Review: The Great Silence by Doug Johnstone

Book release date: 19 August 2021 Book blurb: Keeping on top of the family funeral directors’ and private-investigation businesses is no easy task for the Skelf women, and when matriarch Dorothy discovers a human foot while walking the dog, a perplexing case presents itself … with potentially deadly results. Daughter Jenny and grand-daughter Hannah haveContinue reading “Review: The Great Silence by Doug Johnstone”

Review: One Step Too Far by Lisa Gardner

Book release date: 20 January 2022 Book blurb: A young man disappears during a stag weekend in the woods. Years later, he’s still missing. But his friends who were with him that day are still searching for him. Still hunting for answers. They hike deep into the wilderness. With them is missing person specialist FrankieContinue reading “Review: One Step Too Far by Lisa Gardner”

Review: The Big Chill by Doug Johnstone

Book release date: 20 August 2020 Book blurb: Haunted by their past, the Skelf women are hoping for a quieter life. But running both a funeral directors’ and a private investigation business means trouble is never far away, and when a car crashes into the open grave at a funeral that matriarch Dorothy is conducting,Continue reading “Review: The Big Chill by Doug Johnstone”

Review: The Killing Song by Lesley McEvoy

Book release date: 2 December 2021 (ebook), 12 May 2022 (paperback) Book blurb: On a busy train station platform, a man pulls a knife and viciously attacks another passenger before fleeing – apparently unaware of what he has just done. To the police, it looks like a terrorist attack. But Forensic Psychologist Dr Jo McCreadyContinue reading “Review: The Killing Song by Lesley McEvoy”

Review: The Murder Mile by Lesley McEvoy

Book release date: 11 March 2021 (ebook), 20 December 2021 (paperback) Book blurb: Forensic Psychologist Jo McCready was the last person to see her patient, Martha Scott, alive. During their final session, Jo unearthed a chilling alternate personality claiming to be the reincarnation of Jack the Ripper. Shortly after, Martha is murdered. But if ‘Jack’Continue reading “Review: The Murder Mile by Lesley McEvoy”

Review: Before & Laughter by Jimmy Carr

Book release date: 30 September 2021 Book blurb: Cheaper than Scientology, quicker than therapy and much less boring than church – this is the hugely funny and insightful book about happiness by top comedian Jimmy Carr, and anyone feeling stuck in a rut should devour it. In his mid-twenties, Jimmy was bored, boring, unfulfilled andContinue reading “Review: Before & Laughter by Jimmy Carr”

Review: The Midwife’s Secret by Emily Gunnis

Book release date: 28 October 2021 Book blurb: She shone the torch around and spotted some names written on the wall: Clara, Sara, Megan. Who were these girls and what had they been doing in there? She clicked open the old trunk and pulled out a leather-bound book, opening it on the first page: ‘TessaContinue reading “Review: The Midwife’s Secret by Emily Gunnis”

Review: Billy Summers by Stephen King

Book release date: 3 August 2021 Book blurb: Billy Summers is a man in a room with a gun. He’s a killer for hire and the best in the business. But he’ll do the job only if the target is a truly bad guy. And now Billy wants out. But first there is one lastContinue reading “Review: Billy Summers by Stephen King”

Review: Femlandia by Christina Dalcher

Book release date: 19 October 2021 (ebook); 28 October 2021 (hardback) Book blurb: Miranda Reynolds has lost her home, her job and her husband – all thanks to an economic collapse that has brought America to its knees. The shops are empty; the streets no longer safe. Miranda and her daughter Emma have nowhere leftContinue reading “Review: Femlandia by Christina Dalcher”

Review: Dark and Shallow Lies by Ginny Myers Sain

Book release date: 2 September 2021 Book blurb: When seventeen-year-old Grey makes her annual visit to La Cachette, Louisiana – the tiny bayou town that proclaims to be the “Psychic Capital of the World” – she knows it will be different from past years: her childhood best friend Elora went missing several months earlier andContinue reading “Review: Dark and Shallow Lies by Ginny Myers Sain”

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