The Devil’s Mark by W.D. Jackson Smart

The Devil’s Mark by W.D. Jackson Smart

Today I hand back to Mandie who has a blog tour review of The Devil's Mark by W.D. Jackson Smart, the latest book in the DI Graves series. With thanks to Emma Welton of Damppebbles Blog Tours for inviting Mandie to join the tour, here's what the book is all about; Source: Advance Reader CopyRelease [...]

A(nother) Year Of Orenda – The Big Chill by Doug Johnstone

A(nother) Year Of Orenda – The Big Chill by Doug Johnstone

Today it's back to Mandie who has a review of book two in a series that always leaves us with a hankering for Swedish bakeries - The Big Chill from Doug Johnstone's Skelfs series. I loved this book, so much so it made it to my #bookvent countdown last month. This is an incredible series [...]

A Year of Orenda – Winterkill by Ragnar Jonasson trns David Warriner

A Year of Orenda – Winterkill by Ragnar Jonasson trns David Warriner

Today is a bittersweet day. Not only is it the final day in our Ragnar week, but it is also the very last ever Ari Thór novel and the last time I get to demonstrate how I can spell Siglufjörður without thinking about it. Took me ages to work out how to get all those [...]

A Year of Orenda – Whiteout by Ragnar Jónasson trns Quentin Bates

A Year of Orenda – Whiteout by Ragnar Jónasson trns Quentin Bates

Our Jolabokafloð countdown continues with the penultimate day of Ragnar week and the penultimate Ari Thór book 🥺. I have loved this series and I have loved taking a look back at all my reviews, reminding myself what a joy these books were to read. If I haven't convinced you to pick them up yet, [...]

A Year of Orenda – Rupture by Ragnar Jónasson trns Quentin Bates

A Year of Orenda – Rupture by Ragnar Jónasson trns Quentin Bates

Our Jolabokafloð countdown continues, as does Ragnar week. this time I'm revisiting my review of Rupture, book four in the dark Iceland series featuring Ari Thór Arason. What I really love about this series is how landscape and setting form an integral part of the story, never more obvious than it is in this book, [...]