THE BOOK If you can’t trust yourself, who can you trust? It all started that night in the woods. Cass Anderson didn’t stop to help the woman in the car, and now she’s dead. Ever since, silent calls have been plaguing Cass and she’s sure someone is watching her. Consumed by guilt, she’s also… Continue reading Review – ‘The Breakdown’ by BA Paris
Not too many bookish things to report this week, no book post and no book buys. Which are two good things for my groaning book shelves, I’m sure I’m going to put one book too many on them soon and they’ll just collapse. I feel like I’m playing a game of Buckaroo every time… Continue reading My Bookish Week – 10th April – 16th April
THE BOOK Mumbai is a city that thrives on extravagant spectacles and larger-than-life characters. But as Chopra is about to discover, even in the city of dreams, there is no guarantee of a happy ending. Rising star and incorrigible playboy Vikram Verma has disappeared, leaving his latest film in jeopardy. Hired by… Continue reading Review – ‘The Strange Disappearance Of A Bollywood Star’ by Vaseem Khan
I wanted to share with you my latest book related obsession – book themed candles! I love books and I love candles so to find them combined together is basically heaven for me. Though maybe not for my bank account! My first arrival was ‘Weep’, an absolutely gorgeous scented candle inspired by Laini Taylor’s… Continue reading Book Candles!
This week has been a pretty successful bookish week, I’ve managed to get through two books and I am happy to report I am completely up to date with my reviews! This never happens, ever, usually I have a back log of at least three to do so I am basking in this small achievement!… Continue reading My Bookish Week – 3rd April – 9th April
THE BOOK Locked-room mysteries and other impossible crime stories have been relished by puzzle-lovers ever since the invention of detective fiction. Fiendishly intricate cases were particularly well suited to the cerebral type of detective story that became so popular during the ‘golden age of murder’ between the two world wars. But the tradition goes back… Continue reading Review – ‘Miraculous Mysteries’ edited by Martin Edwards
THE BOOK: A single mother turns up dead at the bottom of the river that runs through town. Earlier in the summer, a vulnerable teenage girl met the same fate. They are not the first women lost to these dark waters, but their deaths disturb the river and its history, dredging up secrets long… Continue reading Review – ‘Into The Water’ by Paula Hawkins