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Review: End of Story by Louise Swanson

Publication date 23 March 2023 Standalone or series Standalone First time reading this author? Yes Why I picked this I liked the sound of it. Review copy or purchase Thank you to the author, publishers Hodder & Stoughton and NetGalley UK for access to this as an advance reader’s ebook. This is an honest andContinue reading “Review: End of Story by Louise Swanson”

Review: The Wilderness Retreat by Jennifer Moore

Publication date 22 February 2023 (ebook); 27 April 2023 (paperback) Standalone or series Standalone First time reading this author? Yes Why I picked this Book description looked interesting. Review copy or purchase Thank you to the author, publisher HQ Digital, and online book club The Pigeonhole for the chance to read this. This is anContinue reading “Review: The Wilderness Retreat by Jennifer Moore”

Review: The Drift by C.J. Tudor

Publication date 19 January 2023 Standalone or series Standalone First time reading this author? No Why I picked this After being disappointed by this author’s first couple of novels, I’ve seen many people with similar book tastes to me rave about subsequent books, so I thought it was time to give them another chance. ReviewContinue reading “Review: The Drift by C.J. Tudor”

Review: Surrounded By Idiots by Thomas Erikson

Publication date 30 July 2019 Standalone or series Non-fiction series (part of the Surrounded By series) First time reading this author? Yes Why I picked this I liked the title and it was recommended by someone else working in the same field as me. Review copy or purchase Purchased as paperback. What it’s about DoContinue reading “Review: Surrounded By Idiots by Thomas Erikson”

Review: The Next to Die by Elliot Sweeney

Book release date: 2 February 2023 Book blurb: Dylan Kasper is stuck. Living in self-imposed reclusion from his former life in the police, he’s been in a downward spiral since his daughter’s death five years ago. All that changes when the son of an esteemed professor jumps under an inner-city train. His former colleagues callContinue reading “Review: The Next to Die by Elliot Sweeney”

Review: Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch

Book release date: 10 January 2011 Book blurb: My name is Peter Grant, and I used to be a probationary constable in that mighty army for justice known to all right-thinking people as the Metropolitan Police Service, and to everyone else as the Filth. My story really begins when I tried to take a witnessContinue reading “Review: Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch”

Review: War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy

Book release date: 1867 (Audible exclusive audiobook version 4 November 2021) Book blurb: At a glittering society party in St Petersburg in 1805, conversations are dominated by the prospect of war. Terror swiftly engulfs the country as Napoleon’s army marches on Russia, and the lives of three young people are changed forever. The stories ofContinue reading “Review: War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy”

Review: Myths of Management by Stefan Stern and Cary Cooper

Book release date: 3 October 2022 (2nd edition) Book blurb: Is it really true that working longer hours makes you more successful? Are millennials self-obsessed and frightened of hard graft? Do you really need to hide your emotions in order to gain respect as a manager? Does higher pay really always lead to higher performance?Continue reading “Review: Myths of Management by Stefan Stern and Cary Cooper”

Review: All You Ever Wanted by Susan Elliot Wright

Book release date: 27 October 2022 Book blurb: You are inside. With your husband and baby. Your life warm and calm and untroubled. I am outside. Alone. Looking in. Watching you. You have all I ever wanted. Now it’s time for you to share. My thoughts

Review: The Nine: Origins

Book release date: 10 October 2022 Book blurb: The power of the one is the is power of the many. Eighteen-year-old Blake Wilder usually hides her ability to see pivotal moments in other people’s pasts and futures, but when a premonition compels her to save a classmate’s life, she’s drawn into a centuries-old paranormal societyContinue reading “Review: The Nine: Origins”