The Fire Child – S K Tremayne. Blog Tour Review.

Publication Date: Available Now from Harper Collins Source: Netgalley When Rachel marries dark, handsome David, everything seems to fall into place. Swept from single life in London to the beautiful Carnhallow House in Cornwall, she gains wealth, love, and an affectionate stepson, Jamie. But then Jamie’s behaviour changes, and Rachel’s… Continue reading

How To Find Love in a Bookshop – Blog Tour Review.

Publication Date: Available Now from Orion Source: Review Copy Nightingale Books, nestled on the high street in Peasebrook, a picture-postcard Cotswold town, is a dream comes true for booklovers. Everyone who enters falls in love with something. But owner Emilia Nightingale is struggling to keep the shop open and the… Continue reading

Deadly Harvest Blog Tour Review.

Publication Date: Available Now from Orenda Source: Review Copy A young girl goes missing after getting into a car with a mysterious man. Soon after, a second girl disappears, and her devastated father, Witness, sets out to seek revenge. As the trail goes cold, Samantha Khama – new recruit to… Continue reading

The Killing Files blog tour. Interview and Review.

Today I am REALLY happy to welcome Nikki Owen to the blog – author of the Project trilogy of which, book two, The Killing Files was recently released. Thanks Nikki! For those readers who are yet to start Maria’s story could you talk a little about the background and inspiration… Continue reading

Paul Cornell on Nostalgia Properties – Who Killed Sherlock Holmes blog tour.

Very happy to welcome Paul Cornell to the blog today as part of the “Who Killed Sherlock Holmes” blog tour. He’s talking about nostalgia properties and information on the entirely brilliant novel follows soon after. Thanks so much Paul! Nostalgia Properties – Paul Cornell. There’s one enormous reason why nostalgia… Continue reading

Little Bones Blog Tour: Murder most Foul – Sam Blake on Landmark Cases

Today I am very pleased to welcome Sam Blake onto the blog talking about some Landmark cases in a great lead in to her novel “Little Bones” which I will be reviewing very soon. Murder Most Foul: Landmark Cases by Sam Blake The perfect murder is an elusive thing and… Continue reading

Murder Ring – Leigh Russell talks Geraldine Steel.

Today I’m very pleased to welcome Leigh Russell to the blog, talking about her latest novel Murder Ring and all things Geraldine Steel.   First things first: why did you decide to tackle gun crime in the latest GS title? In the beginning of her series, Geraldine Steel works in… Continue reading