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#BlogTour: A Fractured Winter by Alison Baillie @alisonbailliex

Genre: Thriller, mystery

Stars: 4

Links: Amazon UK and Amazon US

The Blurb:

A missing girl.
Threatening notes.
Sinister strangers.
Olivia’s idyllic family life in a Swiss mountain village is falling apart. 304 more words

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#BlogTour The Unbelievable, Inconceivable, Unforeseeable Truth About Ethan Wilder by Cookie O'Gorman @CookieOWrites

Genre: YA, mystery, crime, romantic fiction

Stars: 4

Links: Amazon UK and Amazon US

The Blurb

In the south, everyone has a secret–and murder is served with sweet tea. 404 more words

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A shot of crime

I’m slowly making my way through a backlog of crime fiction novels that have occupied my bookshelves for a few months. It’s not a genre I read that regularly because although I enjoy them at the time, they are the books I never remember after I finish them. 547 more words

Book Reviews

Audio extract from Swimming with Sharks

Swimming with Sharks in the audio book format, beautifully read by Emma Fenny, is now available with the free trial on Audiobooks.

A Death in the Night by Guy Fraser-Sampson #bookreview

A Death in the Night is the fourth book in the Hampstead Murders series which focus on the activities of the detectives based at Hampstead Heath police station in London. 707 more words

Book Reviews

Books of the year - all of them

I’m doing it slightly differently this year. This is in no way a lazy cop-out because I can’t face choosing the best ones. But I went to all the effort this year of writing down every single (non-work) book I read, and so I thought I might as well write them all down here, along with some brief notes and hints about which would have been my books of the year, had I done them properly. 1,630 more words

Fiction

Recipe for a bestseller: The Millennium trilogy by Stieg Larsson

Striving to become a better writer, I am going to put some of my favourite masterpieces of popular fiction under a magnifying glass to hopefully learn something from them. 393 more words