Good Reading : August 2015
GOOD READING AUGUST 2015 73 Gone Girl tells the story of Nick Dunne, whose wife vanishes on their fifth wedding anniversary. An immediate suspect, Nick desperately chases the truth to find his wife and prove his innocence. The tangle of deceit and manipulation that follows forces him to reconsider if he ever really knew his wife at all. READERS’ BLOCK Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica Heidi Wood’s family are dismayed when her charitable nature goes a little too far when she brings home a homeless young mother called Willow and a four-month-old baby. Heidi and her family become ensnared in a twisted web of lies as an act of generosity turns irreversibly sinister. You by Caroline Kepnes Bookseller Joe Abercrombie becomes infatuated with one of his customers, a gorgeous wr iter called Guinevere. It’s all too easy to uncover every detail of her life through social media. As he orchestrates himself into Guinevere’s perfect man, he becomes increasingly relentless in his pursuit of her love – even if it means murder. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins Rachel watches a couple eating breakfast on their deck near her train platform every day. She feels as if she knows them and is jealous of their perfect life. Then one day, she sees something on the deck that will throw her life into a chaotic hunt for answers. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins Rdeck near every day knows them and is jealous of their perfect life. Then one day, she sees Gone Girl the story of Nick Dunne, who wife vanishes on their fifth wedding anniversary. An immediate suspect, Nick desperately chases the truth innocence. The tangle of deceit and manipulation The Suspect by Michael Robotham Joseph O’Loughlin, a clinical psychologist, is asked to assist with a suicide investigation; a young woman has apparently stabbed herself to death. But Joseph knows her, and quickly begins to suspect that this death was far from a suicide. Is the murderer still at large? a homeless young mother called Willow and Remember Me by Mary Higgins Clark Menley is unable to forgive herself for the death of her two-year-old son, Bobby in a car accident. The birth of a daughter enables her to rebuild her life and her marr iage. When the family decide to rent a house on Cape Cod for a month the peace they crave is disturbed when strange things start to happen. rebuild her life and her marriage. When the Did you get gripped by Gone Girl but don’t know what to read next? Try these tales of skulduggery!