Book Review – Sketch by Didi Oviatt @Didi_Oviatt #CreativiaPub #BookReview #BookBlogger #suspense

This was one unexpected ride down a hollowed tunnel where I came out into a rural setting probably in some foregone era where the unscrupulous Sheriff still rode horses. What do I say about a book which threw me for a loop and made me look at things differently? A young girl Misty went missing, … Continue reading Book Review – Sketch by Didi Oviatt @Didi_Oviatt #CreativiaPub #BookReview #BookBlogger #suspense

Book Review – Sleep by C. L. Taylor

I was delighted when Elke Desanghere from Avon Books UK pre-approved me to read this book. I have loved C. L. Taylor's books, and her stories generally twist my head in. The story started when the main character Anna loses sleep due to her guilt after a road traffic accident which kills two of her … Continue reading Book Review – Sleep by C. L. Taylor

Book Review – The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides #TheSilentPatient @AlexMichaelides @OrionBooks

Have you ever seen a game of cards which is nothing but a battle of wills where the two players seem nonchalant, but there is this edge in their attitude, just a sliver, which tells you that something is just about to happen?!! And something does happen, one of the players folds, just surrenders!! What … Continue reading Book Review – The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides #TheSilentPatient @AlexMichaelides @OrionBooks

Book Review – The Perfect Family by Shalini Boland

My review I somehow had a feeling that this book by author Shalini Boland was going to be a fabulous read. I hadn't liked her previous 2 books. And my intuition proved correct. This was one heck of a ride!! The story started with an absolute heart stopping bang - little Katie was missing with … Continue reading Book Review – The Perfect Family by Shalini Boland

Book Review – Forget my Name by J. S. Monroe

My review The blurb said a woman arrived to a village via the train with her bag stolen and total retrograde amnesia, including not knowing her name. Then she knocked on Laura and Tony's home claiming it to be hers, as the address was all that she remembered. They took her in, and Tony named … Continue reading Book Review – Forget my Name by J. S. Monroe

Review – Keep You Safe by Rona Halsall

My review I needed a fast moving book which would get over in a couple of hours. And this book fit the bill. The pages turned so rapidly that I was astonished The story was routine for a thriller, a mother searching for her child. This had a slightly different delivery. The husband Tom didn't … Continue reading Review – Keep You Safe by Rona Halsall

Forget her Name by Jane Holland

My review This is one book where I felt I was Sherlock Holmes, or rather the female, diluted version, of less brilliant and less intelligent one, minus the cheekbones of Benedict Cumberbatch too. I looked at all the characters with doubt and suspicion, holding a magnifying glass to minutely check their words... And I doubted … Continue reading Forget her Name by Jane Holland