Review catch up. One Good Deed David Baldacci.

In 1949, Aloysius Archer arrives in the dusty Southern town of Poca City. He has nothing but a handful of dollars, the clothes he’s wearing and an appointment with his new parole officer. After his wartime experiences in Italy and a prison sentence for a crime he didn’t commit, Archer… Continue reading

Latest Reads: Endgame Daniel Cole.

When retired police officer Finlay Shaw is found dead in a locked room, everyone thinks it’s suicide. But disgraced detective William ‘Wolf’ Fawkes isn’t so sure. Together with his former partner Detective Emily Baxter and private detective Edmunds, Wolf’s team begin to dig into Shaw’s early days on the beat…. Continue reading

Latest Reads: The Witch Who Courted Death Maria Lewis.

Considering her status as the world’s most powerful medium, Casper von Klitzing and her twin brother Baristan have lived a pretty normal life – until now. After a horrific incident in her home city of Berlin, orchestrated by the mysterious Oct, Casper is consumed with vengeance towards an enemy she… Continue reading

Something to Live For Richard Roper. Blog tour review.

Sometimes you have to risk everything to find your something… All Andrew wants is to be normal. He has the perfect wife and 2.4 children waiting at home for him after a long day. At least, that’s what he’s told people. The truth is, his life isn’t exactly as people… Continue reading

A Modern Family Helga Flatland. Blog tour catch up review.

When Liv, Ellen and Håkon, along with their partners and children, arrive in Rome to celebrate their father’s seventieth birthday, a quiet earthquake occurs: their parents have decided to divorce.  Shocked and disbelieving, the siblings try to come to terms with their parents’ decision as it echoes through the homes… Continue reading

Review catch up: The Sleepwalker Joseph Knox.

‘He said he didn’t remember killing them…’ As a series of rolling blackouts plunge the city into darkness, Detective Aidan Waits sits on an abandoned hospital ward, watching a mass murderer slowly die. Transferred from his usual night shift duties and onto protective custody, he has just one job…  To… Continue reading

Critical Incidents. Interview with Lucie Whitehouse.

Tell us a little about your current novel, what readers can expect from it. Critical Incidents is a slight departure for me. My first four novels, most recently Before We Met and Keep You Close, were psychological suspense but Critical Incidents is literary crime for readers who like Tana French… Continue reading