My review today is of The Mayfly, the debut novel by James Hazel. We are introduced to a new character in crime fiction, Charlie Priest, with book 2 out next year. One-to-watch folks….
My review today is of ‘The Faithful’, the second novel by author Juliet West, just published by Mantle Books. From the beaches of Sussex to the battlefields of civil war Spain, ‘The Faithful’ is a fabulous book that will steal your heart.
I’m on tour today with my review of Exquisite, the debut novel from Sarah Stovell. Exquisite is described as ‘ a startling original and unbalancing psychological thriller’ and is published by Orenda Books.
My review today is of The Himalayan Summer, a novel by Louise Brown, author of Eden Gardens. Described as heart-wrenching and compelling, it is a book full of very vivid descriptions of the days of the British Raj.
My review today is of the latest in the DS Roy Grace series from Peter James. Need you Dead is the 13th novel in the series and is what I would term a proper and straightforward police procedural. Thoroughly enjoyable read!!
Today I have a review of Dead to Me, the compelling new novel from international best selling author Lesley Pearse. Dead to Me is described as ‘a story about loyalty, love and the strength of friendship in the face of adversity’. A heartwarming novel.
Today I review Lie With Me by Sabine Durrant, a psychological thriller with a rather sinister main character and an interesting twist….
I have a review today of Lion by Saroo Brierley. I had very mixed emotions with this book……
My review today is of a beautiful novel for all fans of historical fiction. The Girl from the Tea Garden is Book 3 in the India Tea Series from author Janet MacLeod Trotter. Travel back to the 1930s, the dying days of the Raj and the outbreak of the Second World War
Today I am on tour with Irish writer Sinéad Crowley and her latest crime procedural One Bad Turn. Just published with Quercus books, this is the third book in the series featuring Sergeant Claire Boyle.