A serial killer is terrorising the streets of Glasgow leaving the police baffled, there seems to be no rhyme nor reason to the killings.This book is told from the killers perspective so from the outset you know who he is but not why. A dark and brutal tale of a man driven to the depths … Continue reading Random – Craig Robertson
Once again Ruth Dugdall doesn't disappoint! The Sacrificial Man is a deep psychological thriller exploring the impact of our beginnings and experiences on the rest of our lives. Cate Austin is the Probation Officer assigned to write pre sentencing report on Alice Mariani, who has been pleaded guilty to assisted suicide of her lover, the investigations … Continue reading The Sacrificial Man – Ruth Dugdall – 5 stars!
I read Open Wounds with a heavy heart as I know that it's the last in the Davie McCall series. But what a finale of a book! Once again I found myself dragged into the streets of Glasgow, through the familiar East End and the well kent faces of Davie McCall's associates in "The Life". … Continue reading Open Wounds – Douglas Skelton – 5 massive stars!!
I am feeling ever so excited about taking part in this forthcoming Blog Tour for Alan Jones new book - "Bloq". I finished reading my ARC of this yesterday and all I am going to say at the moment is pre-order it NOW - you are not going to be disappointed!
Excellent debut from Tara Lyons, with all the makings of a new psychological thriller series in the bag, kept me guessing throughout. A great storyline, with a team of detectives I'm looking forward to getting to know more about. My only criticism would be that I found the ending a wee bit too rushed and … Continue reading In The Shadows -Tara Lyons
Oh my god - what a rollercoaster of a ride that was! My heart is racing as I have literally just finished reading this book! Caroline Mitchell has not failed to disappoint in her 3rd in the Jennifer Knight series, a dark tale of a missing 9 year old twin, her sister left behind, a … Continue reading The Silent Twin – Caroline Mitchell – 5 stars