Looking at the bright colours on the cover, the book’s title, and the synopsis, I thought this book was going to be funny and quirky, much like the book “The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time” by Mark Haddon. But it turned out to be the darkest, most disturbing book I’ve ever read. (Or at least read all the way through.) Don’t worry – no spoilers!Continue reading Strange Sally Diamond by Liz Nungent
The Imposter by Leona Deakin
Bourne Identity meets Criminal Minds in this gritty British crime novel!Continue reading The Imposter by Leona Deakin
Never Lie by Frieda McFadden
To be fair, I’ve never heard of such a sinister house viewing! Frieda McFadden has done it again – her latest book is compelling tale with twist after shocking twist!Continue reading Never Lie by Frieda McFadden
My Darling Daughter by JP Delaney
I was super lucky to get an advanced copy of the latest book from JP Delaney – one of my favourite authors. And this book did not disappoint – it’s a page turner!
Here’s what it’s about (don’t worry – no spoilers)Continue reading My Darling Daughter by JP Delaney
She Is Me, Too by T.M. Shivener
When I saw everyone raving about this book in a Facebook Group for Psychological Thrillers, I just had to see what all the fuss was about – and I wasn’t disappointed! The main character (or main 2 characters) suffers from multiple personality disorder (Don’t worry this review does not contain spoilers!)Continue reading She Is Me, Too by T.M. Shivener
The List by Florian Dennisson
Wow, that was unexpected!
When I read the synopsis for this book I was immediately intrigued – a strange man turns up at a police station repeatedly saying nothing but “I killed them all!” and handing over a list of four names. But as yet, there are no reported suspicious deaths…(Don’t worry, this review is spoiler-free!)
The Last Straw by Ed Duncan.
When I read the synopsis for this book, I thought “Aah, here’s a story with some oomph!” The book starts with the line “Perry Mason unzipped his pants…” and I thought “I didn’t think it was that sort of a book!” There were no erotic scenes though, but there was drama and violence aplenty! Continue reading The Last Straw by Ed Duncan.
Book App/Site of the Fortnight – Bloodhound Books.
Bloodhound Books is an Indie publisher, specializing in thrillers, chillers, mystery, and crime. If this is your genre, you’re bound to find something you like with them! They often have special deals, and any book that takes your fancy can be downloaded straight to your Kindle (or Kindle app). If you want to keep in the loop about their new releases, simply head over to the sign-up section of their Facebook page, Bloodhound Books Sign-Up, and a take a minute to sign up. Alternatively, simply like and follow on Facebook.