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: The Long Weekend by Gilly Macmillan

Book release date: 3 February 2022 Book blurb: By the time you read this, I’ll have killed one of your husbands. In an isolated retreat, deep in the Northumbria moors, three women arrive for a weekend getaway. Their husbands will be joining them in the morning. Or so they think. But when they get toContinue reading “Review: The Long Weekend by Gilly Macmillan”

Review: The Key in the Lock by Beth Underdown

Book release date: 13 January 2022 Book blurb: I still dream, every night, of Polneath on fire. Smoke unravelling from an upper window, and the terrace bathed in a hectic orange light . . . Now I see that the decision I made at Polneath was the only decision of my life. Everything marred inContinue reading “Review: The Key in the Lock by Beth Underdown”

Review: The Dinner Guest by BP Walter

Book release date: 1 April 2021 Book blurb: Four people walked into the dining room that night. One would never leave.Matthew: the perfect husband. Titus: the perfect son. Charlie: the perfect illusion. Rachel: the perfect stranger. Charlie didn’t want her at the book club. Matthew wouldn’t listen. And that’s how Charlie finds himself slumped besideContinue reading “Review: The Dinner Guest by BP Walter”

Review: The Last House on the Street by Diane Chamberlain

Book release date: 20 January 2022 Book blurb: A young white female student becomes involved in the fight for civil rights in North Carolina, falling in love with one of her fellow activists, a Black man, in a time and place where an interracial relationship must be hidden from family, friends and especially the reemergingContinue reading “Review: The Last House on the Street by Diane Chamberlain”

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: My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing

Book release date: 26 March 2019 Book blurb: How well do you really know the person you love most? Their life was just like yours. Nice house, great kids, the perfect life. But they have a very dark secret. You might think you’ve read stories like this before. You’re wrong. My thoughts

Review: The Newcomer by Laura Elizabeth Woollett

Book release date: 2 July 2021 (ebook), 9 December 2021 (paperback) Book blurb: When her 29-year-old daughter Paulina goes missing on a sleepy pacific island, Judy Novak suspects the worst. Her fears are soon realised as Paulina’s body is discovered, murdered. Every man on the island is a suspect, yet none are as maligned asContinue reading “Review: The Newcomer by Laura Elizabeth Woollett”

Review: Hide by Nell Pattison

Book release date: 9 December 2021 Book blurb: Seven friends. One killer. You can run, but you can’t hide… It’s Boxing Day and your friendship group has planned a hike. You know tensions are running high. You’ve heard the rumours flying around. But this trip is a chance for you to reconnect. As you headContinue reading “Review: Hide by Nell Pattison”

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”

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