An original concept in police procedurals, See Them Run is suspense loaded from start to finish - and author Marion Todd couldn't have delighted us more. 'Even before she answered the call, she knew it had happened again. There could be no doubt now. She...read more
The Handbook for Highly Sensitive People by Mel Collins is an important book for navigating today's environmental and emotional pressures - whether you live with High Sensitivity or not! We review it here ahead of our live Q&A with author Mel, Thursday 28...read more
First in the supernatural thriller series about detective Annie Graham, Helen Phifer has produced a harrowing, haunting and horrifying piece of entertainment. Step over The Ghost House threshold and enjoy the perfect Halloween Week nightcap. "Alice, I'm...read more
Ride the slopes with Whiteout, a gruesome debut by Gabriel Dylan. YA horror that will chill you to the bone. "Something happened here. Something that changed my life." I’ll be honest… I’ve never read horror. Never been drawn to it. I have a memory that...read more
The debut 'Ghouls of Howlfair' by Nick Tomlinson is the first in the Howlfair series and what an opener! Demons, spectral shadows, warnings written in what looks like blood and a young investigator called Molly who loves BOOKS? Molly Thompson, welcome to...read more
The Witches by Roald Dahl presents a dark take on the world of witchcraft and produces one of the most ghastly villains in children's middle grade literature - The Grand High Witch. 'Vee have ignition!' We loved Roald Dahl at school and what better way to...read more
Tense and turbulent, this latest thriller by bestselling CL Taylor will have you too scared to close your eyes. ‘I need to wake up. I need to get up and run.’ When Anna Willis wakes from sleep in a hospital bed she learns that two of her colleagues died...read more
The Man Who Saw Everything by Deborah Levy brings us full circle in pondering the political and personal walls we construct, and invites us to separate our perceived truth from reality. After her memoir The Cost of Living, fans of Deborah Levy may have...read more
Erica's Elephant by Sylvia Bishop is a debut to delight elephant lovers from 4 years up! We can't wait to see what and who Sylvia creates next. Our chosen book review this week must certainly coincide with World Elephant Day. In both fact and fiction,...read more
Petals and Stones is the debut novel from author Joanne Burn. Ahead of our live webinar with DKW Literary Agency we review a book by one of their authors, Joanne Burn. And what a book! Petals and Stones is a powerful debut that urges you to speak your...read more
Regret. Remorse. Revenge. Oh, Debbie Howells, you’ve done it again! Another edge of your seat domestic noir. The plot tendrils twist and grip, fusing façade and fact in a most intoxicating fashion* – just what we have come to anticipate from the...read more
First of all, thank you to Jasmine Marsh at Hodder and Stoughton for allowing us to be part of this blog tour and to Kate Thompson for writing such a wonderful and interesting book. What do we need in the face of darkness...? Colour! Well, the characters...read more
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