BOOKS-ON-TOUR – Trust Me by Sheryl Browne

I sometimes think it might be nice to live in a small little village, where everyone knows each other, and there's no hustle and bustle; where there's a sense of comfort and kinship; where everyone looks out for their neighbour. But then again, at the same time as looking out for you, they might also... Continue Reading →

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Housewarming by S.E. Lynes

If there's one thing that Susie Lynes does really well, it's domestic noir, and with her latest offering, The Housewarming, she just proves that she's getting better and better at it! The morning that Ava Atkins straps two-year-old Abi into her stroller, parking her at the bottom of the stairs before running upstairs to gather... Continue Reading →

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – Gone Before by Sam Hepburn

When 5-year-old Maya Duncan disappeared 15 years ago, she was never found. She became the most famous British missing child case in history, leaving mystery and speculation in her wake, and many pointed fingers at her mother, Kay Duncan. Phoebe grew up in Botswana, raised by her single mother Roz, who she knows is not... Continue Reading →

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