Tag: Angela Marsons

May Wrap-Up

And another month bites the dust. What a year this is turning out to be. I can’t wrap my head around what’s happening in the world right now and I’m not just talking about this crazy virus. Lockdown measures have been eased here but I’m still staying safely in my own little bubble. (Two hours…

Weekly Wrap-Up (December 15)

Diiiiiiiid ya miss me? 🤣 Technically, I suppose this is more of a monthly wrap-up because it’s been a while. That pesky socialising crap got in the way of writing up these posts. That would have been somewhat okay if the weekends of socialising had actually been the best time ever but no such luck.…

Top 15 Favourite Series of 2019

It’s that time of year again, when I look back on all the brilliant books I’ve had the pleasure of reading. December seems to be coming around faster and faster. As predicted, 2019 was a fantastic year for books and putting these end-of-year lists together was tough! Like last year, I’ve split my favourite books…

Child’s Play by Angela Marsons | @WriteAngie @bookouture

Delighted to join the blog tour for Child’s Play by Angela Marsons today! Huge thanks to Kim Nash at Bookouture for the invitation to join and for the review copy! Author : Angela MarsonsTitle : Child’s PlaySeries : DI Kim Stone #11Pages : 359Publisher : BookouturePublication date : July 11, 2019 Late one summer evening, Detective…

Weekly Wrap-Up (July 6)

This wrap-up might be somewhat on the short side because I have friends coming over this afternoon and a bajillion things to do. While I’ve been putting this post together, the other half started vacuuming so now I’m wondering if I just sit here and look busy, if he’ll tackle some other chores from my…

Dead Memories by Angela Marsons | @WriteAngie @bookouture | #DeadMemories #NetGalley #recommended

On the fourth floor of Chaucer House, two teenagers are found chained to a radiator. The boy is dead but the girl is alive. For Detective Kim Stone every detail of the scene mirrors her own terrifying experience with her brother Mikey, when they lived in the same tower block thirty years ago.  When the bodies of…