Ted Bundy: The Only Living Witness – Stephen G. Michaud & Hugh Aynesworth

Ted Bundy is arguably one of the most infamous serial killers in America. There have been numerous books written about him and his killings as well as documentaries and films. “Ted Bundy: The Only Living Witness” was written with close cooperation with Bundy and includes details of several interviews between the Authors and Bundy following his convictions.

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Filed under 3.5 Star Review, NetGalley, Non-Fiction Reviews 2019

My Dark Vanessa – Kate Elizabeth Russell

It’s 2017 and the height of the me too movement when Vanessa Wye learns about the allegations against her former English Teacher, Jacob Strane. Vanessa is horrified by the allegations, after all, the relationship she had with Strane when she was 15 wasn’t abuse, it was love.

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Get Your Shit Together – Sarah Knight

“Get Your Shit Together” is the follow-up to the brilliant “The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a Fuck”. Now that Sarah Knight has helped you get rid of the mental clutter she’s going to help you get your life organised.

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The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a Fuck – Sarah Knight

Inspired by Marie Kondo’s method of de-cluttering your life and getting rid of items that don’t “spark joy”, “The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a Fuck” is designed to help you let go of the mental clutter that we can all end up bogged down in and thereby free ourselves up to spend more time, money and energy on things we actually enjoy.

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Practical Magic – Alice Hoffman

Sally and Gillian Owens have always been treated differently in their small town in Massachusetts. Rumours of witchcraft surround all the Owens women and people are wary of them. Sally and Gillian want nothing more than to escape, which they eventually do in their own different ways but in doing so they end up separated from each other too. When Gillian comes back into Sally’s life with a problem will it bring the sisters back together or drive them further apart?

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The Central Park Five – Sarah Burns

“The Central Park Five” is a true crime book about the huge miscarriage of justice surrounding the convictions of five boys, Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Raymond Santana, Korey Wise and Yusef Salaam, for the rape and brutal assault of a jogger, Tricia Meili, in Central Park in 1989.

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Make It Up To You – Lucy Keeling

“Make It Up To You” is the debut novel by romance author, Lucy Keeling. Sophie is a make up blogger with aspirations of becoming a social media superstar but when she posts the wrong video by mistake her numbers take a hit. Marcus is a Gardener who could do with more exposure for his business. The two areas shouldn’t work together but somehow they do and Sophie’s audience clearly love Marcus, unfortunately for Sophie she starts to feel the same way!

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