Quick review: Little Girl Taken by Wendy Dranfield

Image from Amazon.co.uk It’s no secret that I’m a fan of Wendy’s and her series staring Madison Harper so just a shout out for this third instalment that stars one of my favourite fictional characters. Wendy doesn’t disappoint in this book and as with the other two the story is gripping. What I enjoyed most... Continue Reading →

Ariadne by Jennifer Saint

Image from Amazon.co.uk This was the last book I read in 2021. It was brought as a Christmas present and what is one to do between Christmas and New Year? I had coveted this book for a while so when I opened it on Christmas morning I was delighted. (My TBR pile groaned as they... Continue Reading →

The river child by Jo Tuscano

Image from Amazon.co.uk This is another book I was asked to read from Odyssey Books and again another I'm not disappointed with. This is the authors first novel published with Odyssey Books and it is one I wouldn't usually pick up myself. However, I'm ever one to read new material and enjoy novels that move... Continue Reading →

Pets for Legion by Shawn David Brink

Image from Amazon.co.uk I will say this time and time again, but when an author contacts you to read something of theirs you feel kind of 'special' and it's even more of a pleasure when you actually enjoy reading the book. This again happened with Shawn David Brink's novel, Pets for Legion. A fast paced... Continue Reading →

The Book of Uriel by Elyse Hoffman

With The Write Reads, this is my stop on the blog tour of this beautiful, delightful, sometimes haunting novel by Elyse Hoffman. The Book of Uriel will delight those who favour historical fiction, (set in WWII) those who like an element of religion and even those who like fantasy in their stories. This is what... Continue Reading →

No child of mine by Olga Gibbs

Image from Amazon.co.uk This is my stop on the blog tour with Zooloos Book Tours for No Child of Mine by Olga Gibbs, a dystopian, political thriller, and oh my what a thriller it is! It certainly leaves you pondering throughout and makes you think just how real the world Olga Gibbs has created could... Continue Reading →

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