Cradle To Grave by Rachel Amphlett | @RachelAmphlett | #20BooksofSummer

Author : Rachel AmphlettTitle : Cradle to GraveSeries : DI Kay Hunter #8Pages : 370Publisher : Saxon PublishingPublication date : October 9, 2020 When a faceless body is found floating in the river on a summer’s morning, Detective Kay Hunter and her team are tasked with finding out the man’s identity – and where he […]

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This Week in Books (June 17)

Hosted by Lipsy Lost and Found, my Wednesday post gives you a taste of what I’m reading this week. A similar meme is run by Taking on a World of Words. When a body is pulled out of an office fire, three women are first in line for questioning.All of them have reasons for wanting revenge against […]

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The Legacy by Yrsa Sigurðardóttir | #20BooksofSummer

Author : Yrsa SigurðardóttirTitle : The LegacySeries : Children’s House #1Pages : 455Publisher : Hodder & StoughtonPublication date : May 30, 2017 The murder was meant as a punishment – but what sin could justify the method? The only person who might have answers is the victim’s seven-year-old daughter, found hiding in the room where […]

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The Last One To See Her by Mark Tilbury | @MTilburyAuthor

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for The Last One To See Her by Mark Tilbury! My thanks to Mark for the invitation to join the tour and for the review copy. Make sure you also check out my dear friend Zoé’s review. Author : Mark TilburyTitle : The Last One To See […]

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Killing Mind by Angela Marsons | @WriteAngie @bookouture

Delighted to join the blog tour for Killing Mind by Angela Marsons today! My thanks to Kim Nash at Bookouture for the invitation. Author : Angela MarsonsTitle : Killing MindSeries : DI Kim Stone #12Pages :Publisher : BookouturePublication date : May 13, 2020 When Detective Kim Stone is called to the home of Samantha Brown, she finds […]

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The Roy and Castells series by Johana Gustawsson

So, you’re a bookworm. And suddenly, you find you have the time to read as much as you’ve always wanted to. What better time to start catching up on series than right now?! I thought I’d offer some tips over the next few days/weeks/months (? Yikes!) Today, I’m shining the spotlight on the Roy and […]

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This Week in Books (April 15)

Hosted by Lipsy Lost and Found, my Wednesday post gives you a taste of what I’m reading this week. A similar meme is run by Taking on a World of Words. Thirty years ago, a child was found in the woods. He had been living a feral existence, with no memory of how he got there or […]

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