The Scarlet Dress by Louise Douglas

Thank you to Boldwood Books for a digital copy of The Scarlet Dress to read and review via NetGalley. The book was published in February 2021 and I’m sharing my mini review today. Synopsis: Alice Lang was wearing her favourite scarlet dress when she disappeared twenty-five years ago, and her memory still casts a long… Continue reading The Scarlet Dress by Louise Douglas

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

Fortune Favours The Dead by Stephen Spotswood #publicationday #debutnovel2020

Thank you to Caitlyn Raynor at Wildfire Books (Headline) for this distinctive proof copy of debut novel Fortune Favours the Dead. My thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Fortune Favours the Dead is published today in the UK. Synopsis: Introducing Pentecost and Parker, two unconventional female detectives who couldn’t care less… Continue reading Fortune Favours The Dead by Stephen Spotswood #publicationday #debutnovel2020

The Art Fiasco by Fiona Veitch Smith

Thank you to Fern Lindsey-Tolley at Lion Hudson Limited for inviting me to join the blog tour for The Art Fiasco. I loved the sound of the synopsis, which I’ve listed below. Synopsis: It’s 1924 and Poppy Denby is heading up to Northumberland to celebrate her father’s sixtieth birthday. She stops off in Newcastle en… Continue reading The Art Fiasco by Fiona Veitch Smith

The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman

I’m thrilled to share my full review for this impressive debut novel today. Thank you to Viking Books and Penguin Books UK for a digital review copy via NetGalley – my views are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synopsis: In a peaceful retirement village, four unlikely friends meet up once a week… Continue reading The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman

Eight Detectives by Alex Pavesi

Today I’m thrilled to be sharing my review for this impressive debut novel by Alex Pavesi. Thank you to Michael Joseph at Penguin UK for a digital review copy via NetGalley – my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synopsis: All murder mysteries follow a simple set of rules. Grant McAllister,… Continue reading Eight Detectives by Alex Pavesi