The Opposite of Lonely; another great Skelf adventure

My favourite crime fighting family is back and I am so happy! 🙂 The Opposite of Lonely is the fifth novel in the refreshing Skelf crime series that focuses on the three generations of kick-ass…

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The Continental Affair; alluring and steeped in suspense

Always a sucker for a bit of old-fashioned glamour, it was the stylish cover of The Continental Affair that initially attracted me to this novel. Although it definitely cannot be described as an Agatha Christie…

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Fair Rosaline; a brilliant, subversive re-telling of Romeo and Juliet

As soon as I read the email inviting me to take part in the blog tour of Fair Rosaline, I knew that I definitely wanted to be involved. Why? Because just like Wide Sargasso Sea,…

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The Invisible Women’s Club; empowering, heart warming and funny

I really want to be a member of The Invisible Women’s Club! The new novel from the author of Lost Property, Helen Paris, is such a heart warming, empowering read that I feel many women…

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The Stranger Beside Me; captivating psychological suspense

I love the latest slow burning psychological thriller by Caroline England. The Stranger Beside Me has everything I love in a suspense novel; character driven, thought provoking with deep, dark secrets. It is also full…

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