Chestnut Street by Maeve Binchy #BookReview #Orion #5*

Superb storytelling from one of the world’s best-loved writers. Just round the corner from St Jarlath’s Crescent (featured in MINDING FRANKIE) is Chestnut Street. Here, the lives of the residents are revealed in Maeve Binchy’s wonderfully compelling tales: Bucket Maguire, the window cleaner, who must do more than he bargained for to protect his son. Nessa Byrne, whose aunt comes to visit from America for … Continue reading Chestnut Street by Maeve Binchy #BookReview #Orion #5*

The Great Summer Street Party Part 2: GI’s and Ginger Beer by Georgia Hill #BookReview #One More Chapter #4.5*

Welcome to Berecombe-by-the-Sea for a year of very special celebrations… This year sees the seventy-fifth anniversary of D-Day. We owe an enormous debt of gratitude to those brave boys who went to fight on French beaches for our freedom. And now Berecombe is playing host to our American allies once more. All surviving soldiers who were billeted in the town have been invited for street … Continue reading The Great Summer Street Party Part 2: GI’s and Ginger Beer by Georgia Hill #BookReview #One More Chapter #4.5*

Tell Me Your Lies by Kate Ruby #BookExtract #Simon&Schuster #MidasPR

Partly inspired by the true story of a well-heeled therapist who turned the daughters ofBritain’s elite against their parents, Tell Me Your Lies delves into the dark side ofpsychotherapy whilst exploring the toxicity of family secrets and the complexity ofmother-daughter relationships Lily will do anything to protect her picture-perfect life and family. She’s made ruthless choices to make sure their secrets stay buried, and she’s … Continue reading Tell Me Your Lies by Kate Ruby #BookExtract #Simon&Schuster #MidasPR

A Midlife Holiday by Cary J Hansson #BookReview #MidlifeTrilogy1 #HanssonPublishing #NetGalley #4.5*

She wanted a change. But will a girls’ trip to the Mediterranean recapture her joy? Helen Winters worries the walls are closing in. With her children grown and her selfish husband absent on her fiftieth birthday, she regrets not taking the exciting paths she dreamed about in her youth. So when a well-meaning gift reveals a depressing image of her future, she takes a leap … Continue reading A Midlife Holiday by Cary J Hansson #BookReview #MidlifeTrilogy1 #HanssonPublishing #NetGalley #4.5*

Little Nothings by Julie Mayhew #BookReview #RavenBooks #Bloomsbury #NetGalley #5*

With friends like these, who needs enemies? Liv Travers never knew real friendship until she met fellow mums Beth and Binnie. The three women become inseparable as they muddle through early parenthood together. Then along comes Ange… Ambitious, wealthy and somehow able to do it all. Under Ange’s guiding presence, the group finds new vigour and fresh aspirations – bigger houses, better schools, dinners at … Continue reading Little Nothings by Julie Mayhew #BookReview #RavenBooks #Bloomsbury #NetGalley #5*

Wrong Place WrongTime by Gillian McAllister #BookReview #PenguinMichaelJoseph #NetGalley #5*

  CAN YOU STOP A MURDER WHEN IT’S ALREADY HAPPENED? . . . THE THRILLER EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT  It’s every parent’s nightmare. Your happy, funny, innocent son commits a terrible crime: murdering a complete stranger. You don’t know who. You don’t know why. You only know your teenage boy is in custody and his future lost. That night you fall asleep in … Continue reading Wrong Place WrongTime by Gillian McAllister #BookReview #PenguinMichaelJoseph #NetGalley #5*

The Leighton Meadow Killings by Gaynor Torrance #BookReview #DIJemimaHuxley4 #BlogTour #JoffeBooks #BooksnAllPromotions #4.5*

MEET DETECTIVE INSPECTOR JEMIMA HUXLEY IN THIS BRILLIANT NEW CRIME SERIES FULL OF STUNNING TWISTS. Evil lurks beneath the surface of the beautiful Welsh village of Leighton Meadow. A young woman is found dead in the village church. Shot through the heart with a crossbow. She thought she was safe there, but they found her in the end. DI Jemima Huxley thought Leighton Meadow was … Continue reading The Leighton Meadow Killings by Gaynor Torrance #BookReview #DIJemimaHuxley4 #BlogTour #JoffeBooks #BooksnAllPromotions #4.5*

Theta Double Dot by Alan Dale #BookReview #AustinMacauley #4*

Saddled with the project everyone dreaded, Mark Hammond finds himself ensnared in a nightmare that threatens his marriage, career, sanity and, finally, his life. Who are the increasingly violent activists, wreaking havoc, with attacks on petrochemical plants across the UK? Ministerial frustration increases with mounting evidence of police bewilderment. Mark’s problems expand to include an Alaskan community facing annihilation as the Arctic Sea threatens to … Continue reading Theta Double Dot by Alan Dale #BookReview #AustinMacauley #4*

Dead on Delivery by Steve Parker #BookReview #DetectiveRayPaterson8 #BlogTour #JoffeBooks #BooksnAll #4*

The city of London. Morning rush hour. The police pull over a motorcycle courier for a trivial offence. He doesn’t stop. The police give high-speed chase. He jumps a red light and is mown down by an oncoming car. Killed on impact. Detectives Paterson and Clocks arrive at a scene of carnage. Large plastic boxes are scattered across the road. Their lids open, their contents warming … Continue reading Dead on Delivery by Steve Parker #BookReview #DetectiveRayPaterson8 #BlogTour #JoffeBooks #BooksnAll #4*

The Hills be Shaken by Michael Stewart #BookReview #IndieAuthor #4.5*

Mose Haley was an engineer, but in a few short months, he will have his FBI badge . . . and his revenge. Two weeks ago, Mose was designing highway curves that safely carry minivans loaded with three kids and a dog doing 70 miles per hour. Now he is standing next to hot ammunition casings holding a standard issue Glock 23 handgun with the slide … Continue reading The Hills be Shaken by Michael Stewart #BookReview #IndieAuthor #4.5*