A(nother) Year of Orenda – The Source by Sarah Sultoon

A(nother) Year of Orenda – The Source by Sarah Sultoon

It is my absolute pleasure to be sharing my thoughts on The Source, the brand new thriller from Sarah Sultoon and Orenda Books. I always look forward to reading a new title from Orenda, especially when it is also a new to me author. A huge thank you to Orenda Books who gifted me an [...]

A(nother) Year of Orenda – Deep Dark Night by Steph Broadribb

A(nother) Year of Orenda – Deep Dark Night by Steph Broadribb

Today Mandie is back with her review of the final Lori Anderson book, Deep Dark Night. I loved the Lori Anderson series and thoroughly enjoyed this book when I read it last year. you can find my thoughts right here. Here's what the book is all about: Source: AmazonRelease Date: 5 March 2020Publisher: Orenda Books [...]

The Chalet by Catherine Cooper

The Chalet by Catherine Cooper

Today I am sharing my thoughts on the chilling ski-resort set thriller by CatherineCooper, The Chalet. My thanks to publisher Harper Collins who provided an advance copy for review. Here's what the book is all about: Source: Netgalley About the Book French Alps, 1998Two young men ski into a blizzard… but only one returns.20 years [...]

A Year of Orenda – The Coral Bride by Roxanne Bouchard (Translated by David Warriner)

A Year of Orenda – The Coral Bride by Roxanne Bouchard (Translated by David Warriner)

Today I am delighted to share my thoughts on The Coral Bride by Roxanne Bouchard, book two in the Detective Moralès series, set on the Gaspé Peninsula. I loved the lyrical quality of her first book, We Were The Salt of the Sea, and have been really looking forward to tucking into this latest offering. [...]

A Year of Orenda – Fallen Angels by Gunnar Staalesen (translated by Don Bartlett)

A Year of Orenda – Fallen Angels by Gunnar Staalesen (translated by Don Bartlett)

Today I am delighted to finally be able to share my thoughts on Fallen Angels by Gunnar Staalesen, the latest Varg Veum novel. Well ... I say latest, but in truth, this really takes readers right back to the beginning as we meet Varg very early on in his career. My thanks to Anne Cater [...]