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    The Tail of Mum, Dad And A Dog Called Rupert

    Rupert the rescue dog has a happy life in London with his owners, Mum and Dad, until, suddenly on an otherwise ordinary morning, his dad disappears.  Try as he might, Rupert just doesn’t understand where Dad has gone, or why. An endearing story of love and loss told through the eyes of a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, with characterful illustrations helping to bring his world to life. Our Author – Helen Moorish After the sudden death of her husband, realizing with a jolt that life really was too short, Helen Morrish left her job as an art director to pursue a long-held dream of becoming an artist. To help her through…

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    The Loyal Friend – A.A Chaudhuri

    My thanks (and desperate apologies for posting late) to Danielle Price for inviting me to join the blog tour for The Loyal Friend by A.A. Chaudhuri published by Hera Books. She has your back. And may stab you in it. Wealthy, pampered Susan is living the perfect life in leafy Kingston. She’ll never let anyone see the darkness she’s concealing behind the diamonds and rosé. Grace is new to the group, seemingly the perfect wife and mum. Yet no one knows the truth of what’s happening behind closed doors. Loner Natalie hides the pain of her childhood behind a carefully ordered life. But how long can the past stay hidden?…

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    Bad For Good – Graham Bartlett

    My thanks to Helen Richardson for asking me to be part of the blog tour for Bad For Good by Graham Barlett. Published by Allison & Busby. Our Author – Graham Bartlett Graham Bartlett is the former Chief Superintendent of Brighton and Hove Police, and advisor to some of the world’s bestselling crime authors. His explosive debut novel Bad for Goodis utterly gripping and marks the start of an incendiary new series set in Brighton, centring on a murky world of vigilantes and corruption. Graham Bartlett was a police officer for thirty years and is now a bestselling writer.He rose to become chiefsuperintendent of the Brighton and Hove force as well as its…

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    Magical Rescue Vets – Blaze The Phoenix – Book 3

    My thanks to Anne Cater of Random Things Tours for asking Nell (and I) to be part of this blog tour for Magical Rescue Pets – Blaze The Phoenix. Magical Rescue Pets – Blaze The Phoenix by Melody Lockhart, published by Arcturus Publishing Limited. The Magical Rescue Vets series is perfect for young animal lovers who will adore the magical creatures in each story. With funny and relatable characters, this series teaches readers valuable lessons about friendship, bravery and growing up. Combining enchanting fantasy and high-energy adventure, it will appeal to fans of Zoe’s Rescue Zoo and Unicorn Academy. Morgan Huff’s heart-warming illustrations bring the adorable magical creatures to life.…

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    Vlad And The Roman Triumph

    Thank you Anne Cater of Random Things Tours for allowing Nell, aged 9 to read and review Vlad And The Roman Triumph by Kate and Sam Cunningham. Published by Reading Riddle. Vlad flea has been brought from Egypt by Cleopatra’s children. He is meant to be taking part in a Triumph for the Emperor Augustus, but gets lost in the streets of Rome, where he sees what life is like in his new home. Vlad flea is back with another history adventure. Join him and his friend, Felix the cat, as they explore ancient Rome. They are meant to be part of the Emperor’s Triumph, but become lost in their new…

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    Guilty Women – Melanie Blake

    I’d like to express my thanks to Anne Cater for inviting me to join the blog tour for this book – Guilty Women by Melanie Blake published by Harper Collins on 28th April. Can they get away with murder? On a beautiful island off the English coast, four TV actresses gather.Their fifth member is missing – and only they know why she was killed.As the secret between them threatens to come out, tensions on set run high.The women are determined that the show must go on – no matter what it costs.But one of them is on the edge of telling the truth – and no show in the world…

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    The Rabbit Factor – Antti Tuomainen

    Thanks to Anne Cater for organising, as always for Orenda Books. A blog tour for The Rabbit Factor by Antti Tuomainen. What makes life perfect? Insurance mathematician Henri Koskinen knows the answer because he calculates everything down to the very last decimal.And then, for the first time, Henri is faced with the incalculable. After suddenly losing his job, Henri inherits an adventure park from his brother – its peculiar employees and troubling financial problems included. The worst of the financial issues appear to originate from big loans taken from criminal quarters … and some dangerous men are very keen to get their money back.But what Henri really can’t compute is…

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    Mrs England – Stacey Halls

    My thanks to Justine Sha, of Harper Collins for inviting me to be part of this blog tour for Mrs England published by Manilla Press, Mira. Simmering with slow-burning menace, Mrs. England is a portrait of an Edwardian marriage, an enthralling tale of men and women, power and control, courage, truth and the very darkest deception. West Yorkshire, 1904. When recently graduated Ruby May takes a nanny position looking after the children of Charles and Lilian England, a wealthy couple from a powerful dynasty of mill owners, she hopes it will be the fresh start she needs. But as she adapts to life at the isolated Hardcastle House, it becomes…

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    Life Sentence – A.K. Turner

    My thanks to Tracy Fenton for inviting me to be part of the blog tour for Life Sentence by A.K Turner. Published by Zaffre Books. Mortuary technician Cassie Raven believes the last thoughts of the dead linger like static in the air…   Cassie has always had a strange affinity with death, ever since her parents were killed in a car crash when she was four. At least that’s what she grew up believing…   But that was a lie. Cassie’s father is alive. He was convicted of murdering her mother and spent years behind bars. Now he’s out – and he’s looking for her.   He swears he didn’t…

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    It Ends At Midnight – Harriet Tyce

    My thanks to Rosie Margesson for my copy of It Ends At Midnight by Harriet Tyce. Published by Wildfire Books an imprint of Headline Books on 14th April 2022. Set between two decades, the 80’s where Sylvie moves schools and has to forge new friendships as a teen, this is hard enough but when Tess takes her under her wing, Sylvie is catapulted into the ‘popular girls’ crowd and life choices need making. And the present day, where Sylvie and Tess are still friends, but life gets in the way. Sylvie is a solicitor, and good at it. Not only does she enjoy her job, she thrives on it. Wanting…