The Great Silence by Doug Johnstone

Keeping on top of the family funeral directors’ and private- investigation businesses is no easy task for the Skelf women, and when matriarch Dorothy discovers a human foot while walking the dog, a perplexing case presents itself.Daughter Jenny and grand-daughter Hannah have their hands full too: the mysterious circumstances of a dying woman have ledContinue reading “The Great Silence by Doug Johnstone”

No Honour by Awais Khan

In sixteen-year-old Abida’s small Pakistani village, there are age-old rules to live by, and her family’s honour to protect. And, yet, her spirit is defiant and she yearns to make a home with the man she loves.When the unthinkable happens, Abida faces the same fate as other young girls who have chosen unacceptable alliances –Continue reading “No Honour by Awais Khan”

Invite Me In by Emma Curtis

To those who think they know her, Eliza Curran has it all: two healthy children, a stunning home and a wealthy, adoring husband. No one would guess the reality of her life: trapped in an unhappy marriage to a controlling man, she longs for a way out.When she takes on a new tenant, her lifeContinue reading “Invite Me In by Emma Curtis”

Arrowood and the Meeting House Murders by Mick Finlay

London Society takes their problems to Sherlock Holmes. Everyone else goes to Arrowood. ‘Finlay depicts a seedy, desperate London and vivid characters with considerable skill’ The Times Nowhere to hide.London, 1896. As winter grips the city, a group of African travellers seek sanctuary inside the walls of the Quaker Meeting House. They are being huntedContinue reading “Arrowood and the Meeting House Murders by Mick Finlay”

One Last Time by Helga Flatland

Anne’s life is rushing to an unexpected and untimely end. But her diagnosis of terminal cancer isn’t just a shock for her – and for her daughter Sigrid and granddaughter Mia – it shines a spotlight onto their fractured and uncomfortable relationships.A spur-of-the moment trip to France acts as a catalyst for thethree generations ofContinue reading “One Last Time by Helga Flatland”

This is how we are human by Louise Beech

Sebastian James Murphy is twenty years, six months and two days old. He loves swimming, fried eggs and Billy Ocean. Sebastianis autistic. And lonely. Veronica wants her son Sebastian to be happy, and she wants the world to accept him for who he is. She is also thinking about paying a professional to give himContinue reading “This is how we are human by Louise Beech”

Bugger Banksy by Roy D Hacksaw

Did you ever wonder what happens to the inhabitants of a building after the artist known as Banksy leaves one of his artworks on their wall? Especially when there’s something slightly less than legal going on inside? Join Glyn and Kevin as they desperately try to keep their clandestine business secret after the world’s mostContinue reading “Bugger Banksy by Roy D Hacksaw”

The Loch by Dee Taylor

The Loch’ is set on the shores of Loch Ness.  It’s a harrowing, unforgettable tale of courage and romance, unfolding between the backdrop of the Scottish Highlands and in the murky depths of the loch itself.  With drama escalating in suspense, this entertaining and thrilling novel is the story of a former stripper from theContinue reading “The Loch by Dee Taylor”

The Metal Heart by Caroline Lea

The Blurb The sky is clear, star-stamped and silvered by the waxing gibbous moon. No planes have flown over the islands tonight; no bombs have fallen for over a year. ___________ Orkney, 1940. Five hundred Italian prisoners-of-war arrive to fortify these remote and windswept islands. Resentful islanders are fearful of the enemy in their midst,Continue reading “The Metal Heart by Caroline Lea”

Don’t Ask by Paul Carroll

The Blurb A DNA ancestry test opens up a Pandora’s Box of secrets.  When Elsa Watson takes a DNA ancestry test out of idle curiosity she little imagines the devastating consequences she is about to unleash.  Two families become reluctantly entwined as inconvenient truths and long suppressed memories resurface.  A #whodunnit with a difference, Don’t Ask visitsContinue reading “Don’t Ask by Paul Carroll”

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