Review: The Lying Room by Nicci French

Neve Connolly looks down at a murdered man. She doesn't call the police. A trusted colleague and friend. A mother. A wife. Neve Connolly is loved by everyone around her. But, she has also made mistakes; some small, some unconsciously done, some large, some deliberate. She is only human, after all. But now one mistake... Continue Reading →

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Review: Violet by Scott Thomas

For many children, the summer of 1988 was filled with sunshine and laughter. But for ten-year-old Kris Barlow, it was her chance to say goodbye to her dying mother.   Three decades later, loss returns when her husband Jonah is killed in a car accident. And so, Kris decides that the best thing to do for... Continue Reading →

Monthly TBR: September 2019

It's time for another monthly TBR post! I have a few books to read and review for NetGalley this month, and I am also taking part in my first ever blog tour, which I'm extremely excited about. So, for September, I have selected 5 books, including the book I started at the end of August,... Continue Reading →

Review: The Night You Left by Emma Curtis

When Grace's fiancé, Nick, vanishes without a trace the night after proposing, her life is completely flipped upside down. Has he walked out on her? or has something awful happened to him? While Grace desperately searches for the man she loves, it is brought to her attention that she doesn't know everything about Nick like... Continue Reading →

Review: Take It Back by Kia Abdullah

Zara Kaleel is a former barrister, and one of London's brightest young legal minds. When she is given Jodie Wolfe's case, she has no idea what to expect, or what she is in for. The Victim: Jodie Wolfe is a sixteen year old girl, with severe facial deformities, who is neglected by her alcoholic mother.... Continue Reading →

Wrap Up: July 2019

I can't believe July is already over! So, for my July TBR, I picked out 6 books, 4 of which were from NetGalley, in an attempted to boost my feedback ratio. I only managed to finished 4 books, and get halfway through a 5th, and 1 of those books wasn't even included in my TBR.... Continue Reading →

Review: Snap Shot by Marilyn Todd

The year is 1895, and the only way Julia McAllister can retain her business, and her independence as a young widow in London, is by taking risqué photographs. But, one by one, her models are being murdered, and the murderer is determined to frame Julia for the crimes. With the relentless Inspector Collingwood on the... Continue Reading →

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