BLOG TOUR: Perfect Stranger by Jake Cross

This was creepy, unsettling and had an epic ending. You let her in. You’ll wish you hadn’t.Following a whirlwind romance, Rose and Chris’s marriage has been unshakeable for twenty years. But when teenager Katie turns up on their doorstep, blonde, wide-eyed and beautiful, their perfect life threatens to crumble to pieces. Because Katie says she’s … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Perfect Stranger by Jake Cross

BLOG TOUR: Lucy’s Last Straw by Debbie Viggiano

This book was SO much fun to read, I tore through it in a day because it's such an enjoyable, hilarious yet heartwarming book. It was the toothpaste smeared around the sink that broke my marriage. As I rubbed it away AGAIN, I was reminded of everything else I’ve put up with these twenty-five years. … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Lucy’s Last Straw by Debbie Viggiano

BLOG TOUR: The Girl in the Grave by Helen Phifer

This was intense, clever, fast-paced and I loved it. Silence falls as the coffin is lifted out of the ground, yesterday’s rain cascading from it like a waterfall. Glancing into what should have been an empty grave, everyone gasps at the sight of blueish-white fingers exposed in the soil below...When the body of a teenage … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: The Girl in the Grave by Helen Phifer

Bookish Bites: Last Lullaby by Carol Wyers

Hello, and welcome to my new feature! 'Bookish Bites' is a quickfire review round, where I write shorter reviews based off quick and easy to answer questions. If you don't have the time to read lengthy reviews all the time, then this is the one for you! Kicking off this feature is Last Lullaby by … Continue reading Bookish Bites: Last Lullaby by Carol Wyers

Child’s Play by Angela Marsons

What can I say really? Angela has absolutely smashed it yet again, with another brilliant Detective Kim Stone novel! Finally we’re playing a game. A game that I have chosen. I give one last push of the roundabout and stand back. 'You really should have played with me,’ I tell her again although I know … Continue reading Child’s Play by Angela Marsons

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: 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

BLOG TOUR: Fierce Girl by Emma Tallon

Okay, honestly, I haven't read any of the previous books in this series but after reading this I 100% will be, because oh my god this was awesome. Anna Davis has grown up. She’s not the naive runaway who escaped her vicious gangland boyfriend anymore. She’s tougher than ever and she won’t let anyone take … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Fierce Girl by Emma Tallon

BLOG TOUR: Catch Your Death by Kierney Scott

This was fast-paced, electrifying and super intense, and I thought the crime was a brilliantly written mystery. There were five of them once. Now the others are all dead. And he's next.When FBI Agent Jess Bishop gets an urgent and scared phone call in the middle of the night, she sets off to Gracemount Academy, … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Catch Your Death by Kierney Scott