The House With 46 Chimneys by Ken Lussey #BookReview #ArachnidPress #4*

The House With 46 Chimneys is an adventure story set against the background of the early days of the coronavirus lockdown. Life changes dramatically for Kaleb, Jude and Sequoia when they move to live with their aunt in a rural corner of central Scotland. But then life is changing dramatically for everyone. It’s the beginning of April 2020, the early days of the coronavirus lockdown. The … Continue reading The House With 46 Chimneys by Ken Lussey #BookReview #ArachnidPress #4*

Spa Girl by Virginia Gray #BookReview #CompetitionWin #5*

★★★★★ “Spa Girl is an authentic saga showing the true tenacity of the human spirit. With captivating prose, Virginia Gray will take you along this fascinating journey of one woman’s fight to find her place in this world.”  —Kay Bratt, International Bestselling Author of Tales of the Scavenger’s Daughters ★★★★★ “This is one of my most valuable reads of this year…This heart-warming story reminded me of some great classics and … Continue reading Spa Girl by Virginia Gray #BookReview #CompetitionWin #5*

Murder on the Menu by Fiona Leitch #BookReview #OneMoreChapter #NoseyParkerMystery#1 #NetGalley #4*

‘A sparklingly delicious confection to satisfy the mystery reader’s appetite’ ~ Helena Dixon, bestselling author of the Miss Underhay Mysteries The first book in a NEW cosy mystery series! Still spinning from the hustle and bustle of city life, Jodie ‘Nosey’ Parker is glad to be back in the Cornish village she calls home. Having quit the Met Police in search of something less dangerous, the change … Continue reading Murder on the Menu by Fiona Leitch #BookReview #OneMoreChapter #NoseyParkerMystery#1 #NetGalley #4*

Last Flight to Stalingrad by Graham Hurley #BookReview #SpoilsofWar#5 #BlogTour #HeadofZeus #NetGalley #4*

PRAISE FOR GRAHAM HURLEY ‘Liked this. Went someway to plugging the ginormous hole that Philip Kerr’s sadpassing has left in my life’ Dermot O’Leary ‘So well-written you can smell the sweat and taste the fear’ Peter May ‘A searing portrait of the Nazi elite as the war turns against them. Raw, shocking andmeticulously researched’ Tim Sebastian Berlin, 1942. For four years, the men in field … Continue reading Last Flight to Stalingrad by Graham Hurley #BookReview #SpoilsofWar#5 #BlogTour #HeadofZeus #NetGalley #4*

Consent by Lizzie Greenaway #Book Review #BloodhoundBooks #5*

She never said no… she never said yes. Sometimes the men we think we can trust are the ones we really shouldn’t trust at all.  When the lines of consent are blurred how do you ever know who is telling the truth? Was it a night of drunken passion or a night of terror? Molly Smith doesn’t know. Jacob Walker-Kent did not attack her. He did … Continue reading Consent by Lizzie Greenaway #Book Review #BloodhoundBooks #5*

Housewife Chronicles by Jennifer Snow #BookReview #NetGalley #4*

Her husband’s affair coming to light two weeks before his death should have been the worst thing to happen to Beth Cartwright that year. But being a widowed, single mom in a community of upper-class housewives is proving to be far more difficult. Living next door to her husband’s mistress and her former yoga instructor-Gina Thompson, has Beth wanting to pack up her teenage kids … Continue reading Housewife Chronicles by Jennifer Snow #BookReview #NetGalley #4*

Beneath Cornish Skies by Kate Ryder #BookReview #BlogTour #Aria #RachelsRandomResources #NetGalley #4*

To an outsider, Cassandra Shaw’s life looks perfect. She lives in a beautiful, luxurious house in the English countryside, with a handsome, wealthy boyfriend who insists she needn’t do a day’s work in her life. But Cassie knows that something is not right. Her boyfriend has grown colder, treating her more like a housekeeper than a future wife. And her time feels empty and purposeless. … Continue reading Beneath Cornish Skies by Kate Ryder #BookReview #BlogTour #Aria #RachelsRandomResources #NetGalley #4*

Meet Me At The Lighthouse by Mary Jayne Baker #BookReview #Aria #NetGalley #4.5*

A birthday. A lighthouse. And the love of her life… Bobbie Hannigan’s life is perfectly fine, but that doesn’t stop her from wanting a bit of adventure. To throw caution to the wind and buy a lighthouse. Armed with her new purchase, she decides to turn it into a music venue with the help of local musician, Ross Mason, the first boy she ever kissed. … Continue reading Meet Me At The Lighthouse by Mary Jayne Baker #BookReview #Aria #NetGalley #4.5*

I Give It A Year by Helen Whitaker #BookReview #Trapeze #NetGalley #4*

Her husband’s moved out – and her dad’s moved in…Curl up with the page-turning story full of emotion about family, marriage and second chances It’s New Year’s Eve, and Iris has just found out that her husband, Adam, is cheating on her. Furious, she kicks him out, and enlists her Dad to move in and help with the children whilst she tries to mend her … Continue reading I Give It A Year by Helen Whitaker #BookReview #Trapeze #NetGalley #4*

The Therapist by B. A. Paris #BookReview #HQ #NetGalley #5*

When Alice and Leo move into a newly renovated house in The Circle, a gated community of exclusive houses, it is everything they’ve dreamed of. But appearances can be deceptive… As Alice is getting to know her neighbours, she discovers a devastating, grisly secret about her new home, and begins to feel a strong connection with Nina, the therapist who lived there before. Alice becomes obsessed with trying to … Continue reading The Therapist by B. A. Paris #BookReview #HQ #NetGalley #5*