The Official Book Blurb
John Sagan is a forgettable man. You could pass him in the street and not realise he’s there. But then, that’s why he’s so dangerous.
A torturer for hire, Sagan has terrorised – and mutilated – countless victims. And now he’s on the move. DS Mark ‘Heck’ Heckenburg must chase the trail, even when it leads him to his hometown of Bradburn – a place he never thought he’d set foot in again.
But Sagan isn’t the only problem. Bradburn is being terrorised by a lone killer who burns his victims to death. And with the victims chosen at random, no-one knows who will be next. Least of all Heck…
Today I’m handing over the reins to Mandie who has a review of Joyful Trouble by Patricia Furstenberg. First things first – here’s what the book is all about and also a wonderful guest post from Patricia about some of the different paths famous authors have taken to become writers..
The Official Book Blurb
A humorous read about an incredible dog and how he found his true, yet unexpected calling.
A dog. A friendship. A purpose.
Proven to warm your heart, “Joyful Trouble” is a fast-paced, engaging and funny story.
Patricia Furstenberg paints a charming portrait of the bond between a small girl and boy and their much-loved Grandad. This book takes readers on an unbelievable journey, tackling universal themes and voicing animal rights and the importance of fighting for what is right.
When a Great Dane arrives in a Navy base nobody expects him to win everybody’s hearts, although breaking some rules along the way. But things soon turn sour as somebody threatens to put him to sleep. Who will stand up for this four-legged gentle giant?
A charming celebration of innocence.
It’s my great pleasure to hand over the blog to my guest reviewer Mandie who shares her review of Sister Sister by Sue Fortin as part of the blog tour.
Alice: Beautiful, kind, manipulative, liar.
Claire: Intelligent, loyal, paranoid, jealous.
Claire thinks Alice is a manipulative liar who is trying to steal her life.
Alice thinks Claire is jealous of her long-lost return and place in their family.
One of them is telling the truth. The other is a maniac.
Two sisters. One truth.
Today on my #ReadABookoutureADay feature, I am looking back at two slightly older releases. Both are very different but equally gripping tales which highlight the danger of secrets and lies, and the ultimate impacts they have – ‘After The Lie’ by Kerry Fisher and ‘The Sister’ by Louise Jensen.