#BlogTour: Hunting Angels Diaries by Conrad Jones Extract @ConradJones @EmmaMitchelFPR

Today I am delighted to be able to share an extract from the Hunting Angels Diaries by Conrad Jones as part of the blog tour. I’ll be bringing that to you in just a moment, but first of all, here is what the books are all about.

The Official Book Blurb

When an author is asked to help the police with the investigation into a double murder by identifying occult symbols, which had been carved into the victims, he is plunged into nightmare and forced to go on the run. Hunted by law and a powerful cult, he has to stay one step ahead to survive.

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Cover Reveal – Louise Jensen @fab_fiction @Bookouture

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It is my absolute pleasure to be taking part in the cover reveal for the new book by Louise Jensen, The Surrogate, which is being published by Bookouture on 27th September. As if that news alone wasn’t enough to get you all excited, and if like me you loved The Gift and The Sister you will have already been axiosuly awaiting this announcement, then here is what the book is all about. Continue reading “Cover Reveal – Louise Jensen @fab_fiction @Bookouture”

#Blogtour: Deadly Game by Matt Johnson (@Matt_Johnson_UK; @OrendaBooks)

I am absolutely thrilled to be one of today’s stops on the blog tour for Deadly Game the latest Robert Finlay thriller from Matt Johnson and Orenda Books. I read the first book a couple of weeks back and being an action thriller it was right up my street. When I got asked to take part in this tour, I just couldn’t resist. I’ll share my thoughts with you in a moment, but first, here’s the bookish bits.

dgThe Official Book Blurb

Reeling from the attempts on his life and that of his family, Police Inspector Robert Finlay returns to work to discover that any hope of a peaceful existence has been dashed.

Assigned to investigate the Eastern European sex-slave industry just as a key witness is murdered, Finlay, along with his new partner Nina Brasov, finds himself facing a ruthless criminal gang, determined to keep control of the traffic of people into the UK. On the home front, Finlay’s efforts to protect his wife and child may have been in vain, as an MI5 protection officer uncovers a covert secret service operation that threatens them all …  

Aided by new allies, he must not only protect his family but save a colleague from an unseen enemy … and a shocking fate.

Deadly Game is a stunning, terrifying and eye-opening thriller from one of the most exciting new names in crime fiction. Continue reading “#Blogtour: Deadly Game by Matt Johnson (@Matt_Johnson_UK; @OrendaBooks)”

Review: Wicked Game by Matt Johnson (@Matt_Johnson_UK; @OrendaBooks)

wgThe Official Book Blurb

2001. Age is catching up with Robert Finlay, a police officer on the Royalty Protection team based in London. He’s looking forward to returning to uniform policing and a less stressful life with his new family. But fate has other plans.

A policeman is killed by a bomb blast, and a second is gunned down in his own driveway. Both of the murdered men were former Army colleagues from Finlay’s SAS regiment, and a series of explosive events makes it clear that he is not the ordinary man that his colleagues and new family think he is.

And so begins a game of cat and mouse in which Finlay is forced to test his long-buried skills in a fight against a determined, unidentified enemy. Continue reading “Review: Wicked Game by Matt Johnson (@Matt_Johnson_UK; @OrendaBooks)”

#BlogTour: Review – ‘Rupture’ by Ragnar Jónasson (@ragnarjo; @OrendaBooks; @graskeggur)

It is my absolute pleasure to be one of today’s stops on the blog tour for Rupture, the lastest book in the Dark Iceland series by Ragnar Jónasson. Book four and every bit as enthralling, atmospheric and beautiful as I’ve come to expect and once more skilfully translated by Quentin Bates.

51gqzsgqavlSiglufjörður is in lock down, the entire town in quarantine after a wealthy French visitor brought more with him than just a private plane and a desire to visit the Herring Era museum. Having died from a highly contagious virus, the authorities are taking no chances and the entire place is like a ghost town. Ari Thór is one of the few people to remain out and about as he and his boss, Tómas assist in keeping the town afloat while shops and services can no longer run.

Bored by his isolation, he agrees to help one of the town’s residents, Hédinn, to look into an old case – the death of his Aunt Jórunn at a remote farmstead next to the fjord in Hédinsfjörður which sits across the mountains from Siglufjörður. Officially ruled an accident, Hédinn is not convinced, and after a comment made by his father shortly before he died, is certain there is more to learn of their time in the remote and wild location.

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