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: Before The Fall by Noah Hawley

On an ordinary but stormy day, a private jet travelling from Martha’s Vineyard crashes into the ocean. Everyone except for a small boy and an artist who shouldn’t really have been on the plane are killed. After the crash everyone wants to know, why did the plane crash and why did the wealthy men and women on…

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: The Light of Paris by Eleanor Brown

The Light of Paris is partly set in Jazz Age Paris and this was a big part of the reason why I bought this book. I wanted something light-hearted and descriptive after having read a fair amount of crime drama. I was expecting something fluffy, but hoping I wouldn’t get bored. The novel tells the story…

REVIEW: The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto, Mitch Albom

Recently I have been trying to read as much as possible, to read outside of my usual comfort zone of crime and historical fiction. I came across The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto in Waterstone’s. I was intrigued by the title and the fact that Magic Strings has been compared to Forest Gump. I have come across…