Hi all: I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and you’re enjoying Boxing Day and the holiday season. As I know sometimes we fancy something non-Christmassy and we like to have a break, I thought I’d bring you the review of a book that is not precisely seasonal. But it’s a great read. Jonah by Carl Rackman
Hi all: Today I bring you the review of a novel that once again I’ve discovered thanks to Rosie’s Book Review Team, and I must say I will be watching this author very closely in the future. In Wolves’ Clothing by Greg Levin On his best days, Zero Slade is the worst man you can imagine.
Hi all: I read this novel a few weeks back but I decided to wait until it became available to share the review. It is doing quite well, so… The Fourth Monkey: A twisted thriller – perfect edge-of-your-seat summer reading by J.D. Barker Brilliant. Complicated. Psychopath. That’s the Four Monkey Killer or ‘4MK’. A murderer with
Hi all: Yes, you’ve guessed it. More book reviews. We’re getting there, although I keep reading, so it’s a bit of a catch-up. I recently came into contact with OnlineBookClub through a blog post and I’m intrigued (not that I need more books although one never knows what one might find out). I liked the sound
Hi all: Today I bring you… surprise, surprise, a thriller. This one has made it quite big, especially in the UK. I couldn’t find it in Kindle version in the US, but I suspect it’s a matter of time only… Good Me Bad Me by Ali Land ONE OF THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY, CONTROVERSIAL AND EXPLOSIVE
Hi all: Another day, another review. For some reason we’re a bit heavy on thrillers this week, although tomorrow’s book is very different and Friday’s is a non-fiction book so, there’s hope if you’re not thriller lovers. Let the Dead Speak: A Maeve Kerrigan crime thriller (Maeve Kerrigan, Book 7) by Jane Casey ‘A tremendous sense of
Hi all: I keep trying to share the reviews I haven’t brought you yet, hoping that when I’ve caught up I’ll share them as I read. Let’s see. Today it’s a pretty special one, funnily by an Argentinian author whom I happened to read in translation first. Oh well… Kill the Next One by Federico Axat (Author), David Frye (Translator).
Hi all: We end the week with another thriller. I’ve realised that I read a lot of them (perhaps because I write them too) but this week you can count yourself lucky as there aren’t many. Unless you like them, of course. But this one is well-worth a look. Or a read. Her Last Breath:
Hi all: Today a book that when I read the description I could not resist. Medea’s Curse by Anne Buist Legend Press Mystery & Thrillers, General Fiction (Adult) Description Shortlisted for two Davitt Awards – Best Adult and Best Debut ‘A plot-twisting page-turner… I was completely gripped’ — Emma Healey, author of Elizabeth is Missing ‘A thrilling read
Hi all: Today I bring you a review of a novel that’s quite a puzzle. It’s definitely not for everybody but I don’t think many people will read it and feel indifferent about it. I am hoping to read the ARC of the next novel of the author soon, so as you’ll guess, I’m more