Review: Truly Darkly Deeply by Victoria Selman

Book release date: 7 July 2022 Book blurb: Twelve-year-old Sophie and her mother, Amelia-Rose, move to London from Massachusetts where they meet the charismatic Matty Melgren, who quickly becomes an intrinsic part of their lives. But as the relationship between the two adults fractures, a serial killer begins targeting young women with a striking resemblanceContinue reading “Review: Truly Darkly Deeply by Victoria Selman”

Review: Listen to Me by Tess Gerritsen

Book release date: 7 July 2022 Book blurb: The murder of Sofia Suarez is both gruesome and seemingly senseless. Why would anyone target a respected nurse who was well-liked by her friends and her neighbours? As Detective Jane Rizzoli and Forensic Pathologist Maura Isles investigate the baffling case, they discover that Sofia was guarding aContinue reading “Review: Listen to Me by Tess Gerritsen”

Review: Bad Things Happen Here by Rebecca Barrow

Book release date: 28 June 2022 Book blurb: Paradise can be deadly … Luca Laine Thomas lives in Parris, a beautiful island plagued by the unsolved deaths of young women – most significantly, Luca’s best friend. All Luca wants is to heal from the traumatic loss and leave her feelings of guilt and helplessness behind.Continue reading “Review: Bad Things Happen Here by Rebecca Barrow”

Review: The Murder Book by Mark Billingham

Book release date: 9 June 2022 Book blurb: Tom Thorne has it all. In Nicola Tanner and Phil Hendricks, Thorne has good friends by his side. He finally has a love life worth a damn and is happy in the job to which he has devoted his life… He has everything to lose. Hunting theContinue reading “Review: The Murder Book by Mark Billingham”

Review: Girl, Forgotten by Karin Slaughter

Book release date: 23 June 2022 Book blurb: A girl with a secret… Longbill Beach, 1982. Emily Vaughn gets ready for prom night, the highlight of any high school experience. But Emily has a secret. And by the end of the evening, she will be dead. A murder that remains a mystery… Forty years later,Continue reading “Review: Girl, Forgotten by Karin Slaughter”

Review: Humour, Seriously by Jennifer Aaker and Naomi Bagdonas

Book release date: 8 October 2020 Book blurb: When was the last time you really laughed? When we laugh, our brains release a cocktail of hormones that make us feel happier (dopamine), more trusting (oxytocin), less stressed (lowered cortisol), and even slightly euphoric (endorphins). Laughter produces protective hormones, regulates blood pressure, reduces the effects ofContinue reading “Review: Humour, Seriously by Jennifer Aaker and Naomi Bagdonas”

Review: Locke & Key: The Golden Age by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez

Book release date: 26 April 2022 Book blurb: Take a trip through the past and unlock moments from Keyhouse’s long history that expand the saga of the Locke family in this collection of stories including the crossover with Neil Gaiman’s Sandman Universe! Contains three prequel short stories, “Small World,” “Open the Moon,” and, collected forContinue reading “Review: Locke & Key: The Golden Age by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez”

Review: One of the Girls by Lucy Clarke

Book release date: 26 May 2022 Book blurb: We were dying for a holiday . . . The six of us arrived on that beautiful Greek island dreaming of sun-drenched beaches and blood orange sunsets, ready to lose ourselves in the wild freedom of a weekend away with friends. On the first night we swamContinue reading “Review: One of the Girls by Lucy Clarke”

Review: Blood of Dragons by Robin Hobb

Book release date: 14 March 2013 Book blurb: Dragons will fly over Kelsingra once more… Attacked by hunters, Tintaglia is dying of her wounds. If she perishes, her ancestral memories will die with her and the dragons in the ancient city of Kelsingra will lose the secret knowledge they need to survive. The dragon keepersContinue reading “Review: Blood of Dragons by Robin Hobb”

Review: City of Dragons by Robin Hobb

Book release date: 7 February 2012 Book blurb: Once, dragons ruled the Rain Wilds, tended by privileged human servants known as Elderlings. But a series of cataclysmic eruptions nearly drove these magnificent creatures to extinction. Born weak and deformed, the last of their kind had one hope for survival: to return to their ancient cityContinue reading “Review: City of Dragons by Robin Hobb”

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