The Travelers Blog Tour – Interview with Chris Pavone

  Today I am very happy to welcome Chris Pavone to the blog answering a few questions about his latest novel The Travelers. Thanks to Chris and you can see my review a little later this week. The Travelers is a brilliantly twisty tale – possibly even more so than… Continue reading

2016 Spotlight: A Savage Hunger by Claire McGowan

Publication Date: March 10th From Headline Source: Review Copy Alice Morgan’s disappearance raises immediate questions for forensic psychologist Paula Maguire. Alice, the daughter of a life peer in the Home Office, has vanished along with a holy relic – the bones of a saint – and the only trace is… Continue reading

New release Spotlight: Dominion. John Connolly and Jennifer Ridyard

Publication Date: Available Now from Headline Source Review Copy They have cheated death. Defied their people. Changed beyond recognition. Their love has survived the impossible. But now they must learn to trust again: the future of their worlds depends on it. I’ve really loved this series and now it has… Continue reading

Talking The Shadow Hour – with Kate Riordan. New Release Spotlight.

Having loved Kate Riordan’s last novel, The Girl in the Photograph, I was VERY excited to read The Shadow Hour (review to follow) and I’m delighted to welcome Kate back to the blog to tell me a little about it. I loved hearing all about how Owlpen Manor featured in… Continue reading

Jonathan Dark or the Evidence of Ghosts – A Sense of the River with A K Benedict

Today I am very happy to welcome A K Benedict to the blog – her latest novel Jonathan Dark or the Evidence of Ghosts is available now from Orion and a bit further down you can read my review – party of the story within involves the River Thames, almost… Continue reading

Blueprints – Barbara Delinsky

Publication Date: 26th Feb from Piatkus Source: Review Copy Jamie MacAfee’s life is almost perfect. She loves her fiancée, even if she hasn’t quite worked out why she won’t set a wedding date and she certainly adores her job, working as an architect on their family home renovation show. Meanwhile,… Continue reading

The Hollow Men by Rob McCarthy. Interview and Review

Today I’m VERY happy to welcome Rob McCarthy to the blog telling us a little more about The Hollow Men – a really brilliant medical thriller that I highly recommend.   The Hollow Men is fantastic – I’m genuinely crazy about Harry already. As a medical student how did you… Continue reading

Pierce Brown at Waterstones Piccadilly..An event and a half.

Photo’s of Pierce by Sam Hoodless. Great friend and now official blog photographer. Follow her on Twitter HERE So last night Sam and I hopped on a train to London to see Pierce Brown appear at his very first UK event with Dark Societies- it really was a superb evening,… Continue reading

Missing Presumed by Susie Steiner. Blog tour/Review

Publication Date: Available Now from The Borough Press Source: Netgalley Edith Hind, the beautiful, earnest Cambridge post-grad living on the outskirts of the city has left nothing behind but a streak of blood and her coat hanging up for her boyfriend, Will, to find. The news spreads fast: to her… Continue reading