BLOG TOUR – Escape to Giddywell Grange by Kim Nash

Maddy Young thought she had it all.  Swanky city apartment? – yep. Fancy car? sorted. High-flying career? – tick. Even if she’s lost most of her friends because of spending all her time at work, and can’t remember when she last had fun, it’s worth it. Until she’s suddenly made redundant. Now she’s 37, jobless, … Continue reading BLOG TOUR – Escape to Giddywell Grange by Kim Nash

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BLOG TOUR – What Goes Around by Rachel Ellyn

What a delicious little morsel of betrayal, revenge, greed, lust and ... voodoo! This is a concise novella, so it's a quick read. It's highly enjoyable, but there's an edgy little warning to it too: don't mess with stuff you don't really understand! Alice is recently divorced from horrible husband Bob. The thing is, she … Continue reading BLOG TOUR – What Goes Around by Rachel Ellyn

BLOG TOUR – Live a Little by Madeleine Reiss

What a delightful story! Sisters Lottie and Tina are polar opposites. Lottie is down to earth, realistic and has her life on track. She's due to marry steadfast Dean, who she's been with for 10 years. Tina on the other hand, is happy-go-lucky, carefree and without a care in the world! She's determined to convince … Continue reading BLOG TOUR – Live a Little by Madeleine Reiss

BLOG TOUR – Children of Sinai by Shelley Clarke

How would you feel if you got caught up in a secret so vast it threatened everything the world had come to believe? That’s what happened to John Milburn, computer science lecturer, orphan, husband and father, who lived an ordinary life in Haverhill, Suffolk, England. That is, until the dreams started… From the idyllic calm … Continue reading BLOG TOUR – Children of Sinai by Shelley Clarke

BLOG TOUR – A Shadow on the Lens by Sam Hurcom

The year is 1904 and Thomas Bexley works for Scotland Yard as a specialist investigator in forensics. He is dispatched to the small village of Dinas Powys in South Wales, where a young girl, Betsan Tilney, has apparently been murdered in a most bizarre way. He arrives and is almost immediately struck down by a … Continue reading BLOG TOUR – A Shadow on the Lens by Sam Hurcom

BLOG TOUR – In the Absence of Miracles by Michael J. Malone

John Docherty is a school-teacher. He's just been made head of his department, and he's struggling to commit to his long-time (extremely patient) girlfriend Angela. But his mother's recently suffered a massive stroke and is currently in a care facility and she's going to have to remain there as she's unable to continue living on … Continue reading BLOG TOUR – In the Absence of Miracles by Michael J. Malone

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – A Dream of Italy by Nicky Pellegrino

This is the perfect holiday read! Salvio Valentini has the enviable job of being the youngest ever mayor of a small, picturesque town in Southern Italy. Although pretty, and with a close-knit community, Montenello is now far from the once majestic place it once was. It has nothing to draw tourists to it; no attractions … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – A Dream of Italy by Nicky Pellegrino

BLOG TOUR – Control by Hugh Montgomery

Just minutes after meeting his new boss, eminent surgeon Michael Trenchard, junior doctor Kash Devan knows that he wants to be exactly like him; his superior is the always the picture of cool, calm elegance and confidence. and Kash admires everything about the way he rules the corridors and operating theatres of Victory Hospital. Having … Continue reading BLOG TOUR – Control by Hugh Montgomery

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Do Not Feed the Bear by Rachel Elliot

With its rather unusual title and an eye-catching cover, this is one of those books that begs to be picked up and read. Told from varying points of view - even that of adored dog Stuart - this is a poignant story about loneliness, loss, melancholy, and a reminder that those who have left us … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Do Not Feed the Bear by Rachel Elliot

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – What You Did by Claire McGowan

As with my previous review where I suggested that going on holiday with your closest friends and their families might possibly not be the best idea, similarly here, a reunion weekend with your besties from college, with all your family et al in tow - over 20 years on - is probably not going to … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – What You Did by Claire McGowan