The Mothers by Sarah J. Naughton @SarahJNaughton @TrapezeBooks

Source: Review copyPublication: 9 January 2020 in e-book from Trapeze 30 April  2020 in p/backPP: 288ISBN-13: 978-1409184607 Five Women. They meet at their NCT Group. The only thing they have in common is they’re all pregnant. Five Secrets. Three years later, they are all good friends. Aren’t they? One Missing Husband. Now the police haveContinue reading “The Mothers by Sarah J. Naughton @SarahJNaughton @TrapezeBooks”

Dark Truths by A.J. Cross @severnhouse #DarkTruths

Source: Review copyPublication: 30 September 2019 in the UK and 7 Jan 2020 in the US from Severn HousePP: 240ISBN-13: 978-0727889065 Introducing criminologist Will Traynor in the first of a gripping new forensic mystery series from an expert in the field. When a headless body is discovered on a popular jogging trail, Detective Inspector BernardContinue reading “Dark Truths by A.J. Cross @severnhouse #DarkTruths”

Highest Lives by Gordon Brown @GoJaBrown @StridentPublish @AnneCater #HighestLives

Source: Review copyPublication: 8 October 2019 from Strident PublishingPP: 272ISBN-13: 978-1910829387 In cities across North America people are dying in seemingly impossible ways. Is history s most outrageous serial killer on the loose? When LAPD Detective Sarah Tracy is secretly instructed to recruit Craig McIntyre to help her investigate the deaths, she is unaware thatContinue reading “Highest Lives by Gordon Brown @GoJaBrown @StridentPublish @AnneCater #HighestLives”

Detecting the Social – Order and Disorder in Post-1970s Detective Fiction by Mary Evans, Sarah Moore, and Hazel Johnstone @Palgrave_ @MorecambeVice #DetectingtheSocial

Source: Review copyPublication: 26 September 2018 from Palgrave MacMillanPP: 204ISBN-13: 978-3319945194 This book analyses the ways in which twenty-first century detective fiction provides an understanding of the increasingly complex and often baffling contemporary world ― and what sociology, as a discipline, can learn from it. Conventional sociological accounts of fiction generally comprehend its value inContinue reading “Detecting the Social – Order and Disorder in Post-1970s Detective Fiction by Mary Evans, Sarah Moore, and Hazel Johnstone @Palgrave_ @MorecambeVice #DetectingtheSocial”

Plenty Under The Counter by Kathleen Hewitt @I_W_M @angelamarymar @AnneCater #wartimeclassics #blogtour

Source: Review copy:Publication: 5 September 2019 from The Imperial War MuseumPP: 240ISBN-13: 978-1912423095 London, 1942. Flight-Lieutenant David Heron, home on convalescent leave, awakes to the news that a murder victim has been discovered in the garden of his boarding house. With a week until his service resumes, David sets out to solve the murder. DrawnContinue reading “Plenty Under The Counter by Kathleen Hewitt @I_W_M @angelamarymar @AnneCater #wartimeclassics #blogtour”

Endgame by Daniel Cole @Daniel_P_Cole @TrapezeBooks #Endgame

Source: Review copyPublication: 5 September 2019 from TrapezePP: 352ISBN-13: 978-1409168843 A locked room. A dead body. A secret that went to the grave. When retired police officer Finlay Shaw is found dead in a locked room, everyone thinks it’s suicide. But disgraced detective William ‘Wolf’ Fawkes isn’t so sure. Together with his former partner DetectiveContinue reading “Endgame by Daniel Cole @Daniel_P_Cole @TrapezeBooks #Endgame”

A Breath on Dying Embers by Denzil Meyrick @BloodyScotland @lochlomonden @PolygonBooks #BloodyScotland #blogtour

Source: Review copyPublication: 11th July 2019 from Polygon PP: 400ISBN-13: 978-1846974755 Bloody Scotland is the highlight of my year. There’s no better place to see and listen to fabulous crime writers amidst the historic Stirling setting. And the books! Oh my goodness what books there are to treasure, to get signed, to fill up theContinue reading “A Breath on Dying Embers by Denzil Meyrick @BloodyScotland @lochlomonden @PolygonBooks #BloodyScotland #blogtour”

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