Blog tour: Q&A with Alis Hawkins

Book spotlight None So Blind Alis Hawkins The Dome Press 15th November, 2018 None So Blind by Alis Hawkins is a stunning historical crime novel, which I have had the pleasure to read and ask Alis questions about! Hi Alis, thank you for agreeing to answer some questions about your book and writing for my... Continue Reading →

In A House of Lies… really a number one?

Okay, I understand that Ian Rankin can write crime. That much is obvious. But In A House of Lies has been coined a 'thriller', and honestly, the first half of the novel is about as thrilling as my Monday evenings. Rankin takes a lot of time setting the scene with so many different characters, both... 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 →

Blog tour: Indigo Lost

Book Spotlight Title:  Indigo Lost Author: S.R Summers Twitter: @indigolost About the author:  Living in Leamington Spa, West Midlands, S.R. Summers owns and runs the popular ZouBisou cafe. Previously, she has enjoyed a career working within broadcast media whilst living in Belgium and within the field of e-commerce. She also holds a degree in History from the... Continue Reading →

Author Spotlight: Kate Brian

Okay, so reviews of books I have read recently aside, I have read some fantastic series over the years from YA and adult authors. This new section of my blog is going to look at those series from those authors as a whole and give an overview of why I think that the series deserves... Continue Reading →

Review of The Quiet Man by James Carol

This week, I have read The Quiet Man by James Carol, the fourth in his detective series surrounding the cases dealt with by private investigator, Jefferson Winter. I did not realise until after I had read it that it was part of a series. This presents a good foundation, as it means that the story works... Continue Reading →

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