2022 · Blog Tour · Book review

Book Review: Sometimes People Die by Simon Stephenson @BoroughPress @midaspr #SometimesPeopleDie

“The year is 1999. Returning to practice after a suspension for stealing opioids, a young Scottish doctor takes the only job he can find: a post as a senior house officer in the struggling east London hospital of St Luke’s.Amid the maelstrom of sick patients, over-worked staff and underfunded wards a darker secret soon declares… Continue reading Book Review: Sometimes People Die by Simon Stephenson @BoroughPress @midaspr #SometimesPeopleDie

2022 · Book review

Book Review: The Do-Over by Sharon M. Peterson @stone4031 @bookouture

“Look, you’re a nice girl but I don’t think we should see each other anymore.” The voicemail ends and I freeze in the dentist’s chair as I realize… I’ve just been dumped on live radio.It took the most humiliating break-up for me to see that my life is in serious need of a do-over. Cue… Continue reading Book Review: The Do-Over by Sharon M. Peterson @stone4031 @bookouture

2022 · Blog Tour · Book review

Book Review: Here Be Icebergs by Katya Adaui; Translated By Rosalind Harvey @charcopress @midaspr

"One of the most subtle and original Peruvian writers in recent years." — El País The mysteries of kinship (families born into and families made) take disconcerting and familiar shapes in these refreshingly frank short stories. A family is haunted by a beast that splatters fruit against its walls every night, another undergoes a near-collision… Continue reading Book Review: Here Be Icebergs by Katya Adaui; Translated By Rosalind Harvey @charcopress @midaspr

2022 · Blog Tour · Book review

Book Review: Cat and Mouse (DI Helen Grace #11) by M. J. Arlidge #catandmouse @Tr4cyF3nt0n

When you think you're safe,When you think you're all alone,That's when he'll come for you...A silent killer stalks the city, targeting those home alone at night, playing a deadly game of cat and mouse with the victims. As panic spreads, Detective Inspector Helen Grace leads the investigation, but is herself a hunted woman, her every… Continue reading Book Review: Cat and Mouse (DI Helen Grace #11) by M. J. Arlidge #catandmouse @Tr4cyF3nt0n

2022 · Audio Book Review · Book review

Audio Review: The Girls by Lisa Jewel @PenguinUKBooks @lisajewelluk #audiobooks

Brought to you by Penguin.You live on a picturesque communal garden square, an oasis in urban London where your children run free, in and out of other people's houses.You've known your neighbours for years, and you trust them. Implicitly.You think your children are safe.But are they really?Midsummer night: a 13-year-old girl is found unconscious in… Continue reading Audio Review: The Girls by Lisa Jewel @PenguinUKBooks @lisajewelluk #audiobooks

2022 · Book review

The Curfew by T.M. Logan @TMLoganAuthor @ZaffreBooks @Tr4cyF3nt0n

I should have known something was wrong. I should have sensed it. Felt it in the air, like the build-up of pressure before a thunderstorm, that heavy, loaded calm. The curfew Andy and Laura are good parents. They tell their son Connor that he can go out with friends to celebrate completing his exams, but… Continue reading The Curfew by T.M. Logan @TMLoganAuthor @ZaffreBooks @Tr4cyF3nt0n

2022 · Blog Tour · Book review

Book Review: The House of Sorrowing Stars by Beth Cartwright @DelReyUK @BrthCarterwriter

It’s pleasure to be sharing my review today of this absolutely magical book The House of Sorrowing Stars by Beth Cartwright as part of the tour, huge thanks to Del Rey Books for the gifted copy. About the book How do you heal a broken house? First you unlock its secrets. Alone on an island,… Continue reading Book Review: The House of Sorrowing Stars by Beth Cartwright @DelReyUK @BrthCarterwriter

2022 · Blog Tour · Book review

Book Review: The Book of Sand by Theo Clare @centurybooksuk

SAND. A hostile world of burning sun.Outlines of several once-busy cities shimmer on the horizon. Now empty of inhabitants, their buildings lie in ruins.In the distance a group of people - a family - walk towards us.Ahead lies shelter: a 'shuck' the family call home and which they know they must reach before the light… Continue reading Book Review: The Book of Sand by Theo Clare @centurybooksuk

2021 · Blog Tour · Book review

Just Haven’t Met You Yet by Sophie Cousens @sophieCous @centurybooksuk

Just Haven’t Met You Yet by Sophie Cousens was released in paperback on 11th November by Penguin Random House imprint Century and I’m over the moon to be sharing my review as part of the tour. Huge thanks to Rachel Kennedy for the invitation. Tell me the story of how you two met…Laura has built… Continue reading Just Haven’t Met You Yet by Sophie Cousens @sophieCous @centurybooksuk

2021 · Blog Tour · Book review

The Bloodless Boy by Robert J. Lloyd @melvillehouse @robjlloyd

The City of London, 1678. New Year’s Day. The body of a young boy, drained of his blood and with a sequence of numbers inscribed on his skin, is discovered on the snowy bank of the Fleet River.With London gripped by hysteria, where rumours of Catholic plots and sinister foreign assassins abound, Sir Edmund Bury… Continue reading The Bloodless Boy by Robert J. Lloyd @melvillehouse @robjlloyd