Blurb Everyone’s favorite octogenarian killer is back in this new collection of stories by Swedish crime writer Helene Tursten that is sure to have you in stitches.Eighty-eight-year-old Maud is never looking for trouble, but it always seems to find her. First, a woman in her building met an untimely end: tragic. Then, just recently, a … Continue reading Review: An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed by Helene Tursten
Blurb Private Investigator and former MI6 agent Joe Wilde is hired by Sally Devlin to investigate her son's disappearance. Liam Devlin was a rising football star. His car was found abandoned at Lea Bridge in Hackney, a known suicide spot, six weeks prior. With help from friend and retired MI6 Data Technician Mark Thompson, Joe … Continue reading Review: False Truth by C.D. Steele
Today I'm taking part in a Book Blitz organised by Love Books Tours for Still Water by Amy Stuart, which publishes this week, congratulations Amy! Blurb How do you find the truth in a town full of secrets? When Sally Proulx and her son mysteriously disappear from the stormy town of High River, Clare O’Dey … Continue reading Book Blitz – Still Water by Amy Stuart
Blurb Guilt Is a killer born…. or created? A missing child. A killer on the loose. A past that refuses to die. When a six-year-old boy disappears from a local fair, every parent’s worst nightmare is about to come true. And for Detective Inspector Nicki Hardcastle, twenty-two years after her own nightmare began, the past … Continue reading Cover Reveal: Guilt by Michelle Kidd.
I am honoured to be taking part in the Blog Tour today for When They Find Her by Lia Middleton. Description NAOMI ALWAYS WANTED TO BE A MOTHER.But three years ago, her husband left, taking their child with him. Now, her daughter has come to stay, and Naomi knows it's her one chance to re-build … Continue reading Blog Tour: When They Find Her by Lia Middleton
Wow. If you are looking for a murder mystery thriller that keeps you guessing till the very end this is it! I have been a fan of this author's YA novels and so initially was shocked at some of the language and content (had to remind myself this is a book for adults)! I was … Continue reading Review: Killing Jericho by Will Harker
Read over a weekend, could not get through it fast enough! Incredibly well thought out and written, multiple twists, turns and surprises to keep the suspense high and the pace flowing. Hooked right from the start with the depiction of the murderer. Presenting his narcissism and depraved mindset, alongside a high-intelligence – a set-up for … Continue reading Review: The Art of Death by David Fennell