Hi all: I had this book on my list for a while and when I read it I realised it can fit in a category of books that seem to have become more and more popular recently. Those who read my blog regularly might remember our discussion about it (waving at you, Debby!). Saigon Dark by Elka Ray
Hi all: Today I bring you a book by a popular author I hadn’t read yet. The Fear: The sensational new thriller from the Sunday Times bestseller, now in a brand new look for 2018 by C.L. Taylor ‘Claustrophobic and compelling’ KARIN SLAUGHTER ‘A rollercoaster with multiple twists’ DAILY MAIL ’A million dollar new story from
Hi all: I read this book a little while back but I waited until it was published (it was due for publication on the 11th January 2018, so I hope it’s now available) to share it, so you wouldn’t have to wait to read it if you felt as intrigued by it as I was.
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: As you know, apart from my own reading and the books that authors kindly offer me for review, I review for some groups. Today I bring you one of the books I’ve reviewed for Rosie’s Book Review Team. If you’re a reviewer, I recommend you check her out as she always gets fantastic
Hi all: Today a British thriller that doesn’t take place in one of the big cities, but funnily enough it’s in an area where I spent some time working, a wonderful part of the country, and I love Durham Cathedral… The Taken. DI Erica Martin Book 2 by Alice Clark-Platts. Penguin UK – Michael Joseph Description
Hi all: I’m back in the UK and I’m trying to catch up with quite a few things (not only around the house, car, etc, but also writing and translating) while I’m here, so I’m planning on taking the chance to revisit some posts that I want to share on my new blog. But I
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