Bitter Flowers by Gunnar Staalesen trns by Don Bartlett.

Bitter Flowers by Gunnar Staalesen trns by Don Bartlett.

Today I am delighted to share my thoughts on Bitter Flowers, the latest Varg Veum book in translation, written by Gunnar Staalesen and translated by Don Bartlett. I loved catching up on this series last year and finding out more about Varg is always a pleasure. My thanks to Anne Cater of Random Things Tours [...]

Heartcross Castle by Christie Barlow

Heartcross Castle by Christie Barlow

Today I am delighted to share my thoughts on Heartcross Castle, the latest book in the Love Heart Lane series from Christie Barlow. Now Christie Barlow is one of the few authors I happily cheat on crime fiction for, and this series is absolutely fabulous. Book five, The Lake House, was my first #bookvent choice [...]

The German Wife by Debbie Rix

The German Wife by Debbie Rix

Today I pass the blog over to Mandie who has a books on tour review of The German Wife, by Debbie Rix. With thanks to publisher Bookouture for the inclusion in the tour and the early copy of the book for review. Here's what it's all about: Source: NetgalleyRelease date: 13 January 2022Publisher: Bookouture About [...]

Call Me Mummy by Tina Baker

Call Me Mummy by Tina Baker

Today it's back to Mandie who has a review of Call Me Mummy by Tina Baker. The author certainly made an impression, featuring as Author in the Spotlight at Bloody Scotland last year, and Mandie's been intrigued to read the book ever since. Here's what it's all about: Source: Owner CopyRelease Date: 25 February 2021Publisher: [...]

Mini Reviews – The Beachcomber and The Man Cave by Rachel Amphlett

Mini Reviews – The Beachcomber and The Man Cave by Rachel Amphlett

Today I'm serving up a double header with two reviews of two short stories from Rachel Amphlett - The Beachcomber and The Man Cave. Source: Owned CopyRelease Date: 05 December 2021Publisher: Saxon Publishing About the Book Julie has been searching for a long time.Staying at a tiny guesthouse in Cornwall after the summer, she spends [...]