REVIEW: The Death of Mrs Westaway by Ruth Ware

Ruth Ware is quickly becoming crime fiction royalty, with her sharp, twisty tales and unique stories. The Death of Mrs Westaway had been on my to-read list for a while, so when I finally picked it up I began to read it straight away. Harriet Westaway is living alone in Brighton, working as a tarot…

LONDON BOOK HAUL!!

Last weekend I was in London seeing The Cursed Child, the play that follows on from the Harry Potter novels. I also visited the National Gallery, went on the London Eye and wandered around the shops. And the thing about London is that there is basically a book shop on every street. We went into…

REVIEW: The Echo Killing by Christi Daugherty

I was sent The Echo Killing and A Beautiful Corpse by Harper Collins to celebrate the release of A Beautiful Corpse. This crime series by Christi Daugherty is set in Savannah and as I’m always excited about new crime novels, I was really happy to be sent these books! The Echo Killing follows Harper McClain,…

Some Of My Favourite Books Written By Women

It’s International Women’s Day and I thought I would take the opportunity to create a list of some of my favourite books by women from the last year or two. I’ve tried to narrow it down as I could have been here all day if I included them all, so here are five of my…

REVIEW| The Good Samaritan by Will Carver

The Good Samaritan is a new crime thriller by Will Carver and I was lucky enough to be sent a copy as part of the blog tour to celebrate its release. The Good Samaritan plays on the parable and reverses the roles, playing on our darkest fears that the unknown stranger will not be kindly but could…

Review | The Silent Patient byAlex Michaelides

‘I found the ending compelling and surprising and overall the plot is so full of twists it reminded me of writing by Michel Bussi and Gillian Flynn. I know that this is one book I’ll be recommending for months to come.’

My Favourite Books From April

Hi guys, I have been majorly behind on reviewing what I’ve been reading recently. Work and my own writing have got in the way but I thought I would get back to it by writing some quick reviews of the books I read in April. I’ll try and post more regularly again, but I am…

REVIEW: The Woman In The Window by A J Finn

My addiction to crime fiction and psychological thrillers continues. This is another novel that I had heard a fair bit about and new that I needed to read, in fact I read the hardback rather than waiting for the paperback. It’s has been months since Anna Fox, a psychologist, left her home. She lives alone,…

REVIEW: The Mitford Murders by Jessica Fellowes

Hi guys, sorry I’ve been away for a while. Life got in the way for a little while with working on other projects but I have been reading plenty so expect lots of book reviews and related posts over the next few weeks! As soon as I saw The Mitford Murders advertised, I knew I…