Liz Currently Loves….The Secret Place by Tana French.

Publication Date: 28th August 2014 from Hodder and Staughton. Thank you to the author and publisher for the advance reading copy via netgalley. The photo on the card shows a boy who was found murdered, a year ago, on the grounds of a girls’ boarding school in the leafy suburbs… Continue reading

The Kill by Jane Casey – The way to make me one HAPPY reader.

Publication Date: 5th June 2014 from Ebury Press. Thank you to the author and publisher for the review copy. Maeve Kerrigan is used to investigating murders.But this time a killer has struck far too close to home… When a police officer is found shot dead in his car, DC Maeve… Continue reading

Author Interview: Juliet West – Before The Fall. Happy Publication Day!

One of the most evocative and emotional books I’ve read this year “Before the Fall” comes highly recommended from me – and I was lucky enough to get to ask the author a few questions all about it and here is what she had to tell me.   Tell us… Continue reading

Author Interview: Kerry Wilkinson – Reckoning.

  So the week of interviews continues and today its the turn of Kerry Wilkinson (who makes me giggle a lot) talking about Reckoning, the first in the Silver Blackthorn trilogy and a darned good read. I know because I’m lucky enough to have read it already. Its out tomorrow… Continue reading

Author Interview: Laurence Walker – Under a Russian Heaven.

Published by 280 steps Laurence Walker works in London as an energy journalist. He spent a number of years working in Russia and the former Soviet Union. His work-related travel – which has taken him to places as diverse as a coal terminal in Russia’s Arctic Circle and the tobacco… Continue reading

Author Interview: Gilles Petel author of Under The Channel.

  Available now from Gallic Books I was recently lucky enough to get the chance to ask Gilles Petel some questions about his wonderful noir novel, here is what he had to tell me.   Tell us a little bit about where the idea came from. I lived in England… Continue reading