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…

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…

Envy is a Dangerous Thing – Envy Review

If unlikable people are characters you love, and if unreliable narrators are your idea of a great reading experience (both of these are meant in the best way!) then Envy is the book for you! Amanda Robson really knows how to write some messed up and unpleasant characters! If you’ve read Robson’s work before, you’ll…

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…

Silence can be deafening – Perfect Silence Review

Perfect Silence is the fourth book in the DI Callanach and DCI Turner series from Helen Fields. Before I start with the review I want to say that whilst this book can 100% be enjoyed as a stand-alone, you won’t get 100% of the benefits from the previous books in the series (regarding character relationships and…