Today I join Irish Writer, Deirdre Eustace, on tour with a review of her new release, Finding Alison. A story of grief and love, of loss and betrayal. A story of one woman’s struggle to overcome adversary and survive
Just buy it!!! Block 46 by Johana Gustawsson ~ My Review. A multi-layered, sweeping and evocative thriller that will leave you speechless and quite disturbed, horrified and traumatised. Yet you will have read something great and thoroughly deserving of all the accolades it receives.
I join Peter James on tour today with No 13 in the Detective Superintendent Roy Grace Series, Need You Dead. I have a character profile for you all, as well as further information on Peter James and details of the tour
Today I join debut writer Natalie Fergie on tour with her novel The Sewing Machine. In this book we get to trace the life of one vintage sewing machine as it passes through generations across 100 years. A really lovely read!!
I have a review of a riveting and provocative book for you today. Reconciliation for the Dead by Paul E. Hardisty is published by Orenda Books and is one I seriously recommend for it’s harsh truths and a wonderful narrative
Today I join the tour with Douglas Skelton, author of Tag You’re Dead, the second in the series featuring maverick investigator Dominic Quest
Today is my stop on tour with Time To Win, the first in a new crime series described as ‘British Seaside Noir’ from Harry Brett. A fast read leading into what I expect will be a version of ‘The Sopranos’, Great Yarmouth style.
Today I’m thrilled to kick-start the blog-tour with JD Fennell and his debut YA crossover thriller Sleeper. With accolades from James Patterson, this is a one-to-watch folks….
Today I am joined by Donna Morrissey author of The Fortunate Brother in an excellent Q & A. I was very lucky to read this wonderful book so I’m also sharing my review with you all. I do hope you enjoy!!
Join me today on tour with J.A. Schneider and her new police procedural ‘Watching You’ Joyce has written a post entitled ‘Is writing fiction the best self-analysis?’