Fairy Rock by Stephen Watt @StephenWattSpit @RedSquirrelPress @LoveBooksGroup

Source: Review copyPublication: 21st September 2019 from Red Squirrel PressPP: 92ISBN-13: 978-1910437841 Glasgow is correctly lauded for its wonderful characters and hospitality but at the turn of the Millennium it was dubbed the ‘Murder Capital of Europe’ with sectarian divisions and organised crime rife in the city. Four of its natives have been raised aroundContinue reading “Fairy Rock by Stephen Watt @StephenWattSpit @RedSquirrelPress @LoveBooksGroup”

Run by Jackie McLean @JackieJamxx @ThunderPointLtd @LoveBooksGroup #RUN

Source: Review copyPublication: 17 October 2019 from Thunder Point LtdPP: 256ISBN-13: 978-1910946640 RUN THE GAUNTLETDI Donna Davenport and her team are under pressure.With the hunt on for the country’s most notorious cop killer, and an ongoing complex international investigation, the murder of a local thug during a football match is the last thing the policeContinue reading “Run by Jackie McLean @JackieJamxx @ThunderPointLtd @LoveBooksGroup #RUN”

A Rush of Blood by David Mark @davidmarkwriter @severnhouse #ARushofBlood

Source: Review copy Publication: 30 September 2019 from Severn HousePP: 224ISBN-13: 978-0727889058 Ten-year-old Hilda’s search for her missing friend has terrible consequences in this gripping psychological thriller. When her friend Meda fails to turn up for dance class one evening, 10-year-old Hilda is convinced that something bad has happened to her, despite Meda’s family’s reassurances.Continue reading “A Rush of Blood by David Mark @davidmarkwriter @severnhouse #ARushofBlood”

Die Alone by Simon Kernick @simonkernick @penguinrandom @arrowpublishing @deadgoodbooks #DieAlone

Source: Review copyPublication: 28 November 2019 from CenturyPP: 416ISBN-13: 978-1780894515 Alastair Sheridan has it all. Wealth, good looks, a beautiful wife and children and, in the chaotic world of British politics, a real chance of becoming Prime Minister.But Alastair also has a secret. He’s a serial killer with a taste for young women. Only aContinue reading “Die Alone by Simon Kernick @simonkernick @penguinrandom @arrowpublishing @deadgoodbooks #DieAlone”

A Window Breaks C.M.Ewan @chrisewan @panmacmillan @rosiewilsreads #AWindowBreaks

Source: Purchased copyPublication: Available in e-book now and in paperback on 20 February 2020 from Pan MacMillanPP: 464ISBN-13: 978-1529009675 If your family was targeted in the middle of the night, what would you do? You are asleep. A noise wakes you.You stir, unsure why, and turn to your partner.Then you hear it. Glass. Crunching underfoot.YourContinue reading “A Window Breaks C.M.Ewan @chrisewan @panmacmillan @rosiewilsreads #AWindowBreaks”

Someone is Lying by Jenny Blackhurst @JennyBlackhurst @headlinepg @jenniferleech1 #SomeoneisLying

Source: Review copyPublication: 14 November 2019 from HeadlinePP: 336ISBN-13: 978-1472253699 One year after Erica Spencer trips and falls down a flight of stairs at a lavish Halloween party, the residents of the exclusive gated community where she lived have comes to terms with her death and moved on with their lives. Until one day, aContinue reading “Someone is Lying by Jenny Blackhurst @JennyBlackhurst @headlinepg @jenniferleech1 #SomeoneisLying”

#CoverReveal The Blood Is Still by Douglas Skelton @douglasskelton1 @PolygonBooks #TheBloodisStill

Regular readers to this blog will know how much I loved Douglas Skelton’s Thunder Bay. Shortlisted for the Bloody Scotland Scottish Crime Book of the Year, Thunder Bay is the first book to feature journalist Rebecca Connolly. Tense, atmospheric, beautifully written, Thunder Bay is a cracker of a crime novel I really loved. Now theContinue reading “#CoverReveal The Blood Is Still by Douglas Skelton @douglasskelton1 @PolygonBooks #TheBloodisStill”

Nothing to Hide (Con Fairchild #2) by James Oswald @SirBenfro @annecater @Jenniferleech1 @WildfireBks #NothingtoHide

Source: Review copy Publication: 14th November 2019 2019 from WildfirePP: 352ISBN-13: 978-1472267337 Suspended from duty after her last case ended in the high-profile arrest of one of Britain’s wealthiest men, DC Constance Fairchild is trying to stay away from the limelight. Fate has other ideas . . . Coming home to her London flat, ConstanceContinue reading “Nothing to Hide (Con Fairchild #2) by James Oswald @SirBenfro @annecater @Jenniferleech1 @WildfireBks #NothingtoHide”

Death in the East by Abir Mukherjee @radiomukhers @VintageBooks #DeathintheEast

Source: Review copyPublication: 14 November 2019 from Harvill Secker   PP: 432ISBN-13: 978-1787300576 Calcutta police detective Captain Sam Wyndham and his quick-witted Indian Sergeant, Surrender-not Banerjee, are back for another rip-roaring adventure set in 1920s India. 1905, London. As a young constable, Sam Wyndham is on his usual East London beat when he comes across anContinue reading “Death in the East by Abir Mukherjee @radiomukhers @VintageBooks #DeathintheEast”

On the Up by Alice O’Keeffe @AliceOKeeffe @CoronetBooks @JennyPlatt90 #OnTheUp

Source: Review copyPublication: 14 November 2019 from CoronetPP: 336ISBN-13: 978-1529303353 By reading Style magazine, I was training myself not to want things. It was going quite well. I had already found that I did not want a pair of Yves Saint Laurent mules, a chandelier made from plastic antlers, or a diamond-encrusted necklace in theContinue reading “On the Up by Alice O’Keeffe @AliceOKeeffe @CoronetBooks @JennyPlatt90 #OnTheUp”

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