Turn a Blind Eye [review]

Title: Turn a Blind Eye [audiobook version] Author: Vicky Newham Series: DI Maya Rahman Publisher: HQ [Synopsis] A twisted killer has a deadly riddle for DI Maya Rahman to solve in this pulse-racing thriller, the first in an addictive new series set in East London. A headmistress is found strangled in her East London school, her… Continue reading Turn a Blind Eye [review]


The Memory Chamber [audiobook review]

Title: The Memory Chamber Author: Holly Cave Publisher: Quercus [Synopsis] True death is a thing of the past. Now you can spend the rest of eternity reliving your happiest memories: that first kiss, falling in love, the birth of your children, enjoyed on loop for ever and ever. Isobel is a Heaven Architect, and she… Continue reading The Memory Chamber [audiobook review]

The Other Us [audiobook review]

Title: The Other Us Author: Fiona Harper Publisher: HarperCollins UK [Synopsis] If you could turn back time, would you choose a different life? Forty-something Maggie is facing some hard truths. Her only child has flown the nest for university and, without her daughter in the house, she’s realising her life, and her marriage to Dan,… Continue reading The Other Us [audiobook review]

The Case of Mary Bell: A Portrait of a Child Who Murdered [audiobook review]

Title: The Case of Mary Bell: A Portrait of a Child Who Murdered  Author: Gitta Sereny Format: Audiobook [Synopsis] In December 1968 two girls who lived next door to each other - Mary, aged eleven, and Norma, thirteen - stood before a criminal court in Newcastle, accused of strangling two little boys; Martin Brown, four… Continue reading The Case of Mary Bell: A Portrait of a Child Who Murdered [audiobook review]

Why Mummy Drinks [audiobook review]

Title: Why Mummy Drinks Author: Gill Sims Publisher: HarperCollins [Synopsis] Why Mummy Drinks is the brilliant novel from Gill Sims, the author of the online sensation Peter and Jane. It is Mummy’s 39th birthday. She is staring down the barrel of a future of people asking if she wants to come to their advanced yoga… Continue reading Why Mummy Drinks [audiobook review]

Give Me The Child [audiobook review]

Title: Give Me The Child Author: Mel McGrath Publisher: HQ [Synopsis] An unexpected visitor. Dr Cat Lupo aches for another child, despite the psychosis which marked her first pregnancy. So when Ruby Winter, a small girl in need of help, arrives in the middle of the night, it seems like fate. A devastating secret. But as… Continue reading Give Me The Child [audiobook review]

The A to Z of Everything [audiobook review]

Title: The A to Z of Everything Author: Debbie Johnson Publisher: HarperCollins UK Format: Audiobook [Synopsis] P is for Paris where it all began. J is for Jealousy where it all came undone. But the most important letter is F. F is for Forgiveness, the hardest of all. Sisters Poppy and Rose used to be as… Continue reading The A to Z of Everything [audiobook review]

Perfect Prey [audiobook review]

Title: Perfect Prey Author: Helen Fields Publisher: Avon [My Review] As I haven't read the first in the series, I was approaching this (which I listened to on audiobook) from the point of view of someone new to the series. The D.I. Callanach series seems like a solid, interesting and - at times - very… Continue reading Perfect Prey [audiobook review]

Ginny Moon – audiobook [review]

Title: Ginny Moon Author: Benjamin Ludwig Publisher: HQ [Synopsis] Meet Ginny. She’s fourteen, autistic, and has a heart-breaking secret… Ginny Moon is trying to make sense of a world that just doesn’t seem to add up…. After years in foster care, Ginny is in her fourth forever family, finally with parents who will love her.… Continue reading Ginny Moon – audiobook [review]

The Second Sister [review]

Title: The Second Sister Author: Claire Kendal Format: Audiobook Publisher:  HarperAudio [Synopsis] It is ten years since Ella's sister Miranda disappeared without trace, leaving her young baby behind. Chilling new evidence links Miranda to the horrifying Jason Thorne, now in prison for murdering several women. Is it possible that Miranda knew him? At thirty, Miranda’s… Continue reading The Second Sister [review]