Category Archives: Bookouture

“Blood Lines” by Angela Marsons – Book Review #MarsonsOfTheMonth

For some time now I have noticed that the D.I. Kim Stone series has been highly praised by my fellow book bloggers. Therefore, I decided that despite my lengthy TBR, I would read the series in its entirety, one title … Continue reading

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#CoverReveal – “Silent Night” by Geraldine Hogan @Bookouture

Many readers are familiar with the outstanding women’s fiction of Faith Hogan. Well, good news folks, she has turned her hand to detective fiction! Writing under her real name, Geraldine Hogan, she has a two book publishing deal with Bookouture. … Continue reading

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“A Mother’s Confession” by Kelly Rimmer – Book Review

The Tragedy – When we join the story, a thirty-seven year old man has recently died. David Wyatt Gillespie was charming, a successful businessman, an avid sportsman, was on the town council, and was married with an infant daughter. He … Continue reading

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“Play Dead” by Angela Marsons – Book Review #MarsonsOfTheMonth

For some time now I have noticed that the D.I. Kim Stone series has been highly praised by my fellow book bloggers. Therefore, I decided that despite my lengthy TBR, I would read the series in its entirety, one title … Continue reading

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“Murder at Hawthorn Cottage” by Betty Rowlands – Book Review

Melissa Craig is a mystery novelist in her mid-forties. Single, and the mother of a grown son, she has just moved from London into an isolated Cotswold cottage where she intends to write her next book. One of her other … Continue reading

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“The stolen girls” by Patricia Gibney – Book Review

Almost exactly a year ago, I read the first novel in Patricia Gibney’s Lottie Parker police procedural series.  It was fantastic! I’ve been meaning to read the second in the series for some time now – I’m SO glad to … Continue reading

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“The darkest lies” by Barbara Copperthwaite – Book Review

It is a parent’s worse nightmare. You think you know your child, you think you can protect them, then the unimaginable happens… Beth Oak is almost fourteen.  She lives in a Lincolnshire village with her mother, Melanie, and her father, … Continue reading

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“Keep her safe” by Richard Parker – Book Review

How far would you go to protect your child?“Keep her safe” is a novel told over ONE tension-packed, adrenaline-filled winter night. It is the story of two women, both single mothers, who are desperate. Why? Someone known to  them only … Continue reading

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“A Cornish Christmas” by Lily Graham – Book Review

This is my final Christmas read for this year, and is quite possibly the best of my Christmas reads in 2017.  My first time reading the work of Lily Graham was very rewarding. A lovely couple feature in this novel. … Continue reading

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“The missing ones” by Patricia Gibney – Book Review

Just finished the last page of Patricia Gibney’s “The missing ones” – and I’m missing the characters already.  The novel features Garda Síochána detective inspector Lottie Parker and is set in the fictional town of Ragmullin in the Irish Midlands. Lottie is … Continue reading

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“The gift” by Louise Jensen – Book Review

“Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t after you.” – Joseph Heller  There is a fine line between paranoia and fear.  Does fear breed paranoia? Or, does paranoia breed fear? Jenna McCauley is a thirty year old woman who … Continue reading

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“Dear Mother” by Angela Marsons – Book Review

I’ve been hearing about Angela Marsons frequently via reviews written by my fellow bookbloggers so I thought it was high time I gave her novels a try.  The author is renown for her psychological crime thrillers and I assumed this … Continue reading

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“After the lie” by Kerry Fisher – Book Review

Lydia Rushford’s normal, some would say idyllic, life is overshadowed by an event from her past.  She has moved from Norfolk to Surrey and is now married with two teenage children. She is a loving and somewhat overprotective mother to … Continue reading

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“The stepmother” by Claire Seeber – Book Review

Parenting is the hardest job you’ll ever do.  Parenting someone else’s children? Well… it goes without saying – that is even harder.  In Claire Seeber’s novel “The stepmother” we find out what happens when two people with plenty of their own … Continue reading

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“The Sister” by Louise Jensen – Book Review

Best friends. Besties. BFFs.  The importance of having a special best friend is SO very important to adolescent girls.  Sometimes these important friendships last until adulthood.  Some are lifelong. Some end in death… Grace Matthews has had a traumatic childhood. … Continue reading

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