‘The Power of Blood…’

Hi everyone, I am on a fantastic blog tour today! I am reviewing Blood on the Stone by Jake Lynch. Blurb March 1681. Oxford is hosting the English Parliament under the ‘merry monarch’, King Charles II. As politicians and their hangers-on converge on the divided city, an MP is found murdered, triggering tensions that threaten…

‘All Eyes Are On You…’

Morning all! I am on another fabulous blog tour today! What an honour to be kicking it off! I am reviewing Eye For Eye by J. K. Franko, Book 1 of the Talion Series! Blurb When I first met Susie, she appeared to be a normal, happily-married woman dealing with tragedy. Then, I uncovered her…

‘The wrong side of history…’

Hey guys, I am on an action-packed blog tour for you today! I’m reviewing Liberation Square by Gareth Rubin, published by Michael Joseph (Penguin Random House). Blurb It’s 1952 and Soviet troops control British streets after winning the Second World War.  After the disastrous failure of D-Day, Britain is occupied by Nazi Germany, and only…

‘Terror beyond the Pale…’

Hi everyone, I’m on a brilliant blog tour today, brought to you by Anne Carter of Random Things Blog Tours. Today I am reviewing The Pale Ones by Bartholomew Bennet, published by Inkandescent. I feel honoured to be kicking off such a fabulous tour! Blurb Pulped fiction just got a whole lot scarier… Few books…

‘It’s the journey, not the destination…’

Hi Everyone! I am super thrilled to be on a wonderful blog tour today brought to you by Anne Carter from Random Things Blog Tours. Today’s review is Pilgrim by Louise Hall. Blurb In Dublin, fourteen-year-old Jen and her father, Charlie, are struggling to cope with the death of their mother/wife. Charlie, in particular, seems…

‘Hungry like the wolf…’

Hi everyone! Today I am on the blog tour for award-winning author Ramsey Campbell’s horror novel, The Hungry Moon. Blurb A town trapped in the grip of spreading evil. Isolated on the moors of northern England, the town of Moonwell has remained faithful to their Druid traditions and kept their old rituals alive. Right-wing evangelist…

‘Sleep… with one eye open…’

Good morning all! I am very pleased to be on the blog tour today for C. L. Taylor’s newest crime thriller, Sleep. Blurb All Anna wants is to be able to sleep. But crushing insomnia, terrifying night terrors and memories of that terrible night are making it impossible. If only she didn’t feel so guilty……

‘Crime can be a slow burn…’

Hi everyone! Happy April! Although today is April Fools Day, what I have for you is no joke! A fantastically dark debut by Carolyn Kirby… Today, I am on a Random Things Blog Tour for The Conviction of Cora Burns. Blurb Set in 1880s Birmingham, Carolyn Kirby’s stunning debut The Conviction of Cora Burns tells…

“The Rhythm to my Heart…’

Hi everyone, I’m on a Random Things blog tour for a wonderfully imaginative book- Heart of Glass by Ivy Ngeow. Blurb Chicago 1980. Li-an Donohue’s luck changes the instant she meets a mysterious Italian businessman in the Drake Hotel. Hearing her play, he offers her a job in Macau on the spot. She’s there in…

‘Waiting In The Shadows…’

Afternoon all, I am very pleased to be on the official blog tour for She Lies in Wait by Gytha Lodge! Blurb On a scorching July night in 1983, a group of teenagers goes camping in the forest. Bright and brilliant, they are destined for great things, and the youngest of the group—Aurora Jackson—is delighted…

‘Cross my heart and hope to Dionysus…’

Hi everyone, I am pleased to be on the blog tour today for Alexandra Turney’s debut book, In Exile. Blurb ‘No one in this city has believed in me for two thousand years. I’m unknown and unloved. And I’m very, very ill.’ He sighed, and the sound chilled her blood. ‘Give me your hand.’ Dionysus,…

‘An Apple A Day Keeps The F**king Doctor Away…’

Hi everyone! I’m on a fantastic blog tour today! I’m reviewing Are You The F**king Doctor? By Dr Liam Farrell. Blurb Family doctor, Irishman, musician, award-winning author, anarchist and recovering morphine addict, Liam became a columnist for the BMJ in 1994. He went on to write for many major publications, winning a series of prestigious…