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.’

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 Crow Girl by Erik Axl Sund

The Crow Girl was a bit of a random buy for me. I was online ordering a couple of other books, when it popped up and was labelled as a must read crime novel. Ever since devouring the three Michel Bussi novels translated into English, I’ve been on the lookout for some really good crime fiction….

REVIEW: Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn received the sort of meteoric success that had many readers assuming it was a debut by a new novelist with a lot of potential. The dark thriller featured a strong but imperfect female protagonist and was adapted for the big screen in 2014. I loved Gone Girl, although found the film somewhat…

REVIEW: the Case Of The Missing Servant by Tarquinius Hall

Recently I realised that I have read all serious books, heavy historical fiction or violent crime novels. Looking for some light relief I thought about rereading some of Alexander McCall Smiths No1 Ladies Detective Agency, but then Amazon suggested I try Tarquin Hall’s murder mystery series which is about an Indian detective and promised to…

June Book Club Launch!

Hi guys, I can’t believe it is time to launch the second month of our book club. I have picked quite a few new books this month, but hopefully you can pick one or two of them up for cheap enough. They are really varied this month so I’m hoping that there is something for…

Crime Fiction Book Haul

Hi guys, Today I have a video with a whole load of crime fiction I can’t wait to read. Let me know if you have read any of these books and if you have any more reading recommendations for me! Thank-you so much for watching! Speak soon, Hannah X  

REVIEW: Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith

Moscow 1953, Stalinist Russia states that there is no such thing as crime in this new, perfect state. When young boys are found dead they are labelled as careless, sad accidents, not victims. Leo Demidov is part of the regime, he has done everything he can to support it, but in the face of these…