The Home by Sarah Stovell #BlogTour
Books / January 23, 2020

When the body of pregnant, fifteen-year-old Hope Lacey is discovered in a churchyard on Christmas morning, the community is shocked, but unsurprised. For Hope lived in The Home, the residence of three young girls, whose violent and disturbing pasts have seen them cloistered away. As a police investigati...

Firewatching by Russ Thomas #BlogTour
Books / January 23, 2020

ONE FALSE MOVE Someone is setting fire to Sheffield. It starts with small things – dustbins and abandoned sheds so people don’t notice at first. But the calling card is there if you look for it. WILL IGNITE Soon the fires spread to offices, homes, people. The Firewatcher’s followers are growing ...

The Guesthouse by Abbie Frost #BlogTour
Books / January 23, 2020

Thanks to Harper Collins for my copy of the new thriller from Abbie Frost, 'The Guest House'. Hannah is struggling to get over the death of her boyfriend, drinking heavily and unable to work, she decides to take up a trip previously booked by her boyfriend before his passing. Booked using a new App,...

Three Hours by Rosamund Lupton #BlogTour #ThreeHoursNovel
Books / January 16, 2020

Three hours is 180 minutes or 10,800 seconds. It is a morning's lessons, a dress rehearsal of Macbeth, a snowy trek through the woods. It is an eternity waiting for news. Or a countdown to something terrible. It is 180 minutes to discover who you will die for and what men will kill ...

The Memory Wood by Sam Lloyd
Books / January 13, 2020

Thanks to Thomas at Transworld for my ARC of ‘The Memory Wood’ by Sam Lloyd. This is the debut from Sam Lloyd and all I can start with Is WOW. Every so often a book comes along that shocks you to your very boots. This is that book. A story told from 3 viewpoints. The story is a tale of the abduction of 13...