Monthly Archives: December 2020

Dead Cold by Jane Heafield – review.

Description The truth lies in the darkest places… When an anonymous call sends police to a house in Sheffield, a dead couple are discovered in the kitchen. Their skulls have been caved in, their hands mutilated, and their eyes damaged … Continue reading

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Ghoster by Jason Arnopp – review.

Description Kate Collins has been ghosted. She was supposed to be moving in with her new boyfriend Scott, but all she finds after relocating to Brighton is an empty flat. Scott has vanished. His possessions have all disappeared. Except for … Continue reading

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Breathe Your Last by Lisa Regan – review.

Publication date: 9th December, 2020. Description Josie presses her hands into the center of the drowned girl’s chest and pumps, counting off compressions. She takes in the girl’s beautiful face, her brown eyes glassy. The memory of a champion swimmer … Continue reading

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Mystery at the Old Mill by Clare Chase – review.

Publication date: 7 December, 2020. Description When the calm of Saxford St Peter is disrupted by a deadly fire at the Old Mill, amateur sleuth Eve Mallow finds herself investigating a most surprising mystery! Everyone in Saxford St Peter is … Continue reading

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Fog Island by Mariette Lindstein – review.

Description Sofia has just finished university and ended a troubled relationship when she attends a lecture about a New Age movement, Via Terra. Its leader is Franz Oswald, young, good-looking, urbane and mesmerizing. When Sofia meets Franz Oswald, the handsome, … Continue reading

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