Month: May 2018

Blog Tour Review: All The Little Children – Jo Furniss

Blog Tour Review: All The Little Children – Jo Furniss

About The Book When a family camping trip takes a dark turn, how far will one mother go to keep her family safe? Struggling with working-mother guilt, Marlene Greene hopes a camping trip in the forest will provide quality time with her three young children—until they see fires in the distance, columns of smoke distorting … Continue reading Blog Tour Review: All The Little Children – Jo Furniss

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Book Review: The Cliff House – Amanda Jennings

Book Review: The Cliff House – Amanda Jennings

About The Book Cornwall, summer of 1986. The Davenports, with their fast cars and glamorous clothes, living the dream in a breathtaking house overlooking the sea. If only… thinks sixteen-year-old Tamsyn, her binoculars trained on the perfect family in their perfect home. If only her life was as perfect as theirs. If only Edie Davenport … Continue reading Book Review: The Cliff House – Amanda Jennings

Blog Tour Review: Meeting Lydia – Linda MacDonald

Blog Tour Review: Meeting Lydia – Linda MacDonald

About The Book Meeting Lydia explores the very relevant topics of childhood bullying, midlife crises, the pros and cons of internet relationships, and how the psychological effects of these affect the main character and those around her. Readers will be gripped by the turbulent life of Marianne who navigates the onset of menopause, an empty … Continue reading Blog Tour Review: Meeting Lydia – Linda MacDonald

Book Review: The Feed – Nick Clark Windo

Book Review: The Feed – Nick Clark Windo

About The Book It makes us. It destroys us.  The Feed is everywhere. It can be accessed by anyone, at any time. Every interaction, every emotion, every image can be shared through it. Tom and Kate use The Feed, but they have resisted addiction to it. And this will serve them well when The Feed … Continue reading Book Review: The Feed – Nick Clark Windo

Book Review: Little Deaths – Emma Flint

Book Review: Little Deaths – Emma Flint

About The Book Inspired by a true story, Little Deaths, like celebrated novels by Sarah Waters and Megan Abbott, is compelling literary crime fiction that explores the capacity for good and evil in us all. It's 1965 in a tight-knit working-class neighbourhood in Queens, New York, and Ruth Malone - a single mother who works … Continue reading Book Review: Little Deaths – Emma Flint

Book Review: House of Spines – Michael J Malone

Book Review: House of Spines – Michael J Malone

About The Book Ran McGhie's world has been turned upside down. A young, lonely and frustrated writer, and suffering from mental-health problems, he discovers that his long-dead mother was related to one of Glasgow's oldest merchant families. Not only that, but Ran has inherited Newton Hall, a vast mansion that belonged to his great-uncle, who … Continue reading Book Review: House of Spines – Michael J Malone

Blog Tour Extract: A Spoke In The Wheel – Kathleen Jowitt

Blog Tour Extract: A Spoke In The Wheel – Kathleen Jowitt

About The Book A Spoke in the Wheel The first thing I saw was the wheelchair. The first thing she saw was the doper. Ben Goddard is an embarrassment – as a cyclist, as an athlete, as a human being. And he knows it. Now that he’s been exposed by a positive drugs test, his … Continue reading Blog Tour Extract: A Spoke In The Wheel – Kathleen Jowitt