A haven for books is my blog where I post reviews and bookish events. This is a review of an emotional mystery of the past.
A haven for books is my blog where I post reviews and bookish events. This is a review of a fast paced mystery set in a small town.
My blog is a haven for books where I post reviews and bookish events. this is a review of a good whodunit.
Many thanks to author P L Kane and HQ stories for my spot on this Blog Tour. Simon was found dead on the beach, and it was up to Robyn, … Continue Reading Book Review – Her Husband’s Grave by P L Kane #BookReview #BlogTour #Mystery
Many thanks to Sarah and BOTBS Publicity for my spot on this Blog Tour. Author Ruth Harrow used in-depth psychology on her characters to show their transition through life. It … Continue Reading Book Review – In My Wake by Ruth Harrow @BOTBSPublicity #BookReview #BlogTour #Mystery
Book Review – The Girl I Thought I Knew Before by Kelly Heard @bookouture #BookReview #BooksOnTour #contemporary
Many thanks to publisher Bookouture for my spot on this Blog Tour. Quite a different story. Years ago when Daisy was a teen she saw a girl dying in a … Continue Reading Book Review – The Girl I Thought I Knew Before by Kelly Heard @bookouture #BookReview #BooksOnTour #contemporary
The book stopped me in my tracks!! I was walking with kindle in my hand as I couldn’t stop reading the story, and the twist hit me with a BAM … Continue Reading Book Review – Come Back For Me by Heidi Perks #BookReview #BookBlogger #suspense
The story ARC would appear familiar ——> Twins, Edie and Tess, one popular, other not so much, both angry, mother dies, then one of the twin disappears, 20 years later, … Continue Reading Book Review – Someone You Know by Olivia Issac Henry #BookBlogger #AmReading
Regrets and losses Truth and lies Vengeance and revenge Pride and hurt Pretense and real Innocence and mature What is true, what is false One is memory, the other life … Continue Reading Book Review – Day of the Accident by Nuala Ellwood #BookBlogger #AmReading
My review This is the first book in the Andrew Hunter series, a private investigator who took up following deterring wayward husbands, till Richard Carr comes to his office asking … Continue Reading Book Review – Something Wicked by Kerry Wilkinson
My review Some people are just too damaged and there is no rescuing them, however much the heart bleeds for them Three ladies at different parts of town in different … Continue Reading Sticks and Stones by Jo Jakeman
My review I liked the brilliance of the plot. I like the convoluted roadway to the identity. I liked the anger and suspense of the situation. I liked the helplessness … Continue Reading When I Find You by Emma Curtis
My review Ten teenagers on a plane, returning back home, along with an one-eyed pilot — The plane suddenly crashed, the pilot dead, the kids scattered but soon found themselves … Continue Reading Damselfly by Chandra Prasad
My review This story is about six friends and neighbours where one commits suicide and the others are left shell-shocked. How can the friend who was the most bubbly and … Continue Reading Depth of lies by E. C. Diskin
My review As the blurb said, a lost child, a phone call fifteen years later claiming to be the lost child, and then flashbacks along with the present and future … Continue Reading She’s Not There by Joy Fielding
My review When the title of the book is the surrogate, there is a natural curiosity to pick up this book. When the book is by Louise Jensen, the curiosity … Continue Reading The surrogate by Louise Jensen
My review Story is pretty straightforward; Olivia Adams comes back home after 13 years, her mother believes that she is who she says she is : her daughter. And there … Continue Reading The Girl Who Came Back by Kerry Wilkinson