Thirteen: Effing incredible!!

Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh had the best possible premise: a serial killer on the jury for the murders he had committed. Told partly from his perspective and mostly from the lawyer, Eddie Flynn, Cavanagh has crafted a deeply twisted and dark narrative with some insanely creative characters, all of whom I loved reading. I even... Continue Reading →

A Review of Kiss Me Kill Me by James Carol

While I haven't read every single James Carol book, I have read a fair few and been extremely impressed. Carol has great imagination and also knows how people think, the way that we fall into patterns and repeat mistakes regardless of knowing how things have previously turned out. Kiss Me Kill Me was a quick,... Continue Reading →

Social Creature: A different kind of story

Reading Social Creature by Tara Isabella Burton left me rather surprised. It was quite different to the more traditional gothic horror titles in the Bloomsbury Raven series, but very much confirmed for me that the gothic can be written in the modern day and in a city environment. The narrative is well-told with intriguing, self-absorbed characters who's... Continue Reading →

Now You See: A Review

Now You See by Max Manning is an interesting crime thriller which offers a unique way of telling a DCI thriller. I really enjoyed it because of the varying perspectives, including that of the killer and the victims. This book sets a high standard for the DCI Dan Fenton series. Now You See by Max... Continue Reading →

If He Wakes: A perfect story

While no book, story or author is ever really perfect, there are some books which certainly hit the nail on the head and come pretty close! If He Wakes by Zoe Lea is one of these books. With only 225 pages, this story is action-packed without being confusing, heart-wrenching and very current. I am part... Continue Reading →

Skin Deep: A Review

Oops, I read another book in a short time frame! Skin Deep by Liz Nugent is a book which will stick with me for a long time to come. It is thought-provoking and intriguing to see how you feel about the main character, Delia and how the other characters treat her. Skin Deep by Liz... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR 28/02: Review of Tell No Lies

Title: Tell No Lies Author Name: Lisa Hartley Previous Books: Ask No Questions Genre: Crime, Thriller, Detective Fiction Release Date: 19th February 2018 Publisher: Canelo Book Blurb: Now they’re coming after Caelan’s team… A tortured body is found in a basement. Drug dealing and people smuggling is on the rise. Then police start going missing.... Continue Reading →

Tell No Lies: My Thoughts So Far

Tell No Lies by Lisa Hartley came out on the 19th February, and I will be joining the blog tour for this wonderful book on Wednesday complete with a full review and my first ever Q&A session!! Exciting! Tell No Lies is a crime fiction novel, and the second in the Detective Caelan Small series.... Continue Reading →

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