To Die In Vienna Kevin Wignall. Blog tour review.

Publication Date Available Now from Thomas and Mercer. Source: Review Copy Freddie Makin is a spy for hire. For a year he’s been watching Jiang Cheng, an academic whose life seems suspiciously normal. To Freddie it’s just a job: he never asks who’s paying him and why—until the day someone… Continue reading

The Captives Debra Jo Immergut Blog Tour Review

Publication Date: Available Now from Titan Source: Review Copy Convicted of murder, destined for life in prison, Miranda is desperate for an escape. She signs up for sessions with the prison psychologist, Frank Lundquist, so that she can access the drugs to end it all. But unknown to her, Frank… Continue reading

Getting to Know You with G D Abson. Motherland Blog Tour

Today I’m getting to know G D Abson as part of the tour for his new novel “Motherland” Details about the book follow.   Tell us a little about your current novel, what readers can expect from it.. Motherland is a gritty crime thriller set in modern Russia. My heroine,… Continue reading

Love Will Tear Us Apart Holly Seddon. Blog Tour Review.

Publication Date: June 7th From Corvus Source: Review Copy Fearing eternal singledom, childhood friends Kate and Paul make the age-old vow that if they don’t find love by thirty, they will marry each other. Years later, with the deadline of their 30th birthdays approaching, the unlikely couple decide to keep… Continue reading

Extinct RR Haywood. Blog Tour Extract.

Very happy to offer an extract from “Extinct” the third in the Extracted trilogy from RR Haywood…   We need Malc and Kon back,’ Safa says, her tone already growing firmer in readiness for the battle. ‘And then what?’ Miri asks. ‘And then what what?’ Safa snaps. Ben groans, Harry… Continue reading

Bluethroat Morning Jacqui Lofthouse Blog Tour Review.

Publication Date: May 22nd by Blackbird Digital Source: Review copy Alison Bliss, celebrity model and critically acclaimed writer, walks into the sea one ‘bluethroat morning’. In death she becomes a greater icon than in life, and the Norfolk village where she lived is soon a place of pilgrimage. Six years… Continue reading