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I'm a big fan of Harlan Coben but I've just finished No Second Chance and I was very disappointed with it
 
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Halfway through Lisa Genova's Every Note Played and as is to be expected, it's a harrowing but brilliant read. Genova writes such great medical based books. Still Alice is one of my all-time favourites.
 
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Picked up Colin Bateman's "Mystery Man" for some light reading and loving it. It's about the owner of a book shop who becomes a private detective pretty much by accident when the owner of the agency next door disappears and falls into a case involving murder, Nazis and customers who are "a heady mix of silent-but-deadly farters, shoplifters, alcoholics, and students".
 
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The Name of The Wind by Patrick Rothfuss, really enjoying it but apparently some are outraged that the trilogy hasn't been completed yet
 
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Too Close to Breathe by Olivia Kiernan

I really enjoyed this book, but needed to be in the mood to read and concentrate. I had to go back in a couple of places to refresh.
 
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Just finished Beartown by Fredrik Backman. I must say I liked it, I liked his style, it flowed well. I'm going to give some of his other books a go.
 
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How To Murder Your Life - Cat Marnell's memoir. Very addictive and raw and honest and funny - not particularly well-written, but somehow it didn't even matter! Well worth a read.
 
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Cornflakes for Dinner by Aidan Comerford. Refreshingly irreverent. Well-paced and inspiring, I really enjoyed it.
 
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I'm reading Diversify by June Sarpong and really enjoying it. A lot of the points are things that are common knowledge but still an interesting read.
 
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The Killer Inside Me by Jim Thompson, surprised by how visceral and modern it feels. Great so far.
 

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