Blog Tour: Fire On The Mountain

Set in the African landscape, Fire on the Mountain is a novel about identity and finding yourself. It centres around the character Nick, an NGO worker who finds himself in a nameless African city. Emotionally…

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New Voices 2018: The Perfect Girlfriend

What a chilling page turner The Perfect Girlfriend is; it is brilliant and I couldn’t put it down. If you love a good psychological thriller, you won’t be disappointed and I urge you to go…

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New Voices 2018: The Feed

Last week I was lucky enough to be invited to the Manchester leg of the New Voices 2018 book tour hosted by Headline Publishing Group – and believe me, there are really exciting titles coming…

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The Visitors: a creepy psychological family portrait

“Creepy, eccentric, chilling” are the three words Catherine Burns uses when I ask her to describe her debut novel The Visitors. And yes, this is a description that I agree with; it is dark, it…

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My review of The Art of Hiding

I was really excited to automatically be sent an advanced review copy of Amanda Prowse’s latest book The Art of Hiding as I’d never read anything of hers before but had heard great things about…

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