214 Palmer Street by Karen McQuestion #BookReview #Bookouture #KindleUnlimited #5*

No one was ever supposed to see her… When Maggie sees the beautiful Venetian blinds moving in the Caldwells’ front window, she freezes. Her favorite neighbors Cady and Josh are away, so who is in their house? The pretty young woman who answers the door tells a convincing story. She’s Sarah. The house-sitter. Just here for a month. An old friend of Cady’s who needed … Continue reading 214 Palmer Street by Karen McQuestion #BookReview #Bookouture #KindleUnlimited #5*

Loot by B. L. Faulkner #BookReview #DCSPalmer&SeriousMurderSquad5 #BSAPublishing #IndieAuthor #5*

Palmer and his Serial Murder Squad encounter an old adversary from the Brinks-Mat heist when bodies turn up in similar plastic sacks and the trail leads to WW2 looted German gold in the hands of a prominent Member of Parliament and some pretty nasty criminals. The gold is moving fast between the various underworld characters and the body count is mounting as Palmer follows it … Continue reading Loot by B. L. Faulkner #BookReview #DCSPalmer&SeriousMurderSquad5 #BSAPublishing #IndieAuthor #5*

A Hideous Convention by Krishna Raj #BookReview #BombayCrimeBureau1 #IndieAuthor #KindleUnlimited #4.5*

A car crash in the dark hours of dawn claims the lives of two passengers, leaving their seventeen-year-old son in the backseat severely injured. A procedural investigation ensues. The police detect little mystery but no foul play. Downplaying the findings of Forensics department, the police conclude that the driver, Mr. Abhay Mishra, had dozed off behind the wheel, leading to the fatal accident. The survivor … Continue reading A Hideous Convention by Krishna Raj #BookReview #BombayCrimeBureau1 #IndieAuthor #KindleUnlimited #4.5*

Hope to Die by Cara Hunter #BookReview #DIAdamFawley6 #Penguin #NetGalley #4.5*

Midnight.A call out to an isolated farm on the outskirts of Oxford.A body shot at point-blank range in the kitchen. It looks like a burglary gone wrong, but DI Adam Fawley suspects there’s something more to it. When the police discover a connection to a high-profile case from years ago, involving a child’s murder and an alleged miscarriage of justice, the press go wild. Suddenly … Continue reading Hope to Die by Cara Hunter #BookReview #DIAdamFawley6 #Penguin #NetGalley #4.5*

Ten Years Gone by Jonathan Dunsky #BookReview #AdamLapid1 #LionCubPublishing #5*

On the dusty streets of post-war Tel Aviv, a crafty killer roams free… Israel, 1949 – Private detective Adam Lapid knows how it feels to lose everything. His whole family died in Auschwitz. He barely survived. Now he spends his nights haunted by nightmares and his days solving cases the police won’t handle. Hired to find a missing boy, Adam thinks the case is hopeless. … Continue reading Ten Years Gone by Jonathan Dunsky #BookReview #AdamLapid1 #LionCubPublishing #5*

No One to Help Her by Kate Watterson #BookReview #DetectiveChrisBailey3 #JoffeBooks #Books’n’All #5*

A killer with a dangerous obsession. Three young women shot to death. Each victim with one shoe missing. It’s the middle of the night when Detective Chris Bailey is called to the side of a rural Tennessee highway. A young woman’s body is found sprawled on the shoulder of the winding country road, a glossy dark pool of blood around her head. The victim has … Continue reading No One to Help Her by Kate Watterson #BookReview #DetectiveChrisBailey3 #JoffeBooks #Books’n’All #5*

Too Clever For His Own Good by Jon Fordham #BookReview #DIStevenHardcastle1 #AustinMacAuley #4.5*

Within the space of three days, two men are found brutally murdered. Their only connection is that they were both involved in the same cricket match. But the complete lack of evidence left at both crime scenes leaves Detective Inspector Steve Hardcastle in a quandary. Is he searching for one killer or two? The few lines of enquiry he and his team are able to … Continue reading Too Clever For His Own Good by Jon Fordham #BookReview #DIStevenHardcastle1 #AustinMacAuley #4.5*

A Child of the East End ~ Jean Fullerton #BookReview #BlogTour #Corvus #EDPR #4*

Life in Cockney London was tough in the post-war years. The government’s broken promises had led to a chronic housing shortage, rampant crime and families living in squalor. But one thing prevailed: the unbeatable spirit of the East End, a tight-knit community who pulled through the dark times with humour and heart. Drawing on both family history and her own memories of growing up in … Continue reading A Child of the East End ~ Jean Fullerton #BookReview #BlogTour #Corvus #EDPR #4*

The Highland Hens by Judy Leigh #BookReview #BoldwoodBooks #NetGalley #4.5*

‘One of those books that makes you feel good about being alive!’ In the imposing Glen Carrick House overlooking Scotland’s famous Loch Ness, lives eighty-eight-year-old Mimi McKinlay, cared for by her three adult sons. Hamish has inherited his mother’s musical talents, Fin is the responsible brother, and Angus has the complicated and brooding personality to match his dashing good looks. But what all the brothers … Continue reading The Highland Hens by Judy Leigh #BookReview #BoldwoodBooks #NetGalley #4.5*