2019 · Blog Tour · Book review

The School Run by Helen Whitaker @helbobwhitaker @Tr4cyF3nt0n @TrapezeBooks

Today I have the pleasure of sharing my review for The School Run by Helen Whitaker as part of the blog tour. Thanks to Tracy Fenton for the invite and to the publishers for the review copy via NetGalley. About the book Two mothers. Two best friends. One school place. Old friends, Imogen and Lily… Continue reading The School Run by Helen Whitaker @helbobwhitaker @Tr4cyF3nt0n @TrapezeBooks

2019 · Blog Tour · Book review

The Girl in the Grave by Helen Phifer @HelenPhifer1 @bookouture #thegirlinthegrave

Today I'm sharing my review for The Girl in the Grave, book one in the Beth Adams series by Helen Phifer thanks to Noelle Holten of Bookouture for the invite and for the review copy via NetGalley. About the book At least they’d found her. Once the site was processed and the girl’s body removed,… Continue reading The Girl in the Grave by Helen Phifer @HelenPhifer1 @bookouture #thegirlinthegrave

2019 · Blog Tour · Book review

The Child Before by Michael Scanlon @MScanlonAuthor @bookouture

Happy Friday everyone, I hope you're all looking forward to the weekend. It's a pleasure today to be sharing my review for The Child Before by Michael Scanlon as part of the blog tour. My thanks to Noelle at Bookouture for the invite and for the e-copy via NetGalley. About the book She began to… Continue reading The Child Before by Michael Scanlon @MScanlonAuthor @bookouture

2019 · Blog Tour · Book review

The Dancing Girls by M. M. Chouinard @m_m_chouinard @bookouture

It's with absolute pleasure that I share my review for The Dancing Girls by M. M. Chouinard today as part of the blog tour. Thanks to Noelle at Bookouture for the opportunity and the review copy via NetGalley. About the book The light in her wide brown eyes dimmed as she drew her last breath.… Continue reading The Dancing Girls by M. M. Chouinard @m_m_chouinard @bookouture

2019 · Blog Tour · Book review

If Only I Could Tell You by Hannah Beckerman #Review #BlogTour @hannahbeckerman @orionbooks

Today I'm very excited to be able to share my review for the wonderful If Only I Could Tell You by Hannah Beckerman as part of the blog tour. My thanks go to Tracy Fenton, Orion and the author for the invite and the ecopy received via NetGalley. About the book Audrey's family has fallen… Continue reading If Only I Could Tell You by Hannah Beckerman #Review #BlogTour @hannahbeckerman @orionbooks

2016 · Book review

Dark Water by Robert Bryndza (DCI Erika Foster #3) *Review*

Synopsis - Beneath the water the body sank rapidly. She would lie still and undisturbed for many years but above her on dry land, the nightmare was just beginning. When Detective Erika Foster receives a tip-off that key evidence for a major narcotics case was stashed in a disused quarry on the outskirts of London,… Continue reading Dark Water by Robert Bryndza (DCI Erika Foster #3) *Review*

2016 · Book review

The Keeper by Alistair Gunn (Antonia Hawkins #3) *Review*

Synopsis - Let the games begin. A man is found buried in a secluded wood on the outskirts of London. Naked, beaten and bruised; forensics also show that he hasn't eaten in the 24 hours before his murder. To DCI Antonia Hawkins it looks like a vicious, targeted attack. The hunt is on. But as… Continue reading The Keeper by Alistair Gunn (Antonia Hawkins #3) *Review*

2016 · Book review · Bookouture

Love You To Death (Detective Ruby Preston #1) by Caroline Mitchell

Description - ‘I’m not your mother. You’re a monster. I don’t want you’ Women who gave a child up for adoption are being killed. A knock at their front door begins a nightmare from which they will never wake up. For Detective Ruby Preston and her team, it is a race against time to connect… Continue reading Love You To Death (Detective Ruby Preston #1) by Caroline Mitchell

2016 · Bookouture · Netgalley · Trilogy

Counting Chimneys (Brighton Girls Trilogy #2) by Sandy Taylor

Book Description - Brighton 1969: Dottie Perks steps off the train and breathes in the sea air, the smell of fish and chips, and the precious childhood memories of a friend and place she’ll never forget. Dottie Perks has forged a new life for herself in London, a new job and sweet boyfriend Joe to… Continue reading Counting Chimneys (Brighton Girls Trilogy #2) by Sandy Taylor