Tag: crime

The Thursday murder Club by Richard Osman | @richardosman @VikingBooksUK @EllieeHud | #blogtour

Absolutely delighted to host a stop on the blog tour for The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman today! Huge thanks to Ellie at Viking for the invitation to join and for the fab review copy! Author : Richard OsmanTitle : The Thursday Murder ClubPages : 376Publisher : Viking / Penguin UKPublication date : September…

Eight Detectives by Alex Pavesi

Author : Alex PavesiTitle : Eight DetectivesPages : 340Publisher : Michael Joseph / PenguinPublication date : August 20, 2020 All murder mysteries follow a simple set of rules. Grant McAllister, an author of crime fiction and professor of mathematics, once sat down and worked them all out. But that was thirty years ago. Now he’s…

July Wrap-Up

2020 is shaping up to be one of the fastest and yet also longest years ever. I don’t know about you but I can’t really say I’ve done anything meaningful the past seven months. Not that I’m at all complaining about the lack of socialising, you understand. But it’s August now and I don’t even…

Black River by Will Dean | @willrdean @PtBlankBks @margotbookpr | #BlackRiver #Tuva3

Many thanks to Margot at Point Blank and Will Dean for my signed proof copy! Author : Will DeanTitle : Black RiverSeries : Tuva Moodyson #3Pages : 363Publisher : Point BlankPublication date : March 12, 2020 FEAR  Tuva’s been living clean in southern Sweden for four months when she receives horrifying news. Her best friend…

The Murder House by Michael Wood | @MichaelHWood @0neMoreChapter_

Author : Michael WoodTitle : The Murder HouseSeries : DCI Matilda Darke #5Pages : 400Publisher : One More ChapterPublication date : January 31, 2020 It’s the most disturbing crime scene DCI Matilda Darke has ever seen… The morning after a wedding reception at a beautiful suburban home in Sheffield, the bride’s entire family are stabbed…

Weekly Wrap-Up (February 2)

Technically this isn’t a weekly wrap-up but more of a look back on the month of January. You may have noticed there haven’t been any weekly wrap-ups because I just haven’t had the time to write them up. January is a blur of shopping, dinners, lunches, parties and one really bad hangover that made me…