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#BookReview Miss Christie Regrets by Guy Fraser-Sampson

Genre: Crime fiction

Stars: 4

Links: Amazon UK and Amazon US

The Blurb:

“a neatly lacquered puzzle-box filled with golden-age trickery, as warm and timeless as crumpets and honey; a murder to curl up by the fire with on a winter’s night” – Christopher Fowler, author of the bestselling Bryant and May mysteries… 308 more words

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What I did in my holidays

Tomorrow ends my extended holiday, my hiatus between jobs at Arrow and Bookouture, and I’m very much looking forward to rejoining the working world, remembering how to publish books and use my oyster card, and eating lunch and dinner later than noon and 6pm. 534 more words

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2017 reading resolutions

I’ve seen a lot of people writing and heard a lot of people talking in the last few days about how they are not making any new year’s resolutions this year. 862 more words

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#BookReview Deadly Harvest by Michael Stanley @OrendaBooks

Happy New Year! Realised I had not published my review to one of my top reads of 2016, so starting 2017 with a review of a phenomenal read: 281 more words

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Christmas Q&A with Rob Sinclair and #bookreview (12 Days of Clink Street)

I am delighted to welcome Rob Sinclair on the blog today as part of the 12 Days of Clink Street blog hop.

Rob’s first novel, Dance with the Enemy, was published in June 2014 and is the first in the bestselling Enemy Series following embattled intelligence agent Carl Logan. 1,420 more words

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#BookReview: On Track for Murder by Stephen Childs (12 Days of Clink Street)

I am very pleased to be part of the 12 Days of Clink Street Christmas special. As part of the tour, I have On Track for Murder by Stephen Childs. 1,430 more words

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#BookReview - Ashby Holler by Jamie Zakian

Genre: New adult, contemporary, action, suspense, romance, coming-of-age

Stars: 4

Links: Amazon UK and Amazon US

The Blurb:

Sergeant at Arms for a deadly club of drug traffickers doesn’t sound like the ideal job for a nineteen-year-old girl… 443 more words

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