A Fatal Crossing by Tom Hindle

November 1924. The Endeavour sets sail to New York with 2,000 passengers – and a killer – on board . . When an elderly gentleman is found dead at the foot of a staircase, ship’s officer Timothy Birch is ready to declare it a tragic accident. But James Temple, a strong-minded Scotland Yard inspector, is certain there… Continue reading A Fatal Crossing by Tom Hindle

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Ginger and Me by Elissa Soave

Wendy is lonely but coping.All nineteen-year-old Wendy wants is to drive the 255 bus around Uddingston with her regulars on board, remember to buy milk when it runs out and just to be okay. After her mum died, there’s nobody to remind her to eat and what to do each day. And Wendy is ready… Continue reading Ginger and Me by Elissa Soave

#coverreveal The End of Men by Christina Sweeney-Baird

Today I’m thrilled to be sharing my review of the End of Men by debut author, Christina Sweeney-Baird again to celebrate the new paperback edition being published on Thursday 12 May in the UK. Have you read this yet? Synopsis: GLASGOW, 2025.  Dr Amanda Maclean is called to treat a young man with a mild fever.… Continue reading #coverreveal The End of Men by Christina Sweeney-Baird

The Cornish Hideaway by Jennifer Bibby

Thanks to the lovely Books and the City team at Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read and review this debut novel, published last month. I’m sharing a mini review today. Synopsis: All Freya has ever wanted to do is paint. So when she fails her Master’s Degree in Art, on the same day… Continue reading The Cornish Hideaway by Jennifer Bibby

Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus

Thank you to Alison Barrow of Doubleday for the opportunity to read and review an early copy of this debut novel. The book will be published in hardback today in the UK and Waterstones have a special edition available. I’m sharing a mini review today. Synopsis: our ability to change everything – including yourself –… Continue reading Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus

A Moment on the Lips by J Taylor

Thank you to Anne Cater of Random Things Tours for the invitation to join the blog tour, and to J Taylor for a copy of the book (and some Lindt chocolate). My thoughts are my own and not influenced by the chocolate. Synopsis: From debut and self published author, J Taylor, comes a hilarious, heartfelt… Continue reading A Moment on the Lips by J Taylor

A Fatal Crossing by Tom Hindle

Thank you to Sarah Harwood of HarwoodPR.Com for this beautiful proof copy of debut novel A Fatal Crossing by Tom Hindle, published by Century, part of Penguin Random House to read and review. I’m sharing my non spoiler thoughts today. Synopsis: November 1924. The Endeavour sets sail to New York with 2,000 passengers – and a killer… Continue reading A Fatal Crossing by Tom Hindle

The End of Men by Christina Sweeney-Baird

Today I’m thrilled to be sharing my review of the End of Men by debut author, Christina Sweeney-Baird. Thank you to Borough Press for a gifted copy and to Tandem Collective for inviting me to join in with the read-a-long this week. Synopsis: GLASGOW, 2025.  Dr Amanda Maclean is called to treat a young man with… Continue reading The End of Men by Christina Sweeney-Baird

The Other Daughter by Caroline Bishop

Thanks to Anne at Random Things Tours for the invitation to join the blog tour for this fascinating debut novel. Thank you to Harriett Collins at Simon and Schuster for the beautiful proof copy with yellow edges to read to prepare for the tour. Synopsis: When it finally arrived I was shocked to see it;… Continue reading The Other Daughter by Caroline Bishop