The Unforgotten Amy MacKinnon Blog tour review.

Let the dead stay dead. Clara Marsh is an undertaker. She spends her solitary life among the dead and bids them farewell with a bouquet from her own garden. But Clara’s carefully structured life shifts when she discovers a neglected little girl, Trecie, playing in the funeral parlour, desperate for… Continue reading

Run You Down Julia Dahl Blog Tour Review.

Aviva Kagan was a just a teenager when she left her Hasidic Jewish life in Brooklyn for a fling with a smiling college boy from Florida-and then disappeared. Twenty-three years later, the child she walked away from is a NYC tabloid reporter named Rebekah Roberts. And Rebekah isn’t sure she… Continue reading

Only A Mother Elisabeth Carpenter. Blog Tour Review.

ONLY A MOTHER . . . Erica Wright hasn’t needed to scrub ‘MURDERER’ off her house in over a year. Life is almost quiet again. Then her son, Craig, is released from prison, and she knows the quiet is going to be broken.COULD BELIEVE HIM Erica has always believed Craig… Continue reading

Deep Dirty Truth Steph Broadribb. Blog tour review.

A price on her head. A secret worth dying for. Just 48 hours to expose the truth… Single-mother bounty hunter Lori Anderson has finally got her family back together, but her new-found happiness is shattered when she’s snatched by the Miami Mob – and they want her dead. Rather than… Continue reading

For the Missing Lina Bengtsdotter blog tour review.

When a teenage girl goes missing from a small town, the local police start to buckle under the pressure. Enter Charlie Lager, the brilliant but conflicted Detective Inspector sent from Stockholm to solve the mystery of Annabelle’s disappearance. Her superiors don’t know that Charlie grew up in this very town… Continue reading

Once Upon A River Diane Setterfield blog tour review.

A dark midwinter’s night in an ancient inn on the Thames. The regulars are entertaining themselves by telling stories when the door bursts open on an injured stranger. In his arms is the drowned corpse of a little child. Hours later the dead girl stirs, takes a breath and returns… Continue reading

As The Women Lay Dreaming Donald S Murray. Blog Tour extract.

From As the Women Lay Dreaming by Donald S Murray 1992 It took me years to look at my grandfather’s journals. For decades they remained with me, undisturbed and unopened for fear that if I ever prised open their covers, the ghosts and demons of my own childhood, their sense… Continue reading

The Boy Who Stole Time Mark Bowsher. Blog tour review

When 12-year-old Krish finds out his mum is dying, he is desperate to give her more time to live. This leads to a deal with a devil-like creature to travel to another realm, Ilir, and collect the Myrthali – the essence of time itself. Ilir is a tiny desert world… Continue reading

Tales of Ramion Frank Hinks. Blog tour.

Today I have a post about the Tales of Ramion books for children by Frank Hicks – these hardback stories full of hand painted full page illustrations are absolutely gorgeous and my two kids love them. At the moment they are being read to me at bedtime – perfect storytelling,… Continue reading

I See Through You Daisy McNally. Blog tour review.

It started with a lie . . . Skye has finally met someone she can trust. A holiday romance, of all things. But you know when something real comes along, when it’s meant to be. Don’t you? A week after returning home, and Johnny has disappeared. He hasn’t called or… Continue reading