Smoke Screen; Nordic noir at its best

Looking for a bold, fast paced read with a damn good twisting plot? Then look no further… Smoke Screen, the latest novel in the Nordic noir Blix & Ramm crime series is published today and…

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Deity; a sinister thriller seeped in folklore

With his new chilling novel Deity, Matt Wesolowski continues to skilfully stake his place in the crime fiction genre. Weaving his compelling trademark of mythical folklore with his unique podcast style (which I love) alongside…

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The Shape of Darkness; a gothic bone chiller

Wow! This is a book that I’ve not been able to get out of my head since I finished it. If you love a gripping ghost story, you need to read The Shape of Darkness.…

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The Wife Upstairs; a chilling retelling of Jane Eyre

I’ve always loved Jane Eyre and love Wide Sargasso Sea too. So when I was offered to the opportunity to read and review The Wife Upstairs, a modern interpretation of the classic story which is…

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Innocent; an emotional who dunnit

Last summer I was lucky enough to read and review the stunning debut novel Found by Erin Kinsley. So when I was recently offered to read and review her new novel Innocent, I jumped at…

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