‘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…

‘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…

‘Taken to the point of no return…’

Hi everyone! I am so incredibly excited for this post as today is my official spot on a very exciting blog tour! The Taking of Annie Thorne (known as The Hiding Place in US territories) is the latest mystery thriller by C. J. Tudor, I am so honoured to review it! Blurb Then . ….

‘As free as a caged bird…’

Good morning all, I am on another Random Things blog tour today! And The Swans Began To Sing by Thora Karitas Arnadottir is out January 10th 2019! Blurb Gudbjorg Thorisdottir is born into a happy Icelandic family in 1952, the second child of loving parents and followed by three further siblings. They live upstairs in…

‘A message from the Gods…’

Hi everybody! Another super blog tour for you! Today I am reviewing The Genes of Isis by Justin Newland as part of random things blog tours headed by the wonderful Anne Carter. Blurb The Genes of Isis is a speculative account of the genesis of today’s human race, aka homo sapiens sapiens. Akasha is a…

‘Current Crime Reads!’

Hi everyone! I hope you’re all having a wonderful week so far! I’ve been a busy bee myself, editing photos, writing blog posts, keeping up with my blog’s social media…all sorts! I thought I’d show you my list of crime books ready to review!   Paper Ghosts by Julia Heaberlin   Carl Louis Feldman is…

‘The Hills have lies…’

Hi there! I am delighted to share with you my review of Mark Hill’s new novel, It Was Her, as part of the book’s official blog tour! Blurb Twenty years ago Tatia was adopted into a well-off home, where she seemed happy, settled. Then the youngest boy in the family dies in an accident, and…

‘Seal it with a kiss…’

Hi everyone! I am so excited to be on the official blog tour for Jodi Perry’s new book, Nineteen Letters. Read my full review below! Blurb Braxton Nineteen. There’s something about that number; it not only brought us together, bonding us forever, it also played a hand in tearing us apart. The nineteenth of January…

‘Dive in and make a splash…’

Good morning everybody! I am super excited to be part of the official blog tour for Libby Page’s debut novel, The Lido. Blurb Rosemary has lived in Brixton all her life, but everything she knows is changing. Only the local lido, where she swims every day, remains a constant reminder of the past and her…