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Book Review – 4 Riverside Close by Diana Wilkinson @Bloodhoundbook #BookReview #BookBlast #suspense

Many thanks to publisher Bloodhound Books for my spot on this Book Blast.

Happy Publication Day!!

4 women embroiled in a web of their own making which came to light when the husband of one was found murdered.

My first book by author Diana Wilkinson was quite a distraction from the world news. Told in different POV, the ladies entertained me with gossip, giving me glimpses of their lives. There were a few decisions that made me wonder at their psyche, but that was the fun of being in the pages of fiction. I could judge and crib about them; my kindle would never object.

There were quite a few twists, which kept the story in its tracks, with bubbles of suspense bursting through at the correct moments. I found myself longing to see the television series Desperate Housewives after reading the book. All the four could be likened to them, living in the protective shell of their cul-de-sac. Naive yet mischievous, sweet yet cunning when needs must. A honey trap of a book!!

I received a free ARC from the publisher, and this is my journey into its pages, straight from the heart!! STRICTLY HONEST AND UNBIASED.

All my reviews can be read here

How well do you know your neighbours?

When residents of a North London cul-de-sac enrol in a seemingly innocent social network, they soon find themselves embroiled in a murky web of sinister manipulation and murder.

From the outside, Caroline and Jason Swinton have an idyllic life. But when the cracks start to appear the residents of Riverside Close are drawn into a dangerous game.

When Jason’s body is discovered in a house on the close, everyone becomes a suspect.

Could his lovely wife be responsible for his murder?

Or do the neighbours have a motive for wanting him dead?

Publication Date: March 2020

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