Review catch up: The Dangerous Kind Deborah O’Connor.

One in 100 of us is a ‘potentially dangerous person’ – someone likely to commit a violent crime. We all know them: these charmers, liars and manipulators. The ones who send prickles up the back of our neck. These people hide in plain sight, they can be teachers, doctors, holding… Continue reading

Latest Reads: The Poison Garden Alex Marwood.

Where Romy grew up, if someone died you never spoke of them again. Now twenty-two, she has recently escaped the toxic confines of the cult she was raised in. But Romy is young, pregnant and completely alone – and if she is to keep herself safe in this new world,… Continue reading

Review catch up: The Other Mrs Miller Allison Dickson.

Two women are watching each other. Phoebe isn’t sure when the car started showing up. At first she put it down to the scandal around her late father, but she’s certain now it’s there for her. What’s interesting about an unhappily married housewife, who barely leaves her house? Only one knows… Continue reading

The Space Between Time Charlie Laidlaw. Blog tour guest post.

Who are you? I am the author of two contemporary novels. My first, The Things We Learn When We’re Dead, was published in 2017 (Accent Press). My second, The Space Between Time, is out this month. My third, Love Potions and Other Calamities, is being published at the start of… Continue reading

Latest Reads: Her Kind Niamh Boyce.

1324, Kilkennie A woman seeks refuge for herself and her daughter in the household of a childhood friend. The friend, Alice Kytler, gives her former companion a new name, Petronelle, a job as a servant, and warns her to hide their old connection. Before long Petronelle comes to understand that… Continue reading

Latest Reads: The Killer You Know A M Taylor.

One morning ten years ago, the town of Twin Rivers changed forever when the body of Tyler Washington was found in the woods. Son of the mayor, star of the high school basketball team – his death struck right at the heart of this tight-knit community. For Olivia Hall, Tyler’s… Continue reading

Review Catch Up: Across The Void S K Vaughan.

It’s Christmas Day, 2067.Silent Night drifts across the ruins of a wrecked spaceship, listing helplessly in the black. A sole woman, May, stirs within – the last person left alive of a disastrous first manned mission to Europa, a moon of Jupiter. There is only one person who can help her… Continue reading

Review Catch Up: Beyond Reasonable Doubt Gary Bell.

Elliot Rook QC is one of the greatest barristers of his generation.  He is also a complete fraud. Elliot Rook is the epitome of a highly successful, old Etonian QC. Or so everyone believes. In fact, he is an ex-petty criminal with a past that he has spent decades keeping… Continue reading

Latest Reads: Next Of Kin L.F. Robertson.

When Greg Ferrante is found shot to death at the side of his swimming pool, suspicion turns immediately on his once-glamorous wife, Sunny, now worn down by years of living under his thumb. Sure, there’s no way she could have pulled the trigger, but soon she is arrested anyway, accused… Continue reading

Now You See Me Chris McGeorge blog tour review.

NOW.. My name is Matthew McConnell. You’ve probably heard my story.I took five of my friends on a boat through the longest canal tunnel in England. YOU… It takes two hours and twenty-six minutes to travel through that tunnel.Six of us entered that tunnel but I was the only one… Continue reading