Weekly Wrap Up June 19th

Hi everyone! 😊

So it’s been quite a busy week here at Bibliophile Book Club,  between reviews and blog tours etc I’ve blogged an unheard of TWELVE times this week!!! 😱 That never happens!!!

I’ve managed to read 5 books this week, bringing my total up to 92 books read so far this year, and unlike lately, I actually have ALL FIVE reviewed on time 😂

The books I’ve read and reviewed this week are as follows, and just click the title to go to the review;

My Sister’s Grave by Robert Dugoni 

Missing Presumed by Susie Steiner

River Road by Carol Goodman 

Dear Amy by Helen Callaghan

New Dusk by Liberty Gilmore

As Red As Blood by Salla Simukka

Also this week, I managed to post some reviews for books that were published this week and they were:

Streets of Darkness by A. A. Dhand

False Hearts by Laura Lam

I also had some Blogival posts, my Sucker For A Series post and a blog tour so click on the relevant links below to have a look! 😊

Devil’s Demise by Lee Cockburn *Extract* Blogival

Hunt For The Enemy by Rob Sinclair *Extract* Blogival

Sucker For A Series #2 Tracey Sinclair

Where Roses Never Die by Gunnar Staalesen *Blog Tour*


See, told you it’s been busy! 😊 Next week will be a bit quieter though! I have a guest post from the lovely Rebecca Bradley coming up tomorrow, and there will be some reviews too but definitely not as hectic as this week!

What have you all been up to? Read anything good?? 📚


6 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap Up June 19th

  1. I have been reading fragements by Stephen Edgar, have u read that? also started Anna bells new book who I love.

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