BLOG TOUR: Snakes and Ladders by Victoria Selman

BLOG TOUR Snakes and Ladders Victoria Selman 21st November 2019 Blurb Psycho meets The Silence of the Lambs One killer on the loose. Another setting the rules. A profiler caught in the middle. A serial killer is terrorising London, removing a body part from each victim and leaving in its place a single pink rose. Dr Vernon... Continue Reading →

The Beekeeper of Aleppo: A striking refugee journey

The Beekeeper of Aleppo by Christy Lefteri is a beautiful, emotional tale of the journey a married couple take from Syria to England after losing everything in the war. The writing in this book is effortless and poignant; I felt like I was in the story and feeling what they were feeling. I love how... Continue Reading →

Americanah: An excellent cultural narrative

Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie provides a voice for those young adults who have come from African countries to study in any country dominated by Western culture. I absolutely loved the main character, Ifemelu, her views on life in America and the ways she utilises her experiences to feed back to people in the same... Continue Reading →

Blood for Blood: A 5* slaughtering

Blood for Blood by Victoria Selman is an incredibly deep, gripping, intelligent and grotesque serial killer thriller. With a likeable, yet non-typical female main character, Selman took me on a thrilling journey which has taught me a lot about special forces and many elements of criminal profiling. Blood for Blood by Victoria Selman is out... Continue Reading →

Blog Tour: Bitter Edge by Rachel Lynch

Blog Tour Bitter Edge Rachel Lynch 25th February 2019 Publisher: Canelo Previous titles: Dark Game, Deep Fear, Dead End Blurb: DI Kelly Porter is back, but so is an old foe and this time he won’t back down... When a teenage girl flings herself off a cliff in pursuit of a gruesome death, DI Kelly... Continue Reading →

The Last: Dystopian fiction at its best

The Last by Hanna Jameson is an exciting, mysterious, at times bleak, but overall compelling dystopian novel which addresses how people would deal with being the last people on earth after nuclear destruction. Told from the perspective of an actionable narrator, this book has left me wanting so much more from Jameson. This could be... Continue Reading →

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