The Librarian by Valerie Keogh

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Don't miss the brand new thriller by Valerie Keogh! Perfect for fans of Sue Watson, Shalini Boland and K.L. Slater.

About the Book:

Since that fateful night I have always kept myself to myself. Reserved. Private. Alone.

Some people think I am too quiet. That life is passing me by. But I know there is safety in my own company. That no one can hurt me if I don’t let them get too close.

Until the day I meet him. A handsome, charming stranger. A chance for me to take a risk…finally?

Or a man who threatens everything I’ve worked so hard for?

You’ll be sorry…

And that’s when my whole life begins to fall apart….


 Ava has her dream job as a librarian at the Tate. It’s a perfect job for her because she loves to work alone. Her best friend is always encouraging her to get out more and date. When Ava rejects a man at the bar she’s walking away when she hears, ‘you’ll be sorry’. Then strange things start happening and she’s afraid the man she rejected is out to get her.

I enjoy this author’s books. They make you think and trying to figure out the twists is part of the experience. This is a slow building book with a surprising ending. Ava is stronger than she gives herself credit for. The story takes place over a few days and is a quick read. If you like strong female characters, you will want to check out this book.

About the Author:

Valerie Keogh is the internationally bestselling author of several psychological thrillers and crime series, most recently published by Bloodhound. She originally comes from Dublin but now lives in Wiltshire and worked as a nurse for many years.

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