Criminal antics in Scotland and France – Perfect Kill Review

As some of you may be aware, I’m no stranger to Helen Fields’s work – or the ‘Perfect’ series. I’ve read all of the previous book in this series, and I’ve even reviewed Perfect Crime and Perfect Silence as well as having had the opportunity to host a guest post from Helen herself (and I…

Do you dare? – I Dare You Review

Sam Carrington is a name you may recognise here on my site – I’ve reviewed one of Sam Carrington’s books before – check out my review of The Missing Wife – and I’ve even interviewed Sam! But I’m here to talk about I Dare You – Sam Carrington’s latest book.

The Hunt Continues! – At Your Door Review

At Your Door is the second book in the DCI Anna Tate series from J P Cater – and I kind of enjoyed the first book – you can see what I thought of it here. So I had high hopes for At Your Door. So there has only been 2 weeks that have gone…

Will your past haunt you? Truth or Die Review

Some of you may know that I had a chat with Katerina Diamond way back in 2017 – click here if you wanna check that out. But I’m here today to talk about her latest novel, Truth or Die. Truth or Die kicks off with the discovery of the butchered body of a professor at…

You Won’t Forget – Forget Me Not Review

You may recognise the name of Forget Me Not’s author – Claire Allan – because she has written a guest post for me before! If you want to know some of the ups and downs that come with being a writer, then go check that out! I’ve also reviewed Apple Of My Eye too! But…

Almost like an episode of AHS – Stolen Review

There is a lot going on in Stolen! There’s a detective who finds out her father is a crime boss, missing dogs, missing old people, a drug addicted ex-nun…yeah, let that last one sink in! Stolen is a violent and exciting story of murder and the resulting mayhem in the Manchester area. The elements all…

Suicide or Murder? – Perfect Crime Review

Those of you who have been following my blog and reading adventures for a while will know that I’m no stranger to Helen Fields’s work. I’ve reviewed several books in the DI Callanach series, so naturally Perfect Crime was going to get reviewed too. Perfect Crime is the fifth book in the DI Callanach series, and whilst I…

Now THIS is a crime novel! – Keep Her Close Review

Keep Her Close is unlike a lot of recent police procedurals I’ve read recently. Let me tell you why! The first thing that struck me about Keep Her Close (other than the blurb of course) is that there’s a ‘permanent sticker’ as part of the cover that boasts ‘Rated five stars by real readers’. Usually this sends up…

Lost in translation – Beton Rouge Review

Beton Rouge is going to be one of those books that is going to be quite difficult for me to review because the issues I have with the book aren’t easy to lay blame to. What I mean by this is this: Beton Rouge is a book originally written in German, and I have read…