Before I Find You by Ali Knight

I got quite excited when I started reading Before I Find You by Ali Knight. I got through the first 120 pages smoothly, was enjoying the build-up and the setting of the story from a private investigator's point of view, and then it begun to fall flat. Before I Find You by Ali Knight is... Continue Reading →

Blog tour: Dead End Q&A with Rachel Lynch

Book spotlight Dead End by Rachel Lynch Canelo Previous Books in the D.I. Kelly Porter series: Dark Game Deep Fear Genre: Crime/thriller Release Date: 8 October, 2018 My review: Dead End: Another stunner!  Here's my in-depth Q&A with Rachel Lynch: I felt that this book had an almost equal split between Kelly’s personal life and... Continue Reading →

Dead End: Another stunner!!

Dead End by Rachel Lynch is yet another incredible thriller which shows her development as an author in all thing character, plot and place. I love reading and reviewing her books as I always know that she will put together a distinct plot with brilliant new characters, while still developing her staple ones. I enjoy... Continue Reading →

You Were Made For This: Was she?

You Were Made For This by Michelle Sacks is a chilling domestic thriller novel, loaded with tension and intense background stories for all of the characters. I sped through this novel, but have come out unsure of how much I really liked parts of it; hopefully writing this review will help me straighten out my... Continue Reading →

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 →

Snap by Belinda Bauer: A review

Snap by Belinda Bauer is truly a great work of crime fiction. The use and interweaving of the multiple narratives to create a great cold murder case was ingenious. I feel that there are not many people who could weave a story like this into fruition without creating some plot holes along the way, but... Continue Reading →

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