Review: The Legacy by Yrsa Sigurdardottir @YrsaSig @HodderBooks

Today I'm delighted to be sharing my review of The Legacy by Yrsa Sigurdardottir, the first book in the Freyja and Huldar series. I loved the atmospheric feeling of this book and the dark nature of the story but before I expand upon that, here is what the book is all about. The Official Book Blurb …

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Guest Review: Dancing Over The Hill by Cathy Hopkins @CathyHopkins1 @HarperCollinsUK @mgriffiths163

Today, Mandie takes over the blog again with a review of Dancing Over The Hill by Cathy Hopkins. We'll see what Mandie thought in just a moment after we've taken a look at what the book is all about. The Official Book Blurb The hilarious and poignant new novel from the best selling author of The Kicking …

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Bloody Scotland Press Release: Stars of Scottish crime writing to get bloody in Kolkata

29 January 2018 Stars of Scottish crime writing to get bloody in Kolkata Some of Scotland’s finest crime writers are set to bring a slice of tartan noir to India. Val McDermid, Graeme Macrae Burnet and Abir Mukherjee will be championing contemporary Scottish crime fiction at the prestigious Kolkata Literary Festival (KLF), where they will …

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Rewind, recap: Weekly update w/e 28/01/18

Saw me a little bit of this this past week. Wednesday saw me heading up north to Edinburgh, mostly for work, as you do, but also to attend the launch of James Oswald's The Gathering Dark at Waterstones West End. A brilliant night topped off my updating and completing my collection of signed Inspector McLean …

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Review: The Photographer by Craig Robertson @CraigRobertson_ @simonschusterUK @1stMondayCrime

One of the good things about book blogging is the opportunity to read some brilliant books ahead of publication, and also being introduced to new series and authors. I also get this from blogging for First Monday Crime, the perfect excuse to immerse myself in brilliant books each month. This month I have gotten my …

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