#BlogTour – Review: Faithless by Kjell Ola Dahl (@OrendaBooks) #OsloDetectives

Today I am absolutely delighted to be part of the blog tour for the new release from Kjell Ola Dahl, Faithless. I’ll be sharing my thoughts on the book with you in a bit but in the meantime here is what the book is all about.

FThe Official Book Blurb

Oslo detectives Gunnarstranda and Frølich are back and this time, it’s personal…

When the body of a woman turns up in a dumpster, scalded and wrapped in plastic, Inspector Frank Frølich is shocked to discover that he knows her and their recent meetings may hold the clue to her murder.

As he ponders the tragic events surrounding her death, Frølich’s colleague Gunnarstranda investigates a disturbingly similar cold case involving the murder of a young girl in northern Norway and Frølich is forced to look into his own past to find the answers – and the killer – before he strikes again

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#BlogTour: Too Sharp by Marianne Delacourt (@mdepierres; @12thPlanetPress; @DeadlineCrime)

I am delighted to be joining the blog tour for Too Sharp today, the new Tara Sharp novel by Marianne Delacourt. I have a wonderful guest post to share with you from Marianne on her inspiration for the character of Tara Sharp and some of her friends, as well as a review of the book by my guest reviewer, Mandie. But before all of that, here’s what the book is about.

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Guest Review: Sunrise Canyon by Janet Dailey (@mgriffiths163)

Today I pass the blog back over to guest reviewer Mandie who shares her thoughts on the novel ‘Sunrise Canyon‘ by Janet Dailey. This book is set in one of my favourite places on earth, so I’m intrigued see what Mandie thinks…

sunrise-canyonThe Official Book Blurb

In the heart of Arizona’s Sonora Desert, a little girl in need of her father, a woman in need of forgiveness, and a war hero in need of love come together to create a family . . .

Before he left for Afghanistan, Jake O’Reilly had everything–a beautiful wife, a baby on the way, a wonderful life. Three years later, his wife is dead and he is so haunted by his memories of war that he can’t bring himself to go home. But when his wife’s grandfather tracks him down and persuades him to come work on his ranch, where Jake’s daughter is living, he agrees–even though he is reluctant to expose his little girl to the man he’s become.

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Guest Review: ‘The Girl Before’ by JP Delaney (@QuercusBooks) @mgriffiths163

Today I hand over the blog to my guest reviewer Mandie who gives her thoughts on The Girl Before by JP Delaney.

the-girl-beforeThe Official Book Blurb

Enter the world of One Folgate Street and discover perfection . . . but can you pay the price?

For all fans of The Girl on the Train and Gone Girl comes this spellbinding Hitchcockian thriller which takes psychological suspense to the next level

Jane stumbles on the rental opportunity of a lifetime: the chance to live in a beautiful ultra-minimalist house designed by an enigmatic architect, on condition she abides by a long list of exacting rules. After moving in, she discovers that a previous tenant, Emma, met a mysterious death there – and starts to wonder if her own story will be a re-run of the girl before. As twist after twist catches the reader off guard, Emma’s past and Jane’s present become inexorably entwined in this tense, page-turning portrayal of psychological obsession.

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Review: Watch Her Disappear by Eva Dolan (@eva_dolan; @HarvillSecker) #Cambridgeshire #144Books


When Corinne Sawyer leaves her lover Sam in bed to go on her routine morning run she couldn’t be happier. She knows she is beautiful, that the money she has spent on perfecting her look has been worth it. That she will turn heads. And that she does. But unfortunately for Corinne she seems to have attracted the wrong kind of attention.

When Zigic and Ferreira are called to the park by DCI , they have to wonder quite how the murder of a middle aged woman would possibly have anything to do with them and the Hate Crimes unit. Everyone knows that several women in the area have been victims of serious sexual assault and to their mind this must be just an escalation in the perpetrators M.O. At least until they realise that this particular woman is not all she seems. Because the victim, Corinne, is transgender, half way through transitioning from male to female.

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