Monthly Archives: June 2021

The Cows by Dawn O’Porter – review.

Description COW [n.] /kaʊ/ A piece of meat; born to breed; past its sell-by-date; one of the herd. Three women. A whole world of judgement. Tara, Cam and Stella are very different women. Yet in a society that sets the … Continue reading

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What She Did – my new stand-alone crime thriller!

I’m thrilled to share the news of my stand-alone thriller that is coming soon! Publication date: 20th September. Marissa lives alone in her tiny one-bed flat. It’s quiet and safe; all she’s ever wanted since the night her mother was … Continue reading

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Lucky by Rachel Edwards – review.

Description Etta wants to get married. Ola, her partner, says he does too, but he’s also allergic to making concrete plans and keeps insisting that they save enough for a house deposit before they even think of marriage. So Etta … Continue reading

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Widow’s Island by LA Larkin – review.

Description Her heart beats fast in her chest as she cautiously opens the front door and takes in the smashed plates on the kitchen floor and upended furniture. She follows the trail of red droplets on the floor, knowing what … Continue reading

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Christmas Magic at the Writers’ Retreat by Julia Sutton – review.

Description After her mother’s death, young Louise is left caring for her melancholy father and a wayward younger brother. She works tirelessly in a baker’s shop, but dreams of becoming a successful children’s author, and her love life is in … Continue reading

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The Forever Home by Sue Watson – review.

Publication date: 4th June, 2021. Description You thought you’d always be safe there… you were wrong. Carly had thought they’d always live there. The beautiful Cornish cliffside house they’d taken on as a wreck, that Mark had obsessively re-designed and … Continue reading

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