Killing Kindness by Lisa Sell

Lisa asked for a little help spreading the word by sharing the first chapter of her new novel, and I’m happy to oblige. Please find below, along with a link to purchase the book if it tickles your crime tastebuds! Summer 1992: The Six, a group of teenagers, met in a disused mill every night.Continue reading “Killing Kindness by Lisa Sell”

Blog Tour stop: Review of London In Black by Jack Lutz

(I received a copy of this book in return for an honest review. And boy am I glad I did, I loved it.) FROM THE COVER: THE ATTACKS WON’T STOP. NEITHER WILL SHE. LONDON 2027. Terrorists deploy London Black, a highly sophisticated nerve gas, at Waterloo Station. For ten percent of the population – theContinue reading “Blog Tour stop: Review of London In Black by Jack Lutz”

Review of Eight Detectives, by Alex Pavesi

Whilst I love a whodunnit, I’m always terrible at working out who did it. To be fair for this book, I didn’t even try, I let the story wash over me like I was watching a lush BBC adaptation; set on a beautiful sun-bleached island, where I recline in the shade of a tree, withContinue reading “Review of Eight Detectives, by Alex Pavesi”

Review of Bad Apples by Will Dean

Tried to combine the Hallowe’en, forest and pumpkin themes running through the book with a literal evil apple… so yes, that’s permanent marker badly applied to a fruit, with a mini Christmas tree. I’ve not read any Will Dean before, so this Tuva novel is my introduction to his work. I can only say wow,Continue reading “Review of Bad Apples by Will Dean”

Throwback Thursday – Great North Road by Peter F Hamilton

I absolutely love this giant of a book. I bought it in paperback first, which was huge. I read it, and it became my favourite book for a long while. Then I found the hardback in Poundland of all places and I couldn’t leave it there. So now I have two huge books, on aContinue reading “Throwback Thursday – Great North Road by Peter F Hamilton”

Review of Rabbit Hole by Jon Richter

I’ve just finished Rabbit Hole by Jon Richter, and I loved this unusual book. The plot progresses via chapters transcribing a true crime cold case podcast called The Frozen Files, interleaved with chapters focussing on the host Elaine Napier herself. She has, it’s fair to say, a troubled existence, and it certainly seems to predisposeContinue reading “Review of Rabbit Hole by Jon Richter”