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#Win London Noir by Ann Girdharry (INTL) (24)

  • Kindle: 2101 KB
  • Print: 314 pages
  • Publisher: Chassagnard Publishing; 1 edition (October 17, 2017)
  • ASIN: B075V8W5R7


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Memory loss, nightmares, the urge to kill – Sophie has it all. Is it Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder? Or something more sinister? Kal is about to find out…


After a near-fatal road accident, Kal helps a young girl in trouble. The girl’s friends are being murdered one by one. Why? And who by?
Kal must kick start herself out of her downward spiral to save the young stranger.
But Kal is in the grip of the London Cartel and is someone after the girl, or is the girl after someone?
Crime, suspense, thriller. The second book in the Kal Medi series. 


My review for Good Girl Bad Girl


Ann Girdharry is a crime/suspense/thriller author. Her debut thriller, GOOD GIRL BAD GIRL (Kal Medi #1), is an ERIC HOFFER BOOK AWARD FINALIST 2017. It's also a Readers Favorite Five Star Book.
Kal Medi #2 is due to be published soon - watch for it! 

She has also written some short stories, and is a trained psychotherapist. She worked for many years in the UK as a manager in the not-for-profit sector. Today, she lives in Montpellier, France with her husband and two children. She has also lived in the USA and Norway and enjoys travelling, gardening and rollerblading. 

You can connect with Ann Girdharry via her website, or on Facebook.

REVIEW:
Closure for the first book.
All the things that you felt left hung in Good Girl Bad Girl were answered and put to rest in this book. I did love that, and the new plot too, as well as feeling it's complete.
If Kal Medi is in  a third book, it would HAVE to be a new plot, story and everything. No questions were left raised in book 2.
It was more exciting for me, and that is rare for a second book to better than the first. I feel that was as this story had a beginning, middle and end, where the first book wasn't like that at all.
Really good stuff together though!! I know many of you will enjoy reading about Kal Medi and all that she gets herself into.


4/5



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  1. I think I would like it as its a thriller. I enjoy all types of genres , although I do stick to YA more then anything

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  2. OH FOR CRYING OUT LOUD..i did the new updates on the stupid computer with winblows and it says that picketfences is not a secure site...so, if yo can help fix this, tell me what the heck to do

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    1. I'm getting the same message so will be removing that option from the giveaway for now.

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  3. Noir books are a neat way of looking at different places!

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