BLOG BLITZ REVIEW – The Woman at Number 19 by J.A. Baker

An absolutely brilliant, unputdownable, cracker of a read! I hate comparing books, but for me, this was slightly reminiscent of The Woman in the Window. It had the same sense of a woman being trapped both within herself and her home, by her life and circumstances and unable to move forward. Esther has suffered a … Continue reading BLOG BLITZ REVIEW – The Woman at Number 19 by J.A. Baker

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BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Stone Cold Heart (Cat Kinsella #2) by Caz Frear

Although this is is the second in a series featuring DC Cat Kinsella, and it's recommended that the first book, Sweet Little Lies, be read first, Stone Cold Heart can easily be read as a standalone as the reader is provided with enough background information. The book starts off with Joseph Madden, Cat's barista seemingly … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Stone Cold Heart (Cat Kinsella #2) by Caz Frear

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Am I Guilty by Jackie Kabler

One of those pacey, excellent reads told from varying points of view that you just can't put down until you find out what really happened! Thea - had it all: gorgeous husband Rupert, 8-year-old daughter Millie, baby son, Zander, online business selling baby clothes. Annabelle - married to Greg, 11-year-old son Oliver, 8-year-old daughter Nell … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Am I Guilty by Jackie Kabler

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Kill For Me (DI Hannah Robbins #5) by Rebecca Bradley

What lengths would you go to to protect your deepest, darkest secret? Well, I don't have a deep, dark secret, so I'm really not sure what I'd do to ensure that people don't find out about it, but Rebecca Bradley has created a cast of characters who have a lot to hide. She's also produced … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Kill For Me (DI Hannah Robbins #5) by Rebecca Bradley

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Your Deepest Fear by David Jackson

Although this is the fourth in a series of books featuring DI Nathan Cody, having not read the first three books, I feel that this worked well as a standalone. Jackson gives enough background information for readers who haven't read previous books to know what's going on, so you don't feel left in the dark. … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Your Deepest Fear by David Jackson

BLOG BLITZ REVIEW – The Cleansing by J.A. Baker

Ooooooh ... don't you love stories set in small villages? Quirky people, suspicion lurking around every corner, dark undertones that abound in almost every interaction. J.A. Baker dishes it all up in spades, from the minute Ray, the newcomer to Whitchurch, walks into the local bar, and silence suddenly and noticeably descends on the place! … Continue reading BLOG BLITZ REVIEW – The Cleansing by J.A. Baker

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – A Gift For Dying by M.J. Arlidge

Troubled teen, Kassie Wojcek has a gift - she can look into someone's eyes and know exactly when and how they're going to die. So she keeps to herself, and tries her best not to look people in the eye. But when she bumps into a high profile assistant state attorney, triggering a chain of … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – A Gift For Dying by M.J. Arlidge

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Bloody hell!!! Wow!! Amazing!! Brilliant!! OMG!!! Gob-smackingly good!!!¬† I read a lot of books, a lot of thrillers, and a LOT of psychological thrillers. You get a bit jaded, and a bit blas√© about plotlines, twists that you think you see staring you in the face, and surprises that don't come as too much of … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Boy At The Door by Alex Dahl

Following on from the theme of my previous review, where the main characters were insidiously despicable ... I present you with Cecelia Wilborg, who possesses not one redeeming quality! Oh, she looks quite perfect on the outside: beautiful to look at, always immaculate, a magnificent home, handsome, successful husband who adores her, two pretty daughters … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Boy At The Door by Alex Dahl