BLOG TOUR: Dark Waters by G. R. Halliday

This seriously chilling crime novel will not be one you forget, with it’s gripping plot and likeable lead detective. THREE MISTAKES. TWO MURDERS. ONE MORE VICTIM TO GO . . .Annabelle has come to the Scottish Highlands to escape. But as she speeds along a deserted mountain road, she is suddenly forced to swerve. The […]

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BLOG TOUR: From the Shadows by G. R. Halliday

This is the ultimate creepy, spine-tingling detective series that will keep you guessing the whole way through. Seven days. Four deaths. One chance to catch a killer.Sixteen-year-old Robert arrives home late. Without a word to his dad, he goes up to his bedroom. Robert is never seen alive again.A body is soon found on the […]

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BLOG TOUR: Kill For Me by Rebecca Bradley

This was a fast-paced, intriguing and unusual crime novel, with an intelligent yet emotional detective and a very satisfying ending. A deadly game. An unstoppable killer. The perfect alibi.Lucy Anderson is late collecting her daughter from nursery. A mistake that could prove fatal. Her daughter is gone and there is only one way Lucy can get […]

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Keep Her Close by M. J. Ford

This was a brilliant, compulsive thriller, that kept me on the edge of my seat throughout. When a young girl goes missing from an Oxford College, DI Josie Masters is on a race against time to find her. However, when more kidnappers happen, unforeseen connections begin to appear… I loved this novel – it was […]

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The Stone Circle by Elly Griffiths

As always, Ruth Galloway novels are one of my favourites. With links from the past connecting to present events and fascinating relationships between the characters, I love this series and this novel in particular. I like the links between the past and the present, especially with this one going right back to the beginning with […]

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The Second Wife by Sheryl Browne

This was a really gripping story, with a clever switch between two timelines. Both the main female characters were fascinating, with Rebecca’s decisions hard to fathom until nearly halfway through the novel. As the letters that Nicole wrote to Rebecca in the past are gradually revealed, the weird atmosphere around Richard and his daughter Olivia […]

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The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn

Although this got really intense in the second half of the book, I found this quite slow and tough to get through at first. The main character in this I just found extremely irritating to begin with. I think this would be great for fans of The Girl on the Train, but for me I […]

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