BLOG TOUR: The Divorce by Victoria Jenkins

I thought this was a really unusual thriller, that absolutely flew by, in a fascinating setting. I thought I knew how to help them. I knew nothing.When Lydia and Josh Green walk into Karen’s office for counselling one rainy February morning, Karen sees a couple under stress, almost at breaking point. A husband working long … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: The Divorce by Victoria Jenkins

BLOG TOUR: Death in Avignon by Serena Kent

This was a detailed and different murder mystery, with a quaint setting and a likeable main character. Glamour, intrigue, and a mystery to die for...When Penelope Kite attends a gallery opening on the arm of the gorgeous mayor of St Merlot, her dream life in Provence seems finally to have become a reality.But beneath the … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Death in Avignon by Serena Kent

BLOG TOUR: The Perfect Betrayal by Lauren North

What. A. Book. This kept me hooked the whole way through the book, and I had no idea what was going to happen until the end. After the sudden death of her husband, Tess is drowning in grief. All she has left is her son, Jamie, and she’ll do anything to protect him – but she’s struggling to … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: The Perfect Betrayal by Lauren North

BLOG TOUR: Kill For Me by Rebecca Bradley

This was a fast-paced, intriguing and unusual crime novel, with an intelligent yet emotional detective and a very satisfying ending. A deadly game. An unstoppable killer. The perfect alibi.Lucy Anderson is late collecting her daughter from nursery. A mistake that could prove fatal. Her daughter is gone and there is only one way Lucy can get … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Kill For Me by Rebecca Bradley

BLOG TOUR: The Child Before by Michael Scanlon

This was a detailed, intriguing and complex mystery, with an interesting main detective and a horrific, scary crime. She began to sing, the girl. Her voice was soft, so soft it was almost of the wind. It was a lullaby. She cradled her arms, rocking them gently back and forth. As if she was holding … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: The Child Before by Michael Scanlon

They Call Me The Cat Lady by Amy Miller

This adorable, personal and moving story of Nancy Jones, her five cats, and her past, was honestly lovely to read. You’ve seen me on the street. You’ve walked past my house, and pointed, and wondered. The cat lady. All on my own, with only my five cats to keep me company. Did no-one ever tell … Continue reading They Call Me The Cat Lady by Amy Miller

Keep Her Close by M. J. Ford

This was a brilliant, compulsive thriller, that kept me on the edge of my seat throughout. When a young girl goes missing from an Oxford College, DI Josie Masters is on a race against time to find her. However, when more kidnappers happen, unforeseen connections begin to appear... I loved this novel - it was … Continue reading Keep Her Close by M. J. Ford