Mouse Trap by Matt Cost #BookReview #ClayWolfe/PortEssex3 #EncirclePublications #5*

When Clay Wolfe is hired to find out who tried to steal a mouse, he thought it was akin to a fireman getting a cat out of a tree. It wasn’t. “Sometimes bad genes need to be stamped out and good ones need to be fostered,” Bridget Engel said. “There’s really no difference between mice and human beings when it comes to genes.” She wore … Continue reading Mouse Trap by Matt Cost #BookReview #ClayWolfe/PortEssex3 #EncirclePublications #5*

Hope Island by Jackie Elliott #BookReview #CoffinCove3 #BlogTour #JoffeBooks #Books’n’AllPromotions #4.5*

AN ADDICTIVE MUST-READ WHODUNNIT FROM THE NEWEST TALENT IN CRIME FICTION. Local journalist and sometime sleuth Andi Silvers is on the trail of another mystery. Andrea “Andi” Silvers is starting to feel like the tiny fishing village of Coffin Cove, on the Vancouver coast, just might be home. She’s sort of dating Harry and living with his sister, café-owner Hephzibah. Andi’s job at the Gazette is going … Continue reading Hope Island by Jackie Elliott #BookReview #CoffinCove3 #BlogTour #JoffeBooks #Books’n’AllPromotions #4.5*

Death in the Mist by Jo Allen #BookReview #DCIJudeSatterthwaite7 #BlogTour #Rachel’sRandomResources #5*

A traditional British detective novel set in Cumbria A drowned man. A missing teenager. A deadly secret. When Emmy Leach discovers the body of a drug addict, wrapped in a tent and submerged in the icy waters of a Cumbrian tarn, she causes more than one problem for investigating officer DCI Jude Satterthwaite. Not only does the discovery revive his first, unsolved, case, but the … Continue reading Death in the Mist by Jo Allen #BookReview #DCIJudeSatterthwaite7 #BlogTour #Rachel’sRandomResources #5*

The South Bank Murders – Biba Pearce #BookReview #DetectiveRobMiller5 #BlogTour #JoffeBooks #Books’n’All #5*

A HEARTSTOPPING MYSTERY FROM YOUR NEW CRIME FICTION OBSESSION: BIBA PEARCE. His mentor slain. A detective out for revenge. A criminal mastermind always one step ahead. Detective Rob Miller is at home with his crying newborn son when he gets the news. His friend and mentor retired Chief Superintendent Lawrence has been shot dead. Lawrence had always been his rock. Rob is devastated. An hour … Continue reading The South Bank Murders – Biba Pearce #BookReview #DetectiveRobMiller5 #BlogTour #JoffeBooks #Books’n’All #5*

West Country Murder by Derek Thompson #BookReview #DetectiveCraigWild2 #JoffeBooks #5*

THE WEST COUNTRY CAN BE WILD. A literary festival. A dead body. No fingerprints. At first PC Marnie Olsen thinks the man in the car is asleep. But the lack of movement and strange tilt of the head are a dead giveaway. The only clue is a book signed by local author Juliette Kimani, who is holding court at the Wiltshire literary festival. This could be a … Continue reading West Country Murder by Derek Thompson #BookReview #DetectiveCraigWild2 #JoffeBooks #5*

Kidnap by Jane Adams #BookReview #Merrow&Clarke2 #JoffeBooks #4.5*

A BRAND-NEW MYSTERY FROM A BESTSELLING AUTHOR. The man climbs a ladder, slides a gloved finger through the slightly open window and enters the room. wraps 14-month-old Joshua Banks in his blanket and takes him from his cot. In his place he leaves a printed note. Do not call the police. You will receive details for a bank transfer in due course. Your child will … Continue reading Kidnap by Jane Adams #BookReview #Merrow&Clarke2 #JoffeBooks #4.5*

Hunter’s Rules by Val Penny #BookReview #BlogTour #EdinburghCrimeMysteries6 #DarkstrokeBooks #Rachel’sRandomResources #5*

When best-laid plans go awry … Hunter and Meera’s romantic plans come to an abrupt end when they stumble into the scene of a crime. A young woman was attacked in a hotel lift. She has traumatic injuries, but she clings to life. Hunter notes that her wounds are like those inflicted on two other women, who died from their ordeal. Can Meera keep the … Continue reading Hunter’s Rules by Val Penny #BookReview #BlogTour #EdinburghCrimeMysteries6 #DarkstrokeBooks #Rachel’sRandomResources #5*

Death by the Thames by Gretta Mulrooney #BookReview #TyroneSwiftDetective9 #JoffeBooks #5*

Looking for your next unputdownable mystery? Meet Detective Tyrone Swift. He takes the cases that the police have given up on. One dead fiancé.One dead runaway.One woman desperate for answers. Respectable, dull Sam Goddard is found dead in the River Thames the evening before his wedding, with a fifteen-year-old girl. They were both sedated. Sam left a note: So sorry to do this to you . … Continue reading Death by the Thames by Gretta Mulrooney #BookReview #TyroneSwiftDetective9 #JoffeBooks #5*

The List by Michael Leese #BookReview #MarthaMunroCrimeMystery1 #JoffeBooks #4.5*

It was just an ordinary Wednesday lunchtime when Detective Martha Munro’s life changed forever. Her sergeant is speaking, but she barely hears what he’s telling her. Your mother has been shot dead. Your four-year-old daughter has been taken. There are no leads. Who would want to hurt her family? Martha realizes it’s time to ask herself some hard questions about her late father. He led … Continue reading The List by Michael Leese #BookReview #MarthaMunroCrimeMystery1 #JoffeBooks #4.5*

Murder Across the Lines by Janice Frost #BookReview #Warwick&Bell2 #JoffeBooks #4*

A TOTALLY GRIPPING CRIME MYSTERY FROM BESTSELLING AUTHOR JANICE FROST. At a busy crossing in Lincoln city centre a motorbike skids to a halt. A man in leathers jumps off the bike and grabs a young girl waiting at the lights. He pushes her roughly aside, remounts the bike, and roars away. The girl falls to the ground. She’s been stabbed. Special Constable Jane Bell … Continue reading Murder Across the Lines by Janice Frost #BookReview #Warwick&Bell2 #JoffeBooks #4*