#BookReview #ThePsychopath Mary Turner -Thomson @TheBigamistBook

Source: Amazon Purchase Having been to see Mary Turner Thomson on the Ron Johnson "Psychopath Nights" Tour, her story has always fascinated me. I have a copy of her first book, The Bigamist, still to read but decided to read this one first. Before I share my thoughts, here's what the official blurb says: In … Continue reading #BookReview #ThePsychopath Mary Turner -Thomson @TheBigamistBook

#BookReview #ThePointOfNoReturn Neil Broadfoot @NlBro @LittleBrownUK

Source: Purchased via Waterstones I'm delighted to be sharing my review of Neil Broadfoot's "The Point of No Return", the 3rd in the Connor Fraser series. Before I share my thoughts, here's what the official blurb says: How far would you go to find the truth? After more than a decade of being in prison … Continue reading #BookReview #ThePointOfNoReturn Neil Broadfoot @NlBro @LittleBrownUK

#BookReview #TheKillingTide Lin Anderson @Lin_Anderson @panmacmillan

Source: Purchase Via Waterstones Everyone who knows me, knows I am a massive fan of Lin Anderson and her writing. It's a patient wait for me each year for the latest in the Rhona MacLeod series. I'm delighted to be sharing my thoughts today on The Killing Tide, which is the 16th book in the … Continue reading #BookReview #TheKillingTide Lin Anderson @Lin_Anderson @panmacmillan

#BookReview #Rizzio Denise Mina @DameDeniseMina @PolygonBooks

Source: Bloody Scotland Purchase via Waterstones I really don't want to gush too much but Denise Mina is a genius with words and has the coolest style on this planet! So when I heard her talking about her latest book at this year's Bloody Scotland, it was impossible not to go and buy it! Before … Continue reading #BookReview #Rizzio Denise Mina @DameDeniseMina @PolygonBooks

#BookReview #BloodSummer Steven Dunne @ReaperSteven

Source: Amazon Purchase I've been waiting for what feels like forever for one of my all time favourite writers, Steven Dunne, to pen a new page-turner! Blood Summer was well worth the wait! Before I share my thoughts, here's what the official blurb says: Two detectives from opposite sides of the planet join forces to … Continue reading #BookReview #BloodSummer Steven Dunne @ReaperSteven

#BloodyScotland2021 #CrimeWritingFestival #BookFestival @BloodyScotland

Just a week ago today, I was travelling to Stirling full of anticipation and nerves! Anticipation because Bloody Scotland - in person - was making it's grand return after being forced to go fully digital in 2020 because of...well you all know why, no need to labour the point! Nerves, because after ten years of … Continue reading #BloodyScotland2021 #CrimeWritingFestival #BookFestival @BloodyScotland

#CoverReveal #DeadMercy Noelle Holten @nholten40 @0neMoreChapter_ @BOTBSPublicity

Oh Lordy, hold on tight to your hats folk because this cover reveal is absolutely stunning! When Sarah Hardy over at BOTBS asked me to take part in this event, how could I refuse! I mean seriously, Noelle Holten, as well as being a stonking good writer, is one of the most supportive people in … Continue reading #CoverReveal #DeadMercy Noelle Holten @nholten40 @0neMoreChapter_ @BOTBSPublicity

#BookReview #TheGatheringStorm Alan Jones @alanjonesbooks

Source: Amazon Purchase Today I'm stepping outside my normal genre to share my thoughts on a book that everyone must read, The Gathering Storm, by Alan Jones. Before I share my thoughts, here's what the official blurb says: Kiel, Northern Germany, 1933. A naval city, the base for the German Baltic fleet, and the centre … Continue reading #BookReview #TheGatheringStorm Alan Jones @alanjonesbooks

#BookReview #ColdAsHell Lilja Sigurðardóttir translation Quentin Bates @lilja1972 @graskeggur @OrendaBooks

Source: ARC via publisher I am delighted to be reviewing Lilja Sigurðardóttir's Cold as Hell (Translation by Quentin Bates). Before I share my thoughts, here's what the official blurb says: My thoughts Icelandic sisters Áróra and Ísafold live in different countries and aren't on speaking terms, but when their mother loses contact with Ísafold, Áróra … Continue reading #BookReview #ColdAsHell Lilja Sigurðardóttir translation Quentin Bates @lilja1972 @graskeggur @OrendaBooks

#BookReview #TheFamilyAcrossTheStreet Nicole Trope @nicoletrope @bookouture

Source:Amazon Purchase Another new author for me which now means another new set of books to get stuck into! Before I share my thoughts, here's what the official blurb says: Sometimes, the most perfect families are hiding the most terrible secrets. How well do you know the people next door…? Everybody wants to live on … Continue reading #BookReview #TheFamilyAcrossTheStreet Nicole Trope @nicoletrope @bookouture