An Elegant Solution by Anne Atkins

An Elegant Solution tells the story of Theo, Charlotte, Claire, Suki, & many other characters. Theo is autistic and some of the language in the book can be quite confusing at first, but once you get used to Theo as a character he becomes loveable and a lot easier to decipher. The author has written…

The Fault by Kitty Sewell

Firstly, I have to say that the research that must have gone into writing this book is extraordinary. There is so much information within the pages that I found myself thinking on numerous occasions, "is this true?" Or "how could the author know this?" I think the book is very well written and extremely knowledgeable.…

The Retreat by Sherri Smith

I was lucky enough to receive a copy of The Retreat from Titan Books and I was so excited to get started. It didn't disappoint. The prologue gets the whole thing started straight away and makes you NEED to carry on reading to see what happens next. Katie Manning is a mess! She was a…

Forget Me Not by Claire Allan

I devoured this book within the day. My initial reaction was simply 'wow'. I've had a chance to let it sink in a bit more and I'm still thinking 'wow'. The story follows three women who all went to school together. Straight away, one of them is murdered, found by a local, older lady, Elizabeth.…

COVER REVEAL: The Seagull’s Laughter by Holly Bidgood

Well, this is exciting. It's my very first cover reveal and I'm delighted to share with you the brand new book from Holly Bidgood. The Seagull’s Laughter is an immersive read, intertwined with nature and the magic of Greenlandic folk tales. SYNOPSIS: Born in 1973 to a Greenlandic mother and an English-Explorer father, Malik has always…

The Silent Companions by Laura Purcell

If you like a creepy historical drama, this one is for you. It has a touch of the supernatural whilst still feeling completely believable. I was told not to read this book late at night but I ignored that advise... I regretted it when I finished the book at 23:30 and then panicked about nightmares.…

From Inside The House by WD Jackson-Smart

This is the second book from WD Jackson. I have already written a review for his first book, ‘The Demons Beneath’ which I loved. ‘From Inside The House’ was just as good, if not better. It picks up where the first book left off but yet still leaves you wanting more. The synopsis is DI…