The Box Hill Killer by Biba Pearce #BookReview #DetectiveRobMiller4 #JoffeBooks #5*

A HEARTSTOPPING MYSTERY FROM YOUR NEW CRIME FICTION OBSESSION: BIBA PEARCE. Twelve years ago, Noah Palmer went for a bike ride and never came home. His body is found in the Box Hill woods, a five-pointed star carved in his chest. He is the fourth victim of a serial killer who has never been caught. Now, a young woman is involved in a shooting outside Harrods … Continue reading The Box Hill Killer by Biba Pearce #BookReview #DetectiveRobMiller4 #JoffeBooks #5*

The Secrets of Latimer House by Jules Wake #BookReview #BlogTour #OneMoreChapter #Rachel’sRandomResources #NetGalley #5*

# Used by the SOE to hold Nazi prisoners of war, this stunning historical novel is inspired by the untold story of the secret listeners of ‘M Room’ who worked day and night to help the Allies win the war. In the war against Hitler every secret counts… Society heiress Evelyn Brooke-Edwards is a skilled interrogator – her beauty making her a non-threat in the eyes of … Continue reading The Secrets of Latimer House by Jules Wake #BookReview #BlogTour #OneMoreChapter #Rachel’sRandomResources #NetGalley #5*

Death Comes to Bishops Well by Anna Legat #BookReview #BlogTour #TheShiresMysteries1 #HeadlineAccent #Rachel’sRandomResources #NetGalley #4*

BOOK ONE IN THE SHIRES MYSTERIES – A TWISTY NEW WHODUNNIT. When Sam Dee moves to the beautiful Wiltshire village of Bishops Well, he expects a quiet life of country walks and pub lunches. OK, so his new neighbour, Maggie Kaye, is a little peculiar, but she’s very nice – and his old pal Richard Ruta lives just down the road. But when Richard throws one of his famous … Continue reading Death Comes to Bishops Well by Anna Legat #BookReview #BlogTour #TheShiresMysteries1 #HeadlineAccent #Rachel’sRandomResources #NetGalley #4*

The Hanged Man by Linda Mather #BookReview #PrivateDetective4 #JoffeBooks #3*

MEET YOUR NEW FAVOURITE PRIVATE DETECTIVE AND ASTROLOGER, JO HUGHES. Perfect for fans of Faith Martin, Frances Lloyd, LJ Ross, Kristin Wright, or Richard Osman. Jo Hughes is living a peaceful existence in the gorgeous Cotswolds countryside. She’s looking forward to her weekly glass of wine and catch-up with Aoife, her boss at Alcott College. But the women find more than they bargained for at … Continue reading The Hanged Man by Linda Mather #BookReview #PrivateDetective4 #JoffeBooks #3*

Lil’s Bus Trip by Judy Leigh #BookReview #BlogTour #BoldwoodBooks #Rachel’sRandomResources #NetGalley #4.5*

Judy Leigh is back with her trademark promise of laughter, happiness, friendship, and timeless lessons in how to live. It’s always a good time for a road trip…  When 82-year-old Lil decides to book herself, her 65-year-old daughter, Cassie, and her friend Maggie on a bus trip across Europe, she hopes for a little adventure to counteract the monotony of life.  Along with three members of … Continue reading Lil’s Bus Trip by Judy Leigh #BookReview #BlogTour #BoldwoodBooks #Rachel’sRandomResources #NetGalley #4.5*

Diary of a Contemporary Woman by Lucy Pusset #BookReview #DebutNovel #FreeLynxBooks #4*

Having reached 34, Angelique Santoro finds herself feeling trapped and deeply unhappy within the constraints of traditional relationships. Uneasy to perform the role of life partner or girlfriend in the way society has designed for all women. Finally, she takes the courage to break free and becomes single for the first time in 15 years. Breaking away from the ties that bind us. Breaking away … Continue reading Diary of a Contemporary Woman by Lucy Pusset #BookReview #DebutNovel #FreeLynxBooks #4*

Love in a Time of Hate by Matthew Langdon Cost #BookReview #EncirclePublications #5*

“A Voodoo ritual?” Emmett stared dumbly at her. A young man from Maine fights for social equality in New Orleans after the Civil War while pursuing a murderer of prostitutes, becoming enmeshed in voodoo, and falling in love. “Education is the tool that makes us all equal, whether we are Black, white, Indian, woman, or man,” Manon said. Much like Louisiana’s famous gumbo, Love in … Continue reading Love in a Time of Hate by Matthew Langdon Cost #BookReview #EncirclePublications #5*

Bella’s Big Caribbean Adventure by Annabelle & Anne John-Ligali #SpotlightPost #BooksandAuthorsPublishingUK

School is out for the summer and Bella is off to St Vincent and the Grenadines with her mum Isabel, Granny Sylta, Iris, and Tommy. This is not just any holiday, because Bella and Iris are going to be bridesmaids at Clara’s wedding, her mum’s best friend. When Bella and the rest of the family arrive at Clara’s plush villa in Cane Garden, she and … Continue reading Bella’s Big Caribbean Adventure by Annabelle & Anne John-Ligali #SpotlightPost #BooksandAuthorsPublishingUK

Marshlight by Joy Ellis #BookReview #DetectiveMattBallard4 #JoffeBooks #5*

A new psychological thriller from bestselling author and British Book Awards Crime & Thriller of the Year nominee Joy Ellis. Matt and Liz may have retired from the police, but that doesn’t mean a quiet life. An old friend’s sister disappears without a trace. There’s no sign of foul play, but she’d been acting very peculiarly . . . Meanwhile, Liz’s cousin Christie comes to … Continue reading Marshlight by Joy Ellis #BookReview #DetectiveMattBallard4 #JoffeBooks #5*