No Time To Cry by James Oswald [review]

No Time To Cry

Title: No Time To Cry Author: James Oswald Series: DC Constance Fairchild Publisher: Headline [Synopsis] Undercover ops are always dangerous, but DC Constance Fairchild never expected things to go this wrong. Returning to their base of operations, an anonymous office in a shabby neighbourhood, she finds the bloodied body of her boss, and friend, DI… Continue reading No Time To Cry by James Oswald [review]

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Lethal White by Robert Galbraith [review]

Lethal White

Title: Lethal White Author: Robert Galbraith Series: Cormoran Strike Publisher: Sphere [Synopsis] “I seen a kid killed…He strangled it, up by the horse.” When Billy, a troubled young man, comes to private eye Cormoran Strike’s office to ask for his help investigating a crime he thinks he witnessed as a child, Strike is left deeply… Continue reading Lethal White by Robert Galbraith [review]

Death in Dulwich [blog tour review]

Today I'm reviewing the first in the London Murder Mysteries series, Death in Dulwich! Read on to find out more and see what I thought... Title: Death in Dulwich Author: Alice Castle Series: The London Murder Mysteries series [Synopsis] Thirty-something single mum Beth Haldane is forced to become Dulwich's answer to Miss Marple when she stumbles… Continue reading Death in Dulwich [blog tour review]

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]

Anna by @MrsAmandaProwse [review]

Title: Anna Author: Amanda Prowse Publisher: Head of Zeus [Synopsis] One Love, Two Stories. Anna Cole grew up in care, and is determined to start a family of her own. Theo Montgomery had a loveless childhood, and wants only to find his soulmate. Then, one day, Theo meets Anna, and Anna meets Theo. Two damaged… Continue reading Anna by @MrsAmandaProwse [review]

Entanglement by @KatyMahood [review]

Title: Entanglement Author: Katy Mahood Publisher: The Borough Press [Synopsis] 2007: at the end of a momentous day, Charlie, Stella and John cross paths under the arches of Paddington Station. As Charlie locks eyes with Stella across the platform, a brief, powerful spark of recognition flashes between them. But they are strangers … aren’t they?… Continue reading Entanglement by @KatyMahood [review]

The Wicked Cometh [review]

Title: The Wicked Cometh Author: Laura Carlin Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton [Synopsis] The year is 1831. Down the murky alleyways of London, acts of unspeakable wickedness are taking place and no one is willing to speak out on behalf of the city's vulnerable poor as they disappear from the streets. Out of these shadows comes Hester White,… Continue reading The Wicked Cometh [review]

You Don’t Know Me [review]

Title: You Don’t Know Me Author: Imran Mahmood Publisher: Michael Joseph UK [My Review] You Don’t Know Me is a novel with a really interesting-sounding storyline but one which I unfortunately just didn’t get on with. The way the story told is unique – the defendant seems to have decided to represent himself and is giving his… Continue reading You Don’t Know Me [review]

Miss Christie Regrets [review]

Title: Miss Christie Regrets Author: Guy Fraser-Sampson Publisher: Urbane Publications [Synopsis] The second in the Hampstead Murders series opens with a sudden death at an iconic local venue, which some of the team believe may be connected with an unsolved murder featuring Cold War betrayals worthy of George Smiley. It soon emerges that none other… Continue reading Miss Christie Regrets [review]

Deadly Alibi [review]

Title: Deadly Alibi Author: Leigh Russell Publisher: No Exit Press [Synopsis] Two murder victims and a suspect whose alibi appears open to doubt.... Geraldine Steel is plunged into a double murder investigation which threatens not only her career, but her life. And then her previously unknown twin Helena turns up, with problems which are about… Continue reading Deadly Alibi [review]