Blog Tour: “The Accusation” by Zosia Wand

I have just finished writing my review for this book. It will appear only blog on June 25th as part of a “blog tour”. I’ve not been involved in one previously, so hopefully it will be a success. Please drop in on the other venues.

NetGalley#07: “The Wolves of Winter” by Tyrell Johnson

This was a review copy kindly provided by the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. I found this to be a thoroughly enjoyable and thrilling read. The author, Tyrell Johnson, breathes life and vitality into his characters, especially our heroine, with his prose and dialogue; he makes every single word…

NetGalley#06: “East of Hounslow” by Khurrum Rahman

This was a review copy kindly provided by the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Where to start? At the beginning is best they say, so here goes. Back in June of this year I attended an event at Bradford Literary Festival and was intrigued by the passionate way in…

NetGalley#05: “The Girl Who Came Back” by Kerry Wilkinson

This was a review copy kindly provided by the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. I had just come off a great streak of form with my reading choices; a “hat-trick” of wonderful debut crime novels by new British writers whose work left me eager to turn the pages and…

NetGalley#04: “Behind Her Eyes” by Sarah Pinborough

This was a review copy kindly provided by the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. “Don’t trust this book. Don’t trust this story. Don’t trust yourself.” So reads the strapline for this book. However, I urge you to trust me and I implore you to beg, borrow or steal a…

NetGalley#03: “The Girl In The Ice” by Robert Bryndza

“The Girl In The Ice” by Robert Bryndza This was a review copy kindly provided by the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. I found this to be thoroughly entertaining and enjoyable read. Robert Bryndza has created a plausible, likeable and feisty character in Detective Erika Foster and her team…

NetGalley#02: “The Girl Who Wouldn’t Die” by Marnie Riches

This was a review copy kindly provided by the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. When bombs rip through Amsterdam, English student Georgina “George” McKenzie becomes embroiled in the hunt for those responsible. In doing so, she places herself, her student friends and those she cares for into danger. I…

NetGalley#01: “Street Art Santiago” by Lord K2

This was a review copy kindly provided by the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. This is a beautiful book. The design and layout is exquisite; the typography used and the photographs, not just of the street art but of the street artists at work too, are wonderful. My only…