Test Your Moral Compass – A Version of the Truth Review

A Version of the Truth is an incredibly dark novel that is told via dual narrative timelines that flow expertly between 1991 and 2019.  I will admit that I was expecting this to be more of a psychological thriller based off of the blurb on the back of the book, but I loved what I got instead! Now that might…

Missing Children and High Stakes – In Safe Hands Review

In Safe Hands is the first of a new detective series following DCI Anna Tate and her team. Warning – this review actively contains some (not all) spoilers. Mostly to do with the fate of the children. The premise of the story is incredibly promising: 9 infants are dropped off at nursery one morning, but are…

How far would you go for family? – Fatal Review

Fatal is another one of those books from a genre I don’t usually read, but this is the year for broadening my horizons, and I’m glad I did because Fatal was really enjoyable! Fatal is the second book to feature characters Franny and Alfie – I didn’t know that going in and it didn’t really…