Renee at It’s Book Talk began Throwback Thursday as a way to share some old favourites or books that you're finally getting around to reading that were published months or years ago. This week, my Throwback Thursday 'old favourite' is a darkly comic murder mystery that I've read two or three times, Past Mortem by Ben Elton. With… Continue reading #TBT Throwback Thursday – 8 March 2018: Past Mortem by Ben Elton #ThrowbackThursday
Hosted by Lipsy Lost & Found, This Week In Books is a weekly Wednesday post covering what you have read recently, what you are currently reading and what you will be reading next. In the last couple of weeks, I have read: The Mystery of the Blue Train by Agatha Christie on audiobook. More classic crime… Continue reading #TWIB This Week in Books – 7 March 2018
You can never know what goes on behind closed doors. Or can you? Holly never thought she’d move back to her home town, but then something terrible happened. She doesn’t know if she can recover. But she knows she can never tell another soul. People say her neighbour, David, is “different”. He doesn’t go out much, and never after… Continue reading #BookReview The Visitor by K.L. Slater #TheVisitor @KimLSlater @bookouture #NetGalley
Looking Ahead is a monthly meme hosted by Tina at Reading Between the Pages, where you can share your reading plans for the upcoming month. After a really slow reading month in February, I need to up the pace a bit in March! I have ARCs for several books which are released this month - including… Continue reading Looking Ahead – March 2018’s TBR list!
This is a slight cheat as I didn't do a monthly wrap-up for January so I'm bundling both months up in one! January During the long, long (long! before payday) first month of the year, I read seven novels and listened to four audiobooks: The latter - as part of my reading goals to revisit… Continue reading Monthly wrap-up – January-February 2018
You made a promise to your sister. It could destroy your daughter. The Daughter 15-year-old Rosie lies in hospital fighting for her life. She’s trying to tell her mother what happened to her, and how she got there, but she can’t speak the words out loud. The Mother Rosie’s mother Toni has a secret. She had a traumatic childhood,… Continue reading #BookReview The Pact by S.E. Lynes #ThePact @SELynesAuthor @bookouture #NetGalley
They were all there the day your sister went missing... Who is lying? Who is next? THEN – In charge of her little sister at the beach, Claire allowed Eleanor to walk to the shop alone to buy an ice cream. Placing a coin into her hand, Claire told her to be quick, knowing how… Continue reading #BookReview The Reunion by Samantha Hayes #TheReunion @samhayes @bookouture #NetGalley