spend some time with her uncle, Charlie, and his wife, Rita.

    Trying to regain some of her lost confidence she hikes along the coast for a day.  She’s horrified to see a body on the beach. However the ‘body’ is the very much alive and enigmatic Alfie. The two women become friends and spend time together in Sydney where Alfie’s wild nature becomes apparent. When Alfie is attacked the situation takes a turn for the worse and they decide to leave the city.

    It’s a road trip that ends in murder. Who is Alfie? What is Rosie hiding? Detective Sergeant Pete Norton wants answers to these questions. What he will discover is that this case is a killer.

    Ash Rating: 5/5

  2. Ash's Review of Forgotten by Heleyne Hammersley

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    Format: Kindle Edition

    File Size: 606 KB

    Print Length: 260 pages

    Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited

    Publisher: Bloodhound Books (29 April 2016)

    Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l. 

    Language: English

    Synopsis: What if you woke up in a strange place and didn’t know who you were?

    A woman wakes up in a Thai hospital unaware of how she got there or who she is. The doctor names her Kai, the Thai word for fever.

    Unable to recall what led her to end up at the bottom of a cliff, Kai’s only clue to her identity is a diary. Stuck in a foreign land with no memory, she begins to unpick the truth about her past. And she will discover who she is and why she is in danger… This is Kai’s story

    Ash's Rating: 5/5