Today I review the second novel from Irish Writer Cat Hogan. There Was A Crooked Man is the follow on book from They All Fall Down and has just been published by Poolbeg Crimson
Today I review the debut novel from Irish Writer Adele O’ Neill. Brothers & Sisters was just published in July 2017 by Aria Fiction and is described as a ‘gripping and emotive story’.
Today I review Girl Zero, the latest release from A.A. Dhand and Book 2 in the Harry Virdee series set in the murky shadows of Bradford.
Today I join writer FJ Curlew on tour with her latest book Dan Knew. Dan, a stray puppy, was rescued from life on the streets in Ukraine in 2002. This is Dan’s story.
Today is my stop on tour with Elizabeth Buchan and her historical fiction novel The New Mrs Clifton. A compelling read. Check out my review…
Today I have a review of a book I read on behalf of TripFiction. ‘A Week in Paris’ is a novel by Rachel Hore that tells a story of ‘war, secrets, family and enduring love’.
I am delighted to be on tour today with Caimh McDonnell and his latest novel Angels in The Moonlight. This is a stand-alone prequel to The Dublin Trilogy and is published by MFori Ink.
My review for you all today is the gorgeous debut novel, The Last Lost Girl by Irish writer Maria Hoey, recently published by Poolbeg Crimson.
My review today is of Good Friday, the latest in the Jane Tennison series from the ‘Queen of Crime’ herself Lynda La Plante. It’s 1976. The IRA are running a bombing campaign in central London. Jane Tennison is newly qualified and is witness to a catastrophic event…
My review today is The Other Twin, the debut thriller by Lucy V Hay. Just published by Orenda books and described as an ‘up-to-the-minute thriller about the social-media world’