Book Review – For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt

I loved this book, it kept me glued to my chair with Kindle in my hand, barely giving me time to think or even take a deep breath. It was a complete enthralling ride!! When crime hits their family, the lawyer couple, Nat and Will, starting with Nat, end up doing something which was to … Continue reading Book Review – For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt

Book Review – Love You Gone by Rona Halsall

My review I loved this book thoroughly!! Absolute mind blowing, different thriller, though some parts may be slightly unbelievable What do you call a book where the events make your pulse race? What do you call a book where the plan unfolding makes you hold your breath? What do you call a book where you … Continue reading Book Review – Love You Gone by Rona Halsall

Book Review – Malice by Jennifer Jaynes

My review This started out as a medical thriller with an unknown drug Respiron being promoted as a vaccine against the common cold till children started getting seriously sick and dying. This was one of the plots, involving paediatrician Dr. Daniel Winters as his patient too got sick. The book also had a second plot … Continue reading Book Review – Malice by Jennifer Jaynes

Book Review – The Wife’s Secret by Kerry Wilkinson

My review I loved the book. Wife, Charley, disappeared one hour after the wedding ceremony, and Seth was left alone amidst the police investigation and media frenzy. This was not the first time that such a thing has happened to Charley, 15 years ago, her parents were brutally murdered at their family home, with Charley … Continue reading Book Review – The Wife’s Secret by Kerry Wilkinson

Book Review – The Wife Before Me by Laura Elliot

My review I hate when a man uses his fists to win an argument. I hate when a man manipulates the woman to believe that she deserves it I hate when a man likes getting his way around, undermining a woman's confidence. And I hate when a man uses the woman's bank balance as his … Continue reading Book Review – The Wife Before Me by Laura Elliot

Don’t You Dare by A. J. Weines

My review The blurb caught my eye, and the beginning of the story hooked me in. Rachel, a bartender, hears her daughter Beth struggling with someone in the cellar, and all her motherly instincts flood her body. She rushes to protect her daughter and accidentally kills the man, Carl. Why accidentally, you ask? Well, they … Continue reading Don’t You Dare by A. J. Weines

Bring Me Flowers by D. K. Hood

My review I wanted a fast whodunit which was not too serial killery with macabre descriptions. I have been hearing good things about this author D. K. Hood on the social media. So armed with foreboding apprehension about reading a book which does have a serial killer concept, I was pleasantly surprised that it was … Continue reading Bring Me Flowers by D. K. Hood

Eyes Like Mine by Sheena Kamal

My review The story goes something like this, a phone call about a missing child, who has eyes like the protagonist, Nora. And that starts the ball rolling with the past and present clashing up with Nora right in the middle of it.  The author, Sheena Kamal has walked the off-beaten path where main character … Continue reading Eyes Like Mine by Sheena Kamal

Splintered Silence by Sarah Furlong 

My review The story is written in the background of the clan of Irish Travellers who are thought to be gypsies and are looked upon by the local people. Many have settled in America for generations and are frequently discriminated against. I liked the fact that the author explains this in the foreword. Brynn returns … Continue reading Splintered Silence by Sarah Furlong 

Her last secret by Barbara Copperthwaite

My review This is a novel about secrets, secrets which ruin the family of its happiness, and the aftermath of its effects are felt forever.  A family which had everything: successful father, a beautiful mother, and two daughters; a family which seemed perfect from outside had secrets rumbling and simmering in its very core. And … Continue reading Her last secret by Barbara Copperthwaite

The Secret Mother by Shalini Boland

My review A good author is one who writes a book with well etched characters, where the story and plot lines flow and generally the reader is left feeling happy.  A great author is the one who captures the reader's attention from first page, pulls the reader into the story, where each emotion of the … Continue reading The Secret Mother by Shalini Boland

Holy Island by LJ Ross

My review After reading a lot of emotional tear-jerkers, I wanted to read a good whodunit, which would trigger my inner sleuth, an all round entertaining book where there is murder, suspense, forensics, police work and a bit of romance.. This book does it all..  As name suggests, one remote island +  3 murders + … Continue reading Holy Island by LJ Ross