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Those People Next Door by Kia Abdullah

Wow – Top Notch

Those People Next Door by Kia Abdullah is a totally gripping contemporary crime drama that consumed me from the start.

Kia Abdullah is a marvelous author whose novels are always top notch. She writes gritty fiction that is always heart breaking.

In Those People Next Door we witness, with horror, the lengths that some people will go to in order to destroy others. Instead of offering olive branches, it is bitter barbs. These barbs sink in, destroying characters from the inside out as we see the damage that hurt and bitterness can do. Characters lose their morality incredibly quickly.

Once more Kia Abdullah introduces the reader to an urban neighbourhood. It is supposed to be a safe haven but proves more deadly than the estates the family left behind.

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Next Of Kin by Kia Abdullah

Wow! Just Wow!

Next Of Kin by Kia Abdullah is an enthralling, horrifying and disturbing contemporary crime suspense that had me hooked from the start.

The plotline is absolutely tragic as the characters and the reader become immersed in grief and loss. We witness lives torn apart and characters weighed down with guilt.

Relationships that have been kind, caring and compassionate begin to buckle – but will they break completely? Or will they be restored?

The characters are well drawn and realistic. Their emotions are laid bare.

It seems like everyone has their secrets – release one and a whole Pandora’s box will fly open.

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Take It Back by Kia Abdullah

Nail Biting

Take It Back by Kia Abdullah is a fast paced contemporary crime thriller that will consume and horrify. Kia Abdullah is a fantastic author grabbing the reader’s attention from the start. She writes in such a powerful way that the storyline feels realistic and totally believable.

Set in multicultural London there are tensions within the local population which escalate during the trial. Hatred rises to the surface as revenge is sought.

Part of the novel is set in a courtroom. Here there is the question of trust. Who is telling the truth? Who is lying? How will the jury decide?

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