Shrines of Gaiety; captivating and unforgettable

When I was invited to take part in the blog tour of Kate Atkinson’s latest novel Shrines of Gaiety, I couldn’t believe my luck. I mean Atkinson is one of the world’s most talented and…

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Black Hearts; tense, dark and explosive

Crikey, I am really going to miss these Skelf women as I have been spending top quality time with them lately. Black Hearts is the fourth book in the brilliant Skelfs crime series written by…

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Fantastic Summer Reads Released Today

It is summer holiday season and whether you’re planning a staycation, a holiday somewhere in the UK or jetting off abroad, you might be thinking what books you can read as you relax. Well today…

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The Girl from Jonestown; authentic, compassionate, horrifying

The Girl from Jonestown is a haunting story portraying how power can turn charisma to rot. It is based on true events that horrified the world in 1978. Although the main characters in the novel…

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Little Drummer; exploring the dark world of international corruption

Norwegian author Kjell Ola Dahl is known as the Godfather of Nordic Noir. As I love the dark, tense, atmospheric plots of this genre, I jumped at the chance to read Little Drummer, the latest…

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