The Jane Austen Society by Natalie Jenner read by Richard Armitage @NatalieMJenner @RCArmitage @orionbooks @kate_moreton

Source: Review copyPublication: 28th May from OrionLength: 9 hours and 34 minutesASIN: B081JZD7WV Can a village in need find hope after the devastation of war? The Jane Austen Society is a fictional telling of the start of the society in the 1940s in the village of Chawton, where she lived. There are eight main characters,Continue reading “The Jane Austen Society by Natalie Jenner read by Richard Armitage @NatalieMJenner @RCArmitage @orionbooks @kate_moreton”

River Rats by Andy Griffee (Johnson and Wilde #2) @AndyGriffee @OrphansPublish #CanalNoir

Source: Review copyPublication: 2nd April 2020 from Orphans PublishingPP: 358ISBN-13: 978-1903360415 Jack Johnson has a talent for trouble – wherever he goes on his narrowboat, it seems to follow him. Moored up on the River Avon in the beautiful Georgian surroundings of Bath, he’s working at the local paper when a prominent magistrate and heritageContinue reading “River Rats by Andy Griffee (Johnson and Wilde #2) @AndyGriffee @OrphansPublish #CanalNoir”

Grave’s End by William Shaw read by Jasmine Blackborow (DS Alex Cupidi#3) @william1shaw @JazziBlackborow @riverrunbooks #Audiobook review

Source: Purchased copyPublication: 14 May 2020 from riverrunLength: 11 hours and 21 minutesASIN: B07Z9HSXY1 A bizarre discovery. An unidentified cadaver is found in a freezer in an unoccupied luxury house. No-one seems to know or care who it is or who placed it there. When DS Alexandra Cupidi is handed the case, she can haveContinue reading “Grave’s End by William Shaw read by Jasmine Blackborow (DS Alex Cupidi#3) @william1shaw @JazziBlackborow @riverrunbooks #Audiobook review”

Curse the Day (Michael North 2) by Judith o’Reilly @judithoreilly @HoZ_Books

Source: Review copyPublication: 2nd April 2020 from Head of ZeusPP: 400ISBN-13: 978-1788548946 At a global tech gala hosted at the British Museum, scientist Tobias Hawke is due to unveil an astonishing breakthrough. His AI system appears to have reached consciousness, making Hawke the leading light in his field. But when terrorists storm the building, theyContinue reading “Curse the Day (Michael North 2) by Judith o’Reilly @judithoreilly @HoZ_Books”

A Death in Mayfair by Mark Ellis #AuthorPost @MarkEllis15 @amberachoudhary.

I am delighted to welcome author Mark Ellis to Live and Deadly today. Mark is the author of the Second World War historical series, currently four books strong, which has protagonist Detective Frank Merlin investigating. Mark grew up under the shadow of his parents’ experience of the Second World War. He has always been fascinatedContinue reading “A Death in Mayfair by Mark Ellis #AuthorPost @MarkEllis15 @amberachoudhary.”

THE BIG CHILL (Skelfs #2) by Doug Johnstone COVER REVEAL @doug_johnstone @OrendaBooks

It is an absolute honour to be revealing the cover for Doug Johnstone’s The Big Chill. Isn’t it FABULOUS? Don’t you just want to order it straight away? Out in e-book on June 20th and in paperback in August it’s an absolute MUST READ. The Big Chill follows the critically acclaimed A Dark Matter, featuringContinue reading “THE BIG CHILL (Skelfs #2) by Doug Johnstone COVER REVEAL @doug_johnstone @OrendaBooks”

Ash Mountain by Helen Fitzgerald @FitzHelen @OrendaBooks @AnneCater

Source: Review copyPublication: 14th March in e-book from Orenda BooksPP: 210ISBN-13: 978-1913193287 Single-mother Fran returns to her sleepy hometown to care for her dying father when a devastating bush fire breaks out. A devastating, disaster-noir thriller from the author of The Cry. Fran hates Ash Mountain, and she thought she’d escaped. But her father isContinue reading “Ash Mountain by Helen Fitzgerald @FitzHelen @OrendaBooks @AnneCater”

The Mist by Ragnar Jónasson @Ragnarjo trs Victoria Cribb @victoriacribb @MichaelJBooks

Source: Review copyPublication: 30th April 2020 from Michael JosephPP: 320ISBN-13: 978-0718189075 1987. An isolated farm house in the east of Iceland.The snowstorm should have shut everybody out. But it didn’t.The couple should never have let him in. But they did.An unexpected guest, a liar, a killer. Not all will survive the night. And Detective HuldaContinue reading “The Mist by Ragnar Jónasson @Ragnarjo trs Victoria Cribb @victoriacribb @MichaelJBooks”

The Creak on the Stairs by Eva Björg Ægisdóttir trs Victoria Cribb

Source: Review copyPublication: 14 May 2020 from Orenda BooksPP: 400ISBN-13: 978-1913193041 When a body of a woman is discovered at a lighthouse in the Icelandic town of Akranes, it soon becomes clear that she’s no stranger to the area. Chief Investigating Officer Elma, who has returned to Akranes following a failed relationship, and her colleguesContinue reading “The Creak on the Stairs by Eva Björg Ægisdóttir trs Victoria Cribb”

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