BLOG TOUR REVIEW: Eat Less by Jeremy & Georgina Jackson-Sytner (With Elizabeth Scott-Moncrieff, MSC)

And now ... as they say ... for something completely different! A brief diversion from the normal novels (although for some, possibly a horror story!), today, as I'm reviewing a book that takes a look at eating habits. It's not a diet book - in fact, it boldly describes itself as an 'anti-obesity manifesto'. For … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW: Eat Less by Jeremy & Georgina Jackson-Sytner (With Elizabeth Scott-Moncrieff, MSC)

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BLOG BLITZ REVIEW – The Disappeared by Sibel Hodge

School teacher Nicole Palmer is still trying to get over her husband Mason's tragic death 10 months after he was killed in a plane crash in the African country of Narumbe when she receives what can only be something from someone playing a hideous joke: a photo of Mason ... very much alive. It's impossible … Continue reading BLOG BLITZ REVIEW – The Disappeared by Sibel Hodge

Blog Tour Review – For the Missing by Lina Bengtsdotter

So excited to bring you my first blog tour review of 2019!! A Swedish noir that won the Crimetime Specsavers Best Debut Award! It's the first in a series featuring DI Charlie Lager, For the Missing and it's a chilling, atmospheric slow-burner that picks up the pace ... starting off slowly, with many hints as to … Continue reading Blog Tour Review – For the Missing by Lina Bengtsdotter

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Doll Collector by Joanna Stephen-Ward

Watch out Sweetpea (CJ Skuse), I think you've met your match! Gloria is as messed up and awful a character as you are! How often do you come across people you dislike; people who you feel have done you wrong and who you'd like to get your revenge over on? And how often do you … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Doll Collector by Joanna Stephen-Ward

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Someone Like Me by M.R. Carey

The first thing I need to say is that I absolutely love the fact that the author, a MAN - the 'M' is for 'Mike' - has the incredible ability to create such strong, resilient female protagonists. He must have had some pretty amazing role-models in his life! I've had 'The Girl With All the … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Someone Like Me by M.R. Carey

BLOG BLITZ REVIEW – Anonymity by John Nicholl

This has got to be one of the most chilling books I've ever read! Psychological thrillers that are fast-paced and keep you on the edge of your seat are fabulous - you want to keep turning those pages until that killer's revealed. But here, you find out who the killer is really early on, and … Continue reading BLOG BLITZ REVIEW – Anonymity by John Nicholl

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Fishing for Maui by Isa Pearl Ritchie

A novel about food, whānau, and mental illness. Blurb: Valerie reads George Eliot to get to sleep – just to take her mind off worries over her patients, her children, their father and the next family dinner. Elena is so obsessed with health, traditional food, her pregnancy and her blog she doesn’t notice that her … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Fishing for Maui by Isa Pearl Ritchie

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Other Sister by Elle Croft

I could not put this one down! It's the quintessential psychological thriller that will keep you up at night and keep you guessing with every page. Ryan Mills is thrilled that his sister Gina is back in his life after many years of estrangement, relating to the family's breakdown after the tragic loss of their … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Other Sister by Elle Croft

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Water and the Wine by Tamar Hodes

After reading this I did wonder if the whole idea of artist colonies and the like are really so great after all. All that ego and hedonism in one place! Is there really anywhere large enough to handle it?! Tamar Hodes has based this partly autobiographical novel on Hydra in the 60's. It's a time … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Water and the Wine by Tamar Hodes

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Dream Wife by Louisa de Lange

Far fetched? Possibly. But sadly, as they say, the truth is stranger than fiction. This truth, however, happens more often than we would like to think: men who appear loving and 'perfect' on the surface but who hide something much darker behind that charming facade. That's the case with David who manages to con Annie … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Dream Wife by Louisa de Lange