Today I have my review of The Mystery of Three Quarters, the new Hercules Poirot mystery from crime fiction writer Sophie Hannah,
Today I review a book that brings to life the history of the hospital almoner. Letters from Alice is a novel by Petrina Banfield and has just been published with Harper Element.
Today I have my review of the new release from Nicolás Obregón, Sins As Scarlet. A fascinating novel!
Today I have my review of Last Letter from Istanbul by Lucy Foley. Just released in paperback recently, it is a novel that will sweep you back in time to an important part of history ~ Constantinople 1921.
Today I review VOX, the high-concept debut from Christina Dalcher. It will be released with HQ Stories later this month.
My review of the stunning novel Mrs Hemingway by Naomi Wood.. A beautiful book!
Today I bring you all my review of Pieces of Her, the latest release from bestselling author Karin Slaughter. Described as a psychological suspense novel it will be published on 9th August by Harper Collins.
Today I have my review of A Cold Flame by Aidan Conway, the second book in an Italian based crime series and just released by Killer Reads.
Today I have my review of Believe Me by JP Delaney, author of bestselling novel The Girl Before. Just published with Quercus Books, I see another movie on the horizon!
What should we cling to, and when is it time to let go?’
Hold is the debut novel from Michael Donkor and has just been published by Fourth Estate. Moving between Ghana and London, Hold is described as ‘an intimate, moving, powerful coming-of-age novel’, telling the story of Belinda, a young Ghanaian who finds herself living in London, so utterly different from her life as a housegirl in Ghana.
I received my copy from Harper Collins Ireland in return for my unbiased and voluntary review.
Please do read on for my thoughts…