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Keeper - Johana Gustawsson @jogustawsson @orendabooks #Keeper #TheBeardyBookBlogger #TBBB

Author: Johana Gustawsson (Translated by Maxim Jakubowski)

Publisher: Orenda Books

Where to buy: Amazon UK; Book Depository; Foyles

“MURDER! MURDER! There’s been a murder!” the anguished cry echoes through the stinking, fog heavy streets of London. 2,006 more words

#Keeper by Johana Gustawsson blog tour @JoGustawsson @OrendaBooks

Source: Review Copy


Sequel to international bestseller Block 46, and next in the award-winning Roy & Castells series. Murders in London and Sweden lead by to Jack the Ripper s Whitechapel. 606 more words

#BlogTour: Keeper by Johana Gustawsson @JoGustawsson @OrendaBooks

It is my absolute pleasure to be joining the blog tour for Keeper by Johana Gustawsson, the follow up to her brilliant novel, Block 46. 1,418 more words

Crime, Thrillers And Mystery

Crime & Death | Nonfiction

Find yourself wanting to know more about a crime from years gone by? Authors are tackling some of the most interesting murders in history and writing some incredible nonfiction pieces. 52 more words


Random Rabbithole: Serial Killers

I don’t know about you guys, but I think serial killers are cool as fuck. Not in a , “Hey wanna grab a beer or 2 and then go out murder innocent people?” kinda way, just in a research kinda way. 2,088 more words

Drunk White Kid Blogs

MLMM Tale Weaver — London Fog

It was eerie how quickly the thick blanket of fog descended upon the streets of the city. “I guess this is what is known as London’s infamous ‘pea soup fog,’” Eric said to his wife as they were heading back to the hotel. 259 more words

Flash Fiction

The Battered Body Beneath the Flagstones and other Victorian Scandals by Michelle Morgan

Published by Robinson on 12th April 2018


A grisly book dedicated to the crimes, perversions and outrages of Victorian England, covering high-profile offences – such as the murder of actor William Terriss, whose stabbing at the stage door of the Adelphi Theatre in 1897 filled the front pages for many weeks – as well as lesser-known transgressions that scandalised the Victorian era. 483 more words