The Way of All Flesh by Ambrose Parry @ambroseparry @canongatebooks #review

Today I am thrilled to be sharing my thoughts on The Way Of All Flesh by Ambrose Parry, a new writing team you may also know as Chris Brookmyre and his wife Marisa Haetzman. The book was released on 30th August but I was lucky enough to get a sneak read thanks to Netgalley and publishers Canongate Books. …

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Finding Felix by Jo Platt @JoPlattTweets @canelo_co #extract #blogtour

Today it is my great pleasure to bring you an extract from Jo Platt's new book, Finding Felix, as part of the blog tour. My thanks to Ellie Pilcher at Canelo for inviting me to join the tour. Before we take a look at it, let's see what the book is all about. About the Book …

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Never Say Goodbye by Richard Parker @Bookwalter @Bookouture #review #blogtour

Today it is my great pleasure to join the blog tour for the new thriller, and the first in a new series from author Richard Parker, Never Say Goodbye. My thanks to publisher Bookouture for the advance copy of review and for inviting me to join the tour. Here is what the book is all about. …

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#BlogBlitz: Keep Her Safe by Richard Parker @Bookwalter @bookouture

I am thrilled to be taking part in the blog tour for Richard Parker's latest novel, Keep Her Safe today, which also happens to be publication day. Happy publication day Richard. I am a massive fan of the author's work so the opportunity to read this book early was one I couldn't miss. I'll be sharing …

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Review: Merry Christmas Little Hoo by Brenda Ponnay @XistPublishing @mgriffiths163

Way back in late August, Mandie and I had the daft idea of reading a bunch of Christmas books and reviewing them all throughout November. We would concentrate on stocking fillers for children, cosy christmas for the romantics in the room and, my personal favourite, the nightmare before Christmas, crime and thriller books with a …

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