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 – 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 – Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh

This was my first introduction to legal eagle Eddie Flynn, as I hadn't read the books that came before this one (this works well as a standalone). I'll gladly hunt down those books though! So ... Eddie Flynn ... rather an unconventional and unexpected hero to be honest! From the outset I wasn't quite sure... Continue Reading →

BOOK REVIEW – The Vanished Child by M.J. Lee

Jayne Sinclair is a genealogical investigator. She basically traces lost relatives. However, she herself seems somewhat lost. Her husband has left her, and she’s drifting about feeling quite sorry for herself. She is not the strongest protagonist. Her latest case is not helping matters much. Her elderly father’s new wife, Vera, reveals that her own... Continue Reading →

  I’m thrilled, honoured and most privileged to be here on Day 2 of the Blog Tour of The Good Samaritan by John Marrs. Thanks have to go to Tracy Fenton of THE Book Club, not only for inviting me, but also for creating a truly amazing online haven and marvellous home from home for... Continue Reading →

BOOK REVIEW – The Liberation by Kate Furnivall

Kate Furnivall is known for her sweeping, epic novels and The Liberation will not disappoint those who’ve loved her previous books. Set in a post WWII Italy that is struggling to find itself and regain some of its former glory, Furnivall artfully depicts what it must have been like to live in a post-war era.... Continue Reading →

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