Monthly Archives: September 2018

The Witch and the Watcher by Phil Price

With the autumnal nights and Halloween fast approaching, you may feel it’s time for a bit of a chill read. I say chill, this novel has all the elements of a chill read such as witches, demons, vampires, ghostly figures … Continue reading

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Keep You Safe by Rona Halsall.

Keep You Safe by Rona Halsall What a fantastic and well written psychological thriller! I read this book in three sittings as the short ‘then and now’ chapters made this novel speed by.  The main character, Natalie, has come to … Continue reading

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Beneath an Indian Sky by Renita D’Silva.

Beneath an Indian Sky by Renita D’Silva Oh my goodness, I have so much to say about this book and much more to think about. Renita is highly skilled in putting her readers through an emotional journey.  This book explores … Continue reading

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The Silent Children by Carol Wyre.

The Silent Children by Carol Wyer. Wowsers! The Silent Children had me gripped. With a murderous opening and a super speedy pace, this book did not disappoint. In fact, once it has you in its hold, you have to keep … Continue reading

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Murder on the Marshes by Clare Chase.

A whopper of an opening that isn’t understood until much later had me turning the pages from the start. The mystery lures don’t end there, we feel the chill of a stalker and soon hear the news of a murder … Continue reading

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The Affair by Sheryl Browne.

This book has to contain one of the most evocative openings to a book I’ve come across. The first person chapter had me equally invested and immersed, and questioning whose point of view this was. What led to this moment … Continue reading

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Rough Justice by MA Comley.

Some words that come to mind after reading Rough Justice.  Other worldly.  Fun but deadly. (Carol’s character brings the fun). A fast read. Spooky. Lorne makes a brilliant protagonist and her family set up feels real. She has a teen … Continue reading

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