Stacking the Shelves: 16 June 2019

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosten by Tynga’s Reviews and Reading Reality, all about sharing the books you have aquired in the last week. As this is my first week, I’m going to do the books I’ve bought in the last fortnight, and then continue weekly.

Most of these are books that I’ve bought after seeing reviews on different blogs

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I’ve seen a lot of reviews for Tick Tock in the last few weeks, so I have this and Hush Hush, the first in the series. I read a few books by Mel Sherratt earlier in the year

Her Sister’s Lie – This is another book that I’ve seen a few reviews for. This promises to be full of suspense and mystery.

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The First Mistake – I’ve seen a lot of reviews promising that this book is full of suspense and twists so I’m really looking forward to this.

Mine – I’d been in two minds about whether to buy this for a while, and I finally gave into the urge.

The Last Stage – A dark psychological thriller with great reviews, added to my TBR straight away.

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Have You Seen Her? – There have been a lot of reviews praising this. The missing child storyline is a standard crime storyline but one I usually find engrossing.

Someone is Lying – Another book with a lot of great reviews recently. I’ve read a few books by Jenny Blackhurst now, and this one looks to be an interesting twist on the classic whodunnit.

Unfollow Me – This sounds really interesting and the blurb doesn’t give too much away so I’m quite excited about this.

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Riverflow – This arrived in the post for a book tour next month. I’ve never read anything from this author so I don’t have any expectations going in and I’m really excited.

What have you added to your shelves this week? Are there any of these books that I should move to the top of my TBR?