#BlogTour: Hell To Pay by Rachel Amphlett @RachelAmphlett @EmmaMitchellFPR

Today it is my absolute pleasure to be taking part in the blog tour for Rachel Amphlett’s Hell To Pay, the fourth book in the DS Kay Hunter series. I love this series and couldn’t wait to see what Kay had been up to, so a big thanks to Rachel and Emma Mitchell for asking me to be a part of the tour. I’ll be telling you my thoughts on the book in just a moment, once we have seen what it is all about.

HTPThe Official Book Blurb

When a road traffic accident on a dark autumn night uncovers a disturbing conspiracy, Detective Sergeant Kay Hunter’s investigation exposes a ruthless serial killer exploiting vulnerable young women.

With her enemies unmasked and her career spiralling out of control, Kay’s determination to seek vengeance for the victims brings her dangerously close to those who want to silence her.

Undeterred, she uncovers the real reason behind a plot to destroy her career and sets in motion a terrifying chain of events.

Could Kay’s need for revenge be her undoing, or will she survive to see justice served?

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#CoverReveal – Kay Hunter 4 – Rachel Amphlett @RachelAmphlett @EmmaMitchellFPR

Cov Rev

This is it folks. The cover reveal I have been waiting for. I make no bones about it. I am a big fan of Rachel Amphlett’s work. I loved the Dan Taylor series (although I’m still putting off listening to the final audio book as it’s too soon to say goodbye), and her latest series of books, the Kay Hunter series, has been an absolute delight to read. So when asked if I want to take part in the cover reveal for book four, I’m hardly going to say no now am I? Continue reading “#CoverReveal – Kay Hunter 4 – Rachel Amphlett @RachelAmphlett @EmmaMitchellFPR”

Review: Nowhere Child by Rachel Abbott @RachelAbbott

NCThe Official Book Blurb

A stand-alone novella featuring the same characters as Rachel Abbott’s bestselling novel Stranger Child

Someone is looking for Tasha. But does she want to be found?

Eight months ago Tasha Joseph ran away, and her stepmother, Emma, has been searching for her ever since. She is desperate to give Tasha the home and security she deserves.

The problem is, Emma isn’t the only one looking for Tasha. The police are keen to find her too. She could be a vital witness in a criminal trial, and DCI Tom Douglas has a team constantly on the lookout for her. But Tasha remains hidden, and nobody appears to have seen her.

Suddenly, the stakes are raised. Somebody is offering money – a lot of money – for information about Tasha’s whereabouts.

Tom and Emma know they have never been closer to finding the young girl. But they also recognise that she has never been closer to danger. Can they find her first?

She can run – but for how long can she hide?

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Guest Review: Bored of the Rings by Rich Amooi @RichAmooi @mgriffiths163

Today I’m handing back over to Mandie who has a review of Bored of the Rings by Rich Amooi. Before we hear Mandie’s thoughts, here is what the book is about.

BOTRThe Official Book Blurb

Two-time divorcee Abby Maxwell needs another man in her life like she needs a third butt cheek. Her eccentric, free-spirited Aunt Greta wholeheartedly disagrees and dishes out unsolicited dating advice based on her five marriages. But when a jaw-dropping gorgeous architect waltzes into town to build a resort on Abby’s favorite hiking spot, she will do anything to stop him, including befriending him.

Though Abby and James are at odds property-wise, things spice up in this fast-paced romantic comedy over late night Scrabble games and hotter-than-hell Chinese food, leaving Abby to wonder if the property that really needs protecting is the one around her heart.

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Review: Stranger Child by Rachel Abbott @RachelAbbott

SCThe Official Book Blurb

One Dark Secret. One act of revenge.

When Emma Joseph met her husband David, he was a man shattered by grief. His first wife had been killed outright when her car veered off the road. Just as tragically, their six-year-old daughter mysteriously vanished from the scene of the accident.

Now, six years later, Emma believes the painful years are behind them. She and David have built a new life together and have a beautiful baby son, Ollie.
Then a stranger walks into their lives, and their world tilts on its axis. Emma’s life no longer feels secure. Does she know what really happened all those years ago? And why does she feel so frightened for herself and for her baby?

When a desperate Emma reaches out to her old friend DCI Tom Douglas for help, she puts all their lives in jeopardy. Before long, a web of deceit is revealed that shocks both Emma and Tom to the core.

They say you should never trust a stranger. Maybe they’re right.

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