• Blog Tour Read,  Crime,  Latest Reads,  Thriller

    All Fall Down –

    My thanks to Tracy Fenton of Compulsive Readers, for inviting me to read for this blog tour. All Fall Down by MJ Arlidge, published by Orion on 11th one 2020. “You have one hour to live.” Those are the only words on the phone call. Then they hang up. Surely, a prank? A mistake? A wrong number? Anything but the chilling truth… That someone is watching, waiting, working to take your life in one hour. But why? The job of finding out falls to DI Helen Grace: a woman with a track record in hunting killers. However, this is A case where the killer seems to always be one step…

  • Blog Tour Read,  Crime,  Latest Reads

    The Curator – M.W. Craven Blog Tour Read

    Yes, its that time again, another year has passed already. Launch time for book three – I would very much like to extend my gratitude to M.W. Craven, for providing us all with this beautifully gripping series – Washington Poe and Tilly Bradshaw are the discernable duo behind The Curator – brawn and brains have never before worked together so well, wreaking justifiable havoc to ensure integrity is served. I would also like to thank Beth Wright, of Constable, an imprint of Little, Brown Book Group, for inviting me to be part of this blog tour. M.W. Craven won the 2019 CWA Gold Dagger A serial killer is leaving displayed…

  • Blog Tour Read,  Crime,  Latest Reads,  Thriller

    Bitter Wash Road – Garry Disher – Blog tour read

    My thanks to Viper Books for allowing me to join this blog tour for Bitter Wash Road by Garry Disher published by Viper Books. ONE DEAD-END POSTING. ONE DEAD BODY.A TRAGIC ACCIDENT? THAT’S WHAT THEY WANT YOU TO THINK… Constable Paul ‘Hirsch’ Hirschhausen is a whistle-blower. Formerly a promising metropolitan detective, now hated and despised, he’s been exiled to a one-cop station in South Australia’s wheatbelt. So when he heads up Bitter Wash Road to investigate gunfire and finds himself cut off without backup, there are two possibilities. Either he’s found the fugitive killers thought to be in the area. Or his ‘backup’ is about to put a bullet in…

  • Blog Tour Read,  Crime,  Latest Reads,  Thriller

    Black River – Will Dean – Blog Tour Read – 25/3/2020

    My huge thanks to Anne Cater, for inviting me to join this amazing blog tour for the third of Will Dean’s books – Black River, published by Point Blank. FEAR Tuva has been living clean in southern Sweden for four months when she receives horrifying news. Her best friend Tammy has gone missing. SECRETS Racing back to Gavrik at the height of Midsommar, Tuva fears for Tammy’s life. Who has taken her, and why? And who is sabotaging the small-town search efforts? LIES Surrounded by dark pine forest, the sinister residents of Snake River are suspicious of outsiders. Unfortunately, they also hold all the answers. On the shortest night of the…

  • Blog Tour Read,  Crime,  Latest Reads,  Thriller

    Deep Dark Night – Steph Broadribb – Blog Tour Review

    My great thanks to Anne Cater, for inviting me to read Deep Dark Night, the fourth book in Steph Broadribb’s Lori Anderson series. Published by Orenda Books. The fourth book in the award-winning Lori Anderson series, Deep Dark Night sees daring bounty hunter and single mother Lori Anderson journey from Florida to Chicago to take down a notorious crime family. Published to coincide with International Women’s Month, it will see the full series rebranded a fresh, contemporary new look. Working off the books for FBI Special Agent Alex Monroe, Florida bounty hunter Lori Anderson and her partner, JT, head to Chicago. Their mission: to entrap the head of the Cabressa crime family.…

  • Book Signings,  Crime,  Latest Reads,  Literary festivals,  Thriller

    The Recovery of Rose Gold – Stephanie Wrobel

    So I got my copy of the highly anticipated The Recovery of Rose Gold from the Michael Joseph (An imprint of Penguin) debut Party – at Henley Literary Festival. When I say I got it, I did go and get it, what I didn’t manage to do was actually be on board The Hibernian when it set sail. I was not alone in this error – when it sailed back into view from its journey along the Thames, with Stephanie Wrobel and Hope Adams, author of Conviction aboard – we that missed it setting sail, did manage to board the boat and collect our copies of Rose Gold and get…

  • Blog Tour Read,  Crime,  Latest Reads,  Thriller

    Death Deserved – Thomas Enger and Jorn Lier Horst – blogtour read 27/2/2020

    My thanks to Anne Cater, for including me in this blog tour – and what a book this is. Death Deserved is like a truly unstoppable force, Horst and Enger make an incredible pairing and have written an outstanding piece of crime thriller, published of course, by Orenda Books, a leader of translated works of this field. The Blurb – Death Deserved Oslo, 2018. Former long-distance runner Sonja Nordstrømnever shows at the launch of her controversial autobiography, Always Number One. When celebrity blogger Emma Ramm visits Nordstrøm’s home later that day, she finds the door unlocked and signs of a struggle inside. A bib with the number ‘one’ has been…

  • Blog Tour Read,  Crime,  Latest Reads,  Thriller

    A Wash of Black – Chris MacDonald – Blog Tour Read

    Many thanks to Dylan of Red Dog Press for asking me to join this blogtour – for A Wash Of Black – a debut book from Chris McDonald. IT’S NOT LIFE THAT IMITATES ART. IT’S DEATH. Anna Symons. Famous. Talented. Dead. The body of a famous actress is found mutilated on an ice rink in Manchester, recreating a scene from a blockbuster film she starred in years ago. DI Erika Piper, having only recently returned to work after suffering a near-fatal attack herself, finds she must once again prove her worth as the hunt for the media-dubbed ‘Blood Ice Killer’ intensifies. But when another body is found and, this time, the killer issues…

  • Blog Tour Read,  Crime,  Latest Reads,  Thriller

    The Home – Sarah Stovell

    My thanks to Anne Cater, who again has organised a month-long blog tour for what has been for me, a roller coaster of a read. The Home is a beautifully written, poignant and emotional book. That brings to the fore several subject matters that surround us daily, yet that we barely acknowledge. Mental illness, neglect, fostering, and care homes, deprivation and the modern levels of social acceptability. A moving, gripping story … twists keep coming till the very last page. I loved it’ Erin Kelly  When the body of pregnant, fifteen-year-old Hope Lacey is discovered in a churchyard on Christmas morning, the community is shocked, but unsurprised. For Hope lived…

  • Blog Tour Read,  Crime,  Thriller

    The Other You – J.S. Monroe

    My thanks to Amber Choudhary at Midas Public Relations for the invitation to read for this blog tour for the psychological thriller The Other You by J.S. Monroe which will be published on 9 January by Head of Zeus. Kate used to be good at recognising people. So good, she worked for the police as a Super Recogniser, identifying criminals in crowds of thousands. But six months ago, a devastating car accident led to a brain injury. Now the woman who never forgot a face can barely recognise herself in the mirror.  At least she has Rob. Kate met him just after her accident, and he nursed her back to…