Siren Song by Rebecca McKinney

The Blurb A man who glimpses other people’s inner worlds, and a woman who can foresee death. Can they trace a missing girl before the worst happens? Harrison Jones is a university lecturer with a secret: he moonlights as a psychic detective. Amy Bell is a paramedic who has the uncanny knack of knowing thingsContinue reading “Siren Song by Rebecca McKinney”

Hidden by Annabel Chown

Annabel lies awake in the early hours after a night partying. She’s not worrying about how to get rid of an unsuitable man in her bed, but what to do about the hard lump she’s found on her left breast. An absorbing story of what happens when life swerves in unimaginable directions. At the ageContinue reading “Hidden by Annabel Chown”

Bang Bang, You’re Dead by Evan Baldock

The Blurb The Author Evan was born in Pembury, Kent in 1956 and attended grammar school in Tunbridge Wells. He left the Metropolitan Police after 30 years service in 2011, serving as one of the countries first Football Intelligence Officers until 1996, then transferring to West End Central, where for 15 years he worked inContinue reading “Bang Bang, You’re Dead by Evan Baldock”

Not the life imagined by Anne Pettigrew

Book Blurb: A darkly humorous, thought-provoking story of Scottish medical students in the sixties, a time of changing social and sexual mores. None of the teenagers starting at Glasgow University in 1967 live the life they imagine. Beth Slater is shocked at how few female medical students there are and that some people, such asContinue reading “Not the life imagined by Anne Pettigrew”

You Could Make a Killing by Simon Bewick

You Could Make a Killing is a collection of 14 twist-in-the-tale mystery tales by Simon Bewick, author of Basement Tales.  Featuring all-new stories that will keep you guessing until the last line, delve into You Could Make a Killing for twisted tales about killers and victims, cops and robbers, the good and the bad andContinue reading “You Could Make a Killing by Simon Bewick”

At the feet of Mothers by Adnan Mahmutovi

The Blurb Joseph Schneider grows up in a Cherokee-Jewish family in the Smoky mountains of North Carolina. He dreams to be a cook on the biggest ship there is in the world but his attachment to his mother Rachel and his rootedness to the little mountain village keep him from moving on. When his motherContinue reading “At the feet of Mothers by Adnan Mahmutovi”

Orfeia by Joanne Harris

The Blurb When you can find me an acre of land, Every sage grows merry in time, Between the ocean and the sand Then will you be united again. (Inspired by The Child Ballads 2 & 19) So begins a beautiful and tragic quest as a heartbroken mother sets out to save her lost daughter,Continue reading “Orfeia by Joanne Harris”

A Dictionary of Crime by Amanda Lees

The Blurb An essential popular A-Z reference guide for fans of crime fiction and true crime, in books, TV and film, helping to make sense of everything from asphyxiation to VX nerve agent. This is an indispensable guide for fans of true crime and crime fiction, whether in books, film or on TV, who wantContinue reading “A Dictionary of Crime by Amanda Lees”

Impostor by LJ Ross

The blurb: After an elite criminal profiling unit is shut down amidst a storm of scandal and mismanagement, only one person emerges unscathed. Forensic psychologist Doctor Alexander Gregory has a reputation for being able to step inside the darkest minds to uncover whatever secrets lie hidden there and, soon enough, he finds himself drawn intoContinue reading “Impostor by LJ Ross”

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