Buried; a crime thriller to get lost in

So I began reading Lynda La Plante’s new crime thriller Buried just before lockdown set in – a time when my own anxiety at what’s happening at the moment was at its peak. Yes, initially…

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The Snakes; simmering, twisting slow burner

As soon as I finished The Snakes I realised that this novel has its perfect title… I absolutely love Sadie Jones’s novels The Outcast and Small Wars (if you’ve never read them, I recommend you…

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Death Deserved; A chance to win top Nordic Noir!

This is a cracker of a book – I couldn’t put it down! Death Deserved is Nordic Noir at its best. And Iā€™m giving you the chance to win a copy. Happy times! šŸ˜Š But…

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Recipe For A Perfect Wife; a simmering read

Wow! Recipe For A Perfect Wife is a thrilling page turner; a brooding story built upon layer upon layer of intrigue. It is nostalgic, it is sinister, it is thought provoking. I loved it! This…

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A Dark Matter; grit, intrigue and humour

A Dark Matter really gripped me – believe me – more than I thought it would. With an intriguing plot set in Edinburgh, I expected to like it, but I didn’t expect to absolutely love…

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