A Place to Lie; a sinister fairy tale

Eerie and sinister, A Place to Lie is a fascinating psychological thriller with a disturbing fairy tale vibe. With the crux of the story set in Witchwood, a fictional village on the edge of the…

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The Reunion; deadly secrets unearthed

Written by French bestselling author Guillaume Musso, The Reunion intrigued me. This is a dark, twisted thriller that unsettled me once I finished reading it. Set on the French Riviera, Thomas Degalais returns to his…

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Call Me a Liar; a chilling summer read

So Colette McBeth’s new psychological thriller Call Me A Liar was published just a few days ago (13th June 2019) and crikey – it’s intense. It’s so topical it’s chilling! Focusing on the theme of…

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#FollowGriz: A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World

A Boy and his Dog at the End of the World is a touching coming of age story. Yet it is more than this – it is dystopian fiction of a post-apocalyptic world that I…

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Crushed; a modern Shakespearean tragedy

Dramatic, dark and unnervingly brilliant is my description of Crushed, the new novel by award winning author Kate Hamer. Days after finishing it, I can’t stop thinking about this compelling, intense read. Crushed is the…

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