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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The Undiscovered Deaths of Grace McGill; a truly twisted murder mystery

Wow! To say I loved The Undiscovered Deaths of Grace McGill is an understatement. I was completely gripped by this quirky, twisted thriller. Full of pathos, dark humour with an unguessable plot, C.S. Robertson’s new…

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Be guid tae yer Mammy; bittersweet and authentic

Originally being from just outside Glasgow, I love reading Scottish fiction, especially fiction with an authentic Scottish voice. And Emma Rae’s debut novel Be guid tae yer Mammy definitely has a strong authentic Glaswegian voice.…

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There’s Only One Danny Garvey; a tale of hope, redemption and football

Full of depth and pathos with a good dose of Scottish wit, There’s Only One Danny Garvey is a book that is sure to stay with me. And if you’re a football fan, you’re on…

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The Big Chill; a cracking crime sequel

You may recall that back in the early days of 2020 I was lucky enough to read and review A Dark Matter, the first book in the quirky crime series by Scottish writer Doug Johnstone.…

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