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Blog Tour – ‘Something In The Water’ by Catherine Steadman – Book Review

  THE BOOK Erin is a documentary filmmaker on the brink of a professional breakthrough; Mark a handsome investment banker with a bright future. They seem to have it all, until Mark loses his job and cracks start to appear in their perfect life. But they’re determined to make it work. They book their dream… Continue reading Blog Tour – ‘Something In The Water’ by Catherine Steadman – Book Review

Blog Tour · Bookish Posts · Posts 2019 · Reviews 2019

Blog Tour – ‘Worst Case Scenario’ by Helen Fitzgerald – Book Review

  THE BOOK   Mary Shields is a moody, acerbic probation offer, dealing with some of Glasgow’s worst cases, and her job is on the line. Liam Macdowall was imprisoned for murdering his wife, and he’s published a series of letters to the dead woman, in a book that makes him an unlikely hero –… Continue reading Blog Tour – ‘Worst Case Scenario’ by Helen Fitzgerald – Book Review

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My Chronicle Book Box – May 2019 Unboxing

“My Chronicle Book Box is a unique reading box curated in the UK every three months containing the latest literary releases from your chosen genre and a selection of beautifully crafted associated items, exclusive to My Chronicle whenever possible.” It’s time for another fabulous My Chronicle Book Box unboxing! I love getting these boxes and… Continue reading My Chronicle Book Box – May 2019 Unboxing

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Blog Tour – ‘The Ringmaster’ by Vanda Symon – Book Review

  THE BOOK Marginalised by previous antics, Sam Shephard, is on the bottom rung of detective training in Dunedin, and her boss makes sure she knows it. She gets involved in her first homicide investigation, when a university student is murdered in the Botanic Gardens, and Sam soon discovers this is not an isolated incident.… Continue reading Blog Tour – ‘The Ringmaster’ by Vanda Symon – Book Review

Bite Sized Reviews · Bookish Posts · Posts 2019 · Reviews 2019

Bite Sized Reviews – Featuring – ‘The Last’ by Hanna Jameson, ‘The Confessions of Frannie Langton’ by Sara Collins and ‘The Psychology of Time Travel’ by Kate Mascarenhas

  The Psychology of Time Travel by Kate Mascarenhas Four female scientists in 1967 invent a time travel machine, one of the scientists suffers a public breakdown jeopardising the whole project. In 2017 Ruby and her Granny Bee, former time travel scientist receive a warning from the future. 2018 and Odette finds a dead woman… Continue reading Bite Sized Reviews – Featuring – ‘The Last’ by Hanna Jameson, ‘The Confessions of Frannie Langton’ by Sara Collins and ‘The Psychology of Time Travel’ by Kate Mascarenhas

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Book Review – ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ by Liane Moriarty

  THE BOOK The retreat at health-and-wellness resort Tranquillum House promises total transformation. Nine stressed city dwellers are keen to drop their literal and mental baggage, and absorb the meditative ambience while enjoying their hot stone massages. Miles from anywhere, without cars or phones, they have no way to reach the outside world. Just time… Continue reading Book Review – ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ by Liane Moriarty

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British Library Crime Classics – Bite Sized Reviews – ‘Smallbone Deceased’ by Michael Gilbert, ‘Blood On The Tracks’ edited by Martin Edwards and ‘Weekend At Thrackley’ by Alan Melville.

  It’s no secret that I am a huge fan of the British Library Crime Classics – I am so happy that the British Library have uncovered and reissued these gems. They are wonderful reads and have the most fantastic covers. Here are reviews for a couple that I’ve read recently! If you like a… Continue reading British Library Crime Classics – Bite Sized Reviews – ‘Smallbone Deceased’ by Michael Gilbert, ‘Blood On The Tracks’ edited by Martin Edwards and ‘Weekend At Thrackley’ by Alan Melville.