The Traitor’s Story – Kevin Wignall. Interview and Review.

I was lucky enough to meet Kevin Wignall earlier this year at Crimefest. Brilliant company and a very nice man, of course me being me that led into me reading something. Specifically Mr Wignall’s latest novel The Traitors Story. Turned out I kind of loved it. Also turns out that… Continue reading

Nomad by James Swallow – Author interview and Review.

Today I am very happy to get to ask James Swallow a few questions about his thriller “Nomad” – a book I loved and you can find my review after the interview. James Swallow is a British author and scriptwriter, a New York Times Bestseller and BAFTA nominee. He is… Continue reading

2016 Spotlight: Infernal by Mark de Jager.

Publication Date: 11th August 2016 from Del Ray Source: Review Copy Stratus wakes in an unfamiliar place, with nothing but the knowledge that he is not human, with no memories of his past but possessing great strength, a powerful sorcery and the burning instinct to survive at any cost. Embarking… Continue reading

From the Purchased Pile: I’m Thinking of Ending Things by Iain Reid.

Publication Date: Available Now from Text Publishing Source: Purchased Copy (Waterstones Piccadilly) You will be scared. But you won’t know why… I’m thinking of ending things. Once this thought arrives, it stays. It sticks. It lingers. It’s always there. Always. Jake once said, “Sometimes a thought is closer to truth,… Continue reading

Out of the Comfort Zone reading – David Young reviews Wicked Game.

So after Rod Reynolds reviewed Red Rising the next author I bribed, erm asked politely, to read something out of their comfort zone was the brilliant David Young  – author of Stasi Child. Turns out he was already reading something that he would not normally pick up – Matt Johnson’s… Continue reading

Try not to Breathe – Interview with Holly Seddon

Today I am REALLY happy to welcome Holly Seddon to the blog answering some questions about her brilliant debut novel – you can see what I thought about it HERE and more details about it follow after the questions. Thanks SO much Holly and to her publisher Corvus books.  … Continue reading

All is not Forgotton – Neil White talks to Wendy Walker.

All is not Forgotton is a haunting and provocative story looking at some very dark themes – and is probably one of the most quietly gripping novels I have read this year. In her non writing  life Wendy is an attorney, her novel falls within the Crime Fiction genre so… Continue reading

Wilde Lake – Laura Lippman. Blog tour review.

Publication Date: 7th July from Faber Source: Review Copy Luisa “Lu” Brant is the newly elected—and first female—state’s attorney of Howard County, Maryland, a job in which her widower father famously served. Fiercely intelligent and ambitious, she sees an opportunity to make her name by trying a mentally disturbed drifter… Continue reading