TBR Troubles

This is very much #bookwormproblems but do you ever find yourself in a position where you just have so many amazing books queued up to read that picking the next one to start feels like an impossible task? This is my current predicament. I tend to reserve books I’ve been meaning to read from the […]

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Blog Tour: The American Agent by Jacqueline Winspear

Opening sentence: “Tonight I joined the women of the London Auxiliary Ambulance Service as they rushed to the aid of civilians caught in the relentless bombing of this brave city.” Welcome to my stop on this wonderful blog tour! The American Agent is the 15th outing for crime investigator, Maisie Dobbs, but don’t worry if – […]

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October Wrap Up / November TBR

October is over? This year is going scarily quick, isn’t it? I did read a few great books this month; stand out for me was Normal People – Sally Rooney’s writing ability is just off the scale. She taps into those tiny emotions we all have with such ease and elegance that you can’t help […]

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Review: Believe Me by JP Delaney

Published by Quercus / 385 pages Opening sentence: “On the day of departure, guests are required to vacate their rooms by noon.” I started writing this review straight after finishing Believe Me and was convinced it was going to be a 5/5. It is an energetic, original tale that sucked me in from the beginning. […]

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WWW Wednesday: 17th October 2018

Welcome to WWW Wednesday! Hosted by Sam over at Taking on a World of Words, if you’d like to join in, just answer the three questions below and pop your blog link on Sam’s weekly post in the comments. So, this week… What are you currently reading? The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley. GUYS, this is […]

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Review: One Little Lie by Sam Carrington

Published by Avon September 2018 / 384 pages Opening sentence: “It took approximately eight hours for Sean Taylor to die.” One Little Lie is a pacy thriller told by three women: Alice, Deborah and Connie. Alice’s son, Kyle, murdered Deborah’s son, Sean, and now Alice thinks reaching out and befriending Deborah is a good idea. The […]

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Review: The Wisdom of Sally Red Shoes by Ruth Hogan

Published in 2018 by Two Roads / 326 pages Opening sentence: “The old woman fills her lungs with the crisp autumn air, throws open her arms and exhales a flawless top C.” The Wisdom of Sally Red Shoes is Ruth Hogan’s second book. Having read – and loved – her debut, The Keeper of Lost […]

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