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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Meredith Alone by Claire Alexander

Meredith Maggs hasn’t left her house in 1,214 days. But she insists she isn’t alone. She has her cat, Fred. Her friend Sadie visits when she can. There’s her online support group, StrengthInNumbers. She has her jigsaws, favourite recipes, her beloved Emily Dickinson, the internet, the Tesco delivery man and her treacherous memories for company. But… Continue reading Meredith Alone by Claire Alexander

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

It Must Be Love by Caroline Khoury

Today I’m pleased to be sharing my thoughts about It Must be Love by Caroline Khoury, published by Arrow Books. Thank you to Sarah Harwood (Book Publicist) for a proof copy of this romantic debut novel to read and review. Synopsis: Fourteen days together. Fifteen years apart.Their love story isn’t over yet…When Abbie met Oz they… Continue reading It Must Be Love by Caroline Khoury

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