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.
Description This is the tale of a devastating pandemic, of lives cut painfully short – it’s also a love story.Derek, a distinguished designer, and J, a pioneering entrepreneur and creator of Heaven, the iconic gay dance club, met and fell in love more than 40 years ago.In the early 1980s their friends began to get … Continue reading Review: Living and Loving in the Age of Aids: A Memoir by Derek Frost
As a school librarian, I thought I would share my school library wishlist with you. All books shown have been added in January 2021 to my wishlist and will be purchased in the coming months (as funds allow). Many of these have been added due to reading e-arcs on Netgalley, others through recommendations, or ones … Continue reading School Library Wishlist: Books Added Jan 2021
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
There are three books out this month that have all given me the WOW factor. I have been lucky enough to read the e-arcs on Netgalley and review them all, so I wanted to share a special highlight post to give them the attention they deserve! Discover what it means to be a young transgender … Continue reading February Recommendations!