Blurb Born with a red mark emblazoned across her face, seventeen-year-old Madge is lonely as she spends her days serving guests and cleaning rooms in the inn her father keeps. One day, she meets an unusual minstrel in the marketplace. Moved by the beauty of his song and the odd shape of his body, she … Continue reading Blog Tour Review: With Face Aflame by A.E. Walnofer
This is a very special review for a very special book. Cecily is a fantastic novel by Annie Garthwaite, based on an amazing woman that I am so proud to be able to call my 18 x great-grandmother! Thank you so much to Olivia at Penguin Random House for sending me an arc. Thank you … Continue reading Review – Cecily by Annie Garthwaite.
Blurb Two people. Infinite lifetimes. One impossible choice.Thora and Santi are strangers in a foreign city when a chance encounter intertwines their fates. At once, they recognize in each other a kindred spirit—someone who shares their insatiable curiosity, who is longing for more in life than the cards they’ve been dealt. Only days later, though, … Continue reading Review: Meet Me in Another Life by Catriona Silvey.
Blurb Marry in haste . . . Murder at leisure?London, 1888: Susannah rushes into marriage to a young and wealthy surgeon. After a passionate honeymoon, she returns home with her new husband wrapped around her little finger. But then everything changes.Thomas's behavior becomes increasingly volatile and violent. He stays out all night, returning home bloodied … Continue reading Review: People of Abandoned Character by Clare Whitfield.
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