#BookLove – Sharon Bairden – Chapter In My Life @sbairden

Book Love (1)Today I’m joined by blogger Sharon Bairden of Chapter In My Life to share a little #booklove. Before we delve into Sharon’s secret love and weirdest book crush, here is a little bit about the person behind the blog.

About Sharon

My name is Sharon and I have an obsession – with books! I read daily and on average devour 2/3 books per week (more if time permits). In particular I love Crime/thrillers/police procedurals.

I started my blog for a couple of reasons, I wanted somewhere to store my reviews and thoughts on the books that I love, I want to offer support to all the fantastic authors out there – reviews REALLY do make a difference, so whether it’s a one word review or a page please show your support for the work that all the authors put in to producing a product that gives us so much pleasure! and of course I want to spread the word about all the books I love – I want to make people read more!

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Rewind, recap – Weekly round up w/e 28/05/17

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So this week has mostly been about training and silly meetings preparing for a major project I have to undertake in the second part of this year. It made my four day week pass quickly, but it was in no sense fun. This check list above… that’s pretty well as much as I feel I managed to accomplish in the four days.

On a more positive note, I am back on it as far as reading is concerned. I was aided by the fact that I had to drive to Tottenham on Thursday to deliver a short training course so I managed to sneak in a little audio book but it has still be a genuinely good week for me book wise. I completed six books and two sampler reads as well. Admittedly two of the books I had started last week, but not finished, but that still gives me four whole books in the week and two halves on Monday alongside the samplers. Go me right? Continue reading “Rewind, recap – Weekly round up w/e 28/05/17”

Blog Tour Review: Be My Killer by Richard Parker @Bookwalter ‏@Bookouture

I am absolutely thrilled to be taking part in the blog tour for the new thriller by Richard Parker, Be My Killer. When Kim Nash asked me if I wanted to read this, I was all over it and believe me, once I started I was hooked. Now I’ll be sharing my review in a moment or two, but first here is what the book is about.

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You set the trap. Now you can’t escape. 

When an online prank goes viral and triggers a spate of gruesome murders, documentary maker Hazel Salter watches in horror. But then a new victim is found, her body bound to a pillar, and its Hazel’s childhood friend, Meredith Hickman. Hazel must find out what happened.

Is it one killer or more? Random, or part of a bigger plan?

The police have no leads, but Hazel has a theory – one she’ll stop at nothing to prove. With her film crew in tow, Hazel sets off for the abandoned amusement park where Meredith was found, to solve the crime, bring Meredith justice, and make the documentary of her lifetime. But as Hazel interviews the victims’ families and friends, people start disappearing.

As the death toll rises, Hazel realises someone close-by is targeting her team methodically. Can she uncover the truth before another life is lost, or will the killer get to Hazel first?

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#BlogTour Review: The Revelation Room by Mark Tilbury

It’s my great pleasure to be one of today’s stops on the blog tour for The Revelation Room by Mark Tilbury. Before I share my review with you, here are the all important booky bits.

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Ben Whittle’s father, a private investigator, has been taken captive by a cult whilst investigating the case of a missing girl. When Ben receives a desperate call from his father asking for help he is drawn into a dark underground world.

As Ben retraces the last known steps of the missing girl he discovers his only option left is to join the cult and rescue his father from the inside.

The leader of the cult, Edward Ebb, is a psychopathic egocentric who uses his position to control his small group of followers in The Sons and Daughters of Salvation. When he initiates Ben into the group it soon becomes apparent how sick and twisted Ebb is.

Ben must find his father and the missing girl, but the odds are stacked against him and time is running out.

Can Ben rescue his father and the girl and escape with his life?

And what is the gruesome secret concealed in the Revelation Room?

The Revelation Room is the first in a new series of psychological mystery thrillers.

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#BookLove – Christine Webber @1chriswebber

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Today I’m going to be spreading the #BookLove with author Christine Webber. Before we find out all about Christine’s favourite reads, here is a little bit about Christine and her book, Who’d Have Thought It?

About Christine

CW.jpgAfter a break of 29 years to write over a dozen non-fiction books, Christine Webber returned to writing fiction in 2016. Her new novel, Who’d Have Thought It? was published in June.

She plans to publish another novel in the summer of 2017.

Christine is a former singer, TV presenter and agony aunt for a wide range of publications.

She writes for Spectator Health and the Netdoctor website and has a psychotherapy practice in Harley Street.

She also broadcasts regularly – most recently for Woman’s Hour, Share Radio and Joanne Good’s programme on BBC Radio London.

Christine lives in Brighton with her media doctor husband, David Delvin.

You can follow Christine on her website and on Twitter.

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A year after discovering that her husband no longer loves her, Dr Annie Templeton wakes up with a sudden relish for singledom. However, she soon realises that being single in your fifties is very different from being single in your twenties.

How, she wonders, do people of my age – with careers, adult children doing unwise things with unwise people, parents going gaga, and friends falling ill, or in or out of love – ever have the time and energy to find a new partner?

Who’d Have Thought It? is a romantic comedy, which will make you laugh and cry – often at the same time.

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