In Twilight’s Hush by Laurie Stevens #BookReview #GabrielMcRay4 #FYDMedia #4*

Detective Gabriel McRay investigates a cold case from 1988 involving a missing teenager named Nancy Lewicki. Evidence is sparse and Gabriel has no leads. Much to his dismay, a celebrity psychic, Carmen Jenette, hypes the unsolved case on her television show. Gabriel warns Carmen not to interfere. Meanwhile, strange dreams of water and corpses haunt Gabriel’s sleep. They unnerve him as he plans his wedding … Continue reading In Twilight’s Hush by Laurie Stevens #BookReview #GabrielMcRay4 #FYDMedia #4*

Singapore Fire by Murray Bailey #BookReview #AshCarter6 #BlogTour #5*

It’s a new year and a potential new beginning. Ash Carter is in love, but Su Ling is inextricably linked to Andrew Yipp, the head of the biggest Chinese Secret Society in Singapore. Political tensions are high and the Secretary for International Security tasks Carter to find evidence against Yipp. Fail to do so and Su Ling will be arrested and charged. Once again caught … Continue reading Singapore Fire by Murray Bailey #BookReview #AshCarter6 #BlogTour #5*

Remain Silent by Susie Steiner #BookReview #ManonBradshaw3 #TheBoroughPress #NetGalley #4.5*

‘A brilliantly gripping tale’ LUCY FOLEY A TRAGIC DEATH. A TOWN FILLED WITH SECRETS. A NAMELESS BODYA young man is found hanging from a tree, with nothing to identify him. NO LEADS TO FOLLOWWas he driven to suicide, or was he silenced? Somebody knows, but they’re not saying. WHO’S NEXT? With potential witnesses too scared to talk to her, can DI Manon Bradshaw discover the truth … Continue reading Remain Silent by Susie Steiner #BookReview #ManonBradshaw3 #TheBoroughPress #NetGalley #4.5*

The Talk of Pram Town by Joanna Nadin #Book Review #PanMacmillan-Mantle #NetGalley #4*

It’s 1981. Eleven-year-old Sadie adores her beautiful and vibrant mother, Connie, whose dreams of making it big as a singer fill their tiny house in Leeds. It’s always been just the two of them. Until the unthinkable happens. Jean hasn’t seen her good-for-nothing daughter Connie since she ran away from the family home in Harlow – or Pram Town as its inhabitants affectionately call it – aged seventeen and … Continue reading The Talk of Pram Town by Joanna Nadin #Book Review #PanMacmillan-Mantle #NetGalley #4*

A Good Father by Catherine Talbot #BookReview #Penguin #NetGalley #4*

‘Brilliant … I couldn’t stop reading’Jo Spain Des is a good husband, a good father – a good man. He encourages his wife’s artistic endeavours, reads bedtime stories to his children every night, and holds down a well-paid, if unfulfilling, job. But appearances can be deceptive. Lately, his wife seems to be forgetting that her art is for his eyes only. And rumours at work … Continue reading A Good Father by Catherine Talbot #BookReview #Penguin #NetGalley #4*

Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro #Book Review #Faber&Faber #NetGalley #4*

One of the most acclaimed novels of the 21st Century, from the Nobel Prize-winning author Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize Kazuo Ishiguro imagines the lives of a group of students growing up in a darkly skewed version of contemporary England. Narrated by Kathy, now thirty-one, Never Let Me Go dramatises her attempts to come to terms with her childhood at the seemingly idyllic Hailsham School and … Continue reading Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro #Book Review #Faber&Faber #NetGalley #4*

Saving the World by Paola Diana #BookReview #QuartetBooks #MidasPR #3.5*

A passionate call for international gender equality by a leading entrepreneur; this smart, accessible and inspiring book makes the case for why all nations need more women at the top of politics and economics. `The status of women is a global challenge; it touches every human being without exception. How is it possible that countries where women have achieved political, economic and social rights after … Continue reading Saving the World by Paola Diana #BookReview #QuartetBooks #MidasPR #3.5*

Death at Rainbow Cottage by Jo Allen #BookReview #DCISatterthwaite4 #BlogTour #RachelsRandomResources #5*

At the end of the rainbow, a man lies dead. The apparently motiveless murder of a man outside the home of controversial equalities activist Claud Blackwell and his neurotic wife, Natalie, is shocking enough for a peaceful local community. When it’s followed by another apparently random killing immediately outside Claud’s office, DCI Jude Satterthwaite has his work cut out. Is Claud the killer, or the … Continue reading Death at Rainbow Cottage by Jo Allen #BookReview #DCISatterthwaite4 #BlogTour #RachelsRandomResources #5*

A Wedding on Sunflower Street – Rachel Griffiths #BookReview #SunflowerStreet5 #CosyCottageBooks #5*

Summer has come to Sunflower Street and there’s excitement in the air… Lila Edwards is enjoying her pregnancy and counting down the days until her June wedding. Lila’s fiancé, Ethan Morris, has decorated the nursery, and everything seems to be going to plan until an unexpected visitor arrives in the village. Roxie and Fletcher Walker are enjoying the summer with their two dogs and Roxie … Continue reading A Wedding on Sunflower Street – Rachel Griffiths #BookReview #SunflowerStreet5 #CosyCottageBooks #5*

The Little Ice Cream Shop by the Sea by Lizzie Chantree #BookReview #LemonMeringue #5*

From the international bestselling author of If you love me, I’m yours, Ninja School Mum and Babe Driven. Genie’s family is in crisis.  Their seafront business is failing with the loss of Genie’s grandmother and her legendary ice cream flavours. Genie is determined to be the one to save her family’s heritage, but suddenly her mother wants to sell to developers and leave their shared history behind. Buying the business … Continue reading The Little Ice Cream Shop by the Sea by Lizzie Chantree #BookReview #LemonMeringue #5*