A Thriller with 90’s Vibes – The Six Review

The Six is a thriller in the same vein as 90’s slasher movies, so if you like those then you’ll love The Six. It’s a standard thriller, but parts of it fall into the cheesy side of things (and a couple of parts are a bit more like a 90’s slasher than it may like…

A neighbour from Hell – The Devil Upstairs Review

The Devil Upstairs is a thriller of sorts like no other that I’ve read so far! The premise is instantly a hook for wanting to know more, as well as pairing it with the title – it makes for quite an interesting prod for attention! The Devil Upstairs follows our heroine, Cat Thomas, a fraud investigator at…

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…

Can you find her? – The Missing Wife Review

The Missing Wife by Sam Carrington is the kind of book where you know exactly what kind of book you’re about to read based on just the blurb. This Missing Wife is a psychological thriller with plenty of twists to keep you turning the pages. During a surprise fortieth birthday, Louisa’s life completely changes. When…

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…

Do you dare to sleep? – Sleep Review

Sleep is anenjoyable psychological thriller that takes place in a claustrophobic settingthat give off some strong Agatha Christie vibes! Set on the remote Scottish island of Rum, in a lonely hotel,things start to become more than they seem and the situation becomes bleak andhopeless. Our main character, Anna, is out to escape. She was involvedin…

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…

Their Lives are in YOUR hands – The Passengers Review

I’ve only read one John Marrs book before, The One, and it was really good, so I had high hopes for The Passengers and boy did it deliver! I read The Passengers in one day – it was completely unputdownable! How could it not be with a premise like this: Eight driverless cars are hacked and set on a collision course. Who lives and…