A gothic novel to chill your senses!! Get ready for The Coffin Path by Katherine Clements. Just published by Headline, read on for my thoughts…
A Good Time To Be A Girl is the first book by city heavyweight and founder of the 30% Club, Helena Morrissey. Not a memoir, but a guide to achieving success in today’s boardroom without the need to ‘lean in.’ I enjoyed writing this review.
Today I am delighted to bring you all my review of The Missing Girl, the just published debut novel from Jenny Quintana. Described as powerful, griping and evocative. Please do read on for my thoughts.
Today I review the incredibly raw and honest memoir from the musician we all know as Moby. Porcelain is his recounting of the years from the late ’80’s into the rave scene of the 90’s. A phenomenal read!!
Today I bring you all my review of On The Bright Side : The New Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen. Recently published by Michael Joseph, this is the second book in the series, excellently translated by Hester Velmans.
Today I review Close to Home, the debut novel from Cara Hunter. Quite an unbelievable start to a new series featuring Oxford DI Adam Fawley.
Whoop!! Finally my stop on tour with Deep Blue Trouble, the sequel to Deep Down Dead by Steph Broadribb, featuring the kick-ass bounty hunter, Lori Anderson….Brilliant series. Highly Recommend!!
Delighted to be bringing you all my review today of Michael Joseph’s ‘knock-out’ debut for 2018, The Chalk Man by CJ Tudor, as my stop on the blog tour. One to watch folks!!
I review a book today that is a little different for me. It is a historical book targeted at the YA market. The Tides Between is written by Elizabeth Jane Corbett and is an insight into emigration in the 1800’s through the eyes of a fifteen-year-old girl.
Today I am thrilled to be kick-starting the tour of It’s Who We Are, the new book from Christine Webber. I have a review for you all today so I hope you enjoy and please do follow the rest of the tour..