Murder in Chianti by T. A. Williams

Murder in broad daylight… When millionaire magnate, Rex Hunter is found with his head bashed in on the eighth hole of his prestigious golf and country club in beautiful Chianti, it’s a clear case of murder. Hunter was rich and successful and the envy of many, so retired DCI Dan Armstrong thinks the case will… Continue reading Murder in Chianti by T. A. Williams

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A Mother’s Heart by Carmel Harrington

How far would you go to protect your family? Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand While Rachel Butler likes her life in a pretty Dublin coastal village, her heart lies in Hawke’s Bay, where she grew up. Visiting for the first time since tragedy tore her family apart, she and her stepchildren fall for its beauty and… Continue reading A Mother’s Heart by Carmel Harrington

A Village Fete Murder by Katie Gayle

Julia Bird can’t wait to attend the annual village party at the local stately home, with its tea tents, cake stalls, and… dead body in the maze? The annual village celebration at Berrywick House is underway, complete with over-decorated cake stalls, fiercely contested flower competitions, and even a maze for the disappointed losers to hide… Continue reading A Village Fete Murder by Katie Gayle

The House That Made Us by Alice Cavanagh

The House That Made Us is a love story – and a life story – told through a series of photographs and based on a true story When Mac and Marie marry and find a home of their own, Mac takes a snap of themselves outside their newbuild bungalow, the garden bare and the paint on the… Continue reading The House That Made Us by Alice Cavanagh

Promise Me by Jill Mansell

One minute Lou is happily employed, with a perfect flat. The next, her home and job have gone. Suddenly she has to start over. The last thing Lou wants is to move to a tiny Cotswolds village. She certainly doesn’t intend to work for curmudgeonly eighty-year-old Edgar Allsopp. But Edgar is about to make her… Continue reading Promise Me by Jill Mansell

Six Days by Dani Atkins

Two people. One love story. Six days. He loves me… He loves me not… He loves me… Gemma knows that she and Finn are destined to be together. They are soulmates. But then, on their wedding day, he doesn’t show up at the church. Gemma is convinced Finn would never abandon her like this, even… Continue reading Six Days by Dani Atkins

Becoming Ted by Matt Cain

A charming, joyful and surprising story about love, friendship and learning to be true to yourself, Becoming Ted will steal your heart. Ted Ainsworth has always worked at his family’s ice-cream business in the quiet Lancashire town of St Luke’s-on-Sea.  But the truth is, he’s never wanted to work for the family firm – he doesn’t even… Continue reading Becoming Ted by Matt Cain

Miss Aldridge Regrets by Louise Hare

Thank you to HQ Stories for the opportunity to read and review Miss Aldrige Regrets – I’m sharing my review again to celebrate the paperback publication day. Synopsis: London, 1936 Lena Aldridge is wondering if life has passed her by. The dazzling theatre career she hoped for hasn’t worked out. Instead, she’s stuck singing in… Continue reading Miss Aldridge Regrets by Louise Hare

Tiding by Siân Collins

December 1962. Eleanor O’Dowd, a middle-aged piano teacher, is found stabbed and bludgeoned to death. As the Great Freeze of 1963 takes hold, local vicar’s daughter Daphne Morgan finds herself forced to navigate the confusing currents of the adult world, where she must face up to her own crimes and what she knows about the murder. A novel about… Continue reading Tiding by Siân Collins

The Hotel on the Riviera by Carol Kirkwood

Heiress Ariana Theodosis wanted everything that Hollywood had to offer, took it all, and is now paying the price. When she inherits a hotel on the beautiful French Riviera, she hopes it’s a chance to start again. Elizabeth and Robert Chappell were Hollywood’s fiery English golden couple. Their legendary breakups and passionate make-ups were tabloid… Continue reading The Hotel on the Riviera by Carol Kirkwood