The Hunting Season by Tom Benjamin

Thank you to Anne Cater of Random Things Tours for the invitation to read and review. Thank you to Little Brown Book Group / Constable for a copy of the book to read and review. This is the first time I’ve read a Tom Benjamin novel. Synopsis: It’s truffle season and in the hills around… Continue reading The Hunting Season by Tom Benjamin

January 2021 round up

With the UK locked down again as we try to reduce the spread of Covid 19, I’ve had more reading time on the weekends and my midweek day off (I decided to have a midweek day off to enable me to do my essential food shopping when it is quieter). I’ve finished 18 books this… Continue reading January 2021 round up

Hermit by S R White

I’m pleased to be sharing my 5 star review for Hermit by S.R. White on the final day of the blog tour organised by Emily Patience at Headline Publishing Group. This debut novel was published last week in the UK. Thank you to Headline for a proof copy – my thoughts are my own and… Continue reading Hermit by S R White

The Cutting Place by Jane Casey

Today I’m sharing my review for The Cutting Place by Jane Casey again, having originally shared this back in April 2020, to show the newly published paperback cover. Synopsis: Everyone’s heard the rumours about elite gentlemen’s clubs, where the champagne flows freely, the parties are the height of decadence . . . and the secrets are darker… Continue reading The Cutting Place by Jane Casey

The Dentist by Tim Sullivan

I’m pleased to be joining the blog tour for the debut novel, The Dentist by Tim Sullivan, organised by Emma of damppebbles.com today. This book is currently free as a ebook on the Kindle. Synopsis: A homeless man. Violently strangled. No leads. Except his past. An outsider himself, DS George Cross is drawn to this… Continue reading The Dentist by Tim Sullivan

Not the Deaths Imagined by Anne Pettigrew

I’m pleased to be sharing my review for Not the Deaths Imagined by Anne Pettigrew today to kick off the blog tour organised by Emma at damppebbles for Ringwood Publishing. Thank you to the publisher for my digital review copy – my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. This is the… Continue reading Not the Deaths Imagined by Anne Pettigrew

Fifty Fifty by Steve Cavanagh

Today I’m thrilled to be sharing my no spoiler review for the latest book by Steve Cavanagh, published on 3rd September 2020 and now a Richard and Judy BookClub pick. Thank you to Orion Publishing for a digital review copy via NetGalley – my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synopsis:… Continue reading Fifty Fifty by Steve Cavanagh

The Blitz Detective by Mike Hollow

I’m pleased to share my review for The Blitz Detective by Mike Hollow, published by Allison and Busby last week. Thank you to the publisher for a digital review copy via NetGalley – my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. This book was published previously as Direct Hit (The Blitz Detective).… Continue reading The Blitz Detective by Mike Hollow

Lockdown by Peter May #Spoilers

Thank you to Quercus Books for the digital review copy of Lockdown back in April 2020. Apologies for the delay in reading and reviewing my first read of a Peter May book. My thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synposis: Written over fifteen years ago, this prescient, suspenseful thriller is set… Continue reading Lockdown by Peter May #Spoilers

The Weight of Small Things by Julie Lancaster

Synopsis Nine-year-old Frankie Appleton likes to count gates. One day she hopes to design the perfect gate – a gate to keep the bad things out. Little does she know that the bad things have already got in. Now her mother is dead, and the only other person with a house key has disappeared. Frankie… Continue reading The Weight of Small Things by Julie Lancaster