Have you ever played two truths and a lie? Emma has. Her first summer away from home, she learned how to play the game. And she learned how to lie. Then three of her new friends went into the woods and never returned . . . Now, years later, Emma has been asked to go… Continue reading #BookReview Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager #LastTimeILied @riley_sager @PenguinRHUK #Crime #Thriller #Mystery #NetGalley
When Harriet Westaway receives an unexpected letter telling her she’s inherited a substantial bequest from her Cornish grandmother, it seems like the answer to her prayers. She owes money to a loan shark and the threats are getting increasingly aggressive: she needs to get her hands on some cash fast. There's just one problem -… Continue reading #BookReview The Death of Mrs Westaway by Ruth Ware #TheDeathofMrsWestaway @RuthWareWriter @PenguinRHUK #NetGalley
Hello! Today I’m pleased to welcome you to JuliaPalooza for my stop on the Blog Tour for I, Witness by Niki Mackay, which is available to buy now (links below). About the book They say I'm a murderer. Six years ago, Kate Reynolds was found holding the body of her best friend; covered in blood, and clutching… Continue reading #BlogTour I, WITNESS by Niki Mackay #IWitness @NikiMackayBooks @orionbooks @orion_crime #BookReview #NetGalley
After the notorious ‘Middle Street Massacre’ of 1951, when the majority of Brighton’s criminals wiped one another out in a vicious battle as the local police force enjoyed a brief stop en route for an ice cream, Inspector Steine rather enjoys life as a policeman. No criminals, no crime, no stress. He just wishes Sergeant… Continue reading #BookReview A SHOT IN THE DARK: A Constable Twitten Mystery by Lynne Truss #AShotInTheDark #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. I am currently reading When Harriet Westaway receives an unexpected letter telling her she’s inherited a substantial bequest from her Cornish grandmother, it seems like the answer to her prayers. She… Continue reading Looking Ahead – July 2018’s TBR list!
During June, I read: It was my plan this month to try to clear some of my creaking NetGalley shelf. And, in one sense, it was a success, I read five cracking NG books (as well as some others). In another, it was a complete failure as I added 14 (yes, FOURTEEN!) to my shelf in… Continue reading Monthly wrap-up – June 2018 (Tackling #MountTBR – NA Episode IV: NetGalleyholics Anonymous – A New Hope)
Beautiful. Rich. Mysterious. Everyone wants to be a Roanoke girl. But you won't when you know the truth. Lane Roanoke is fifteen when she comes to live with her grandparents and fireball cousin at the Roanoke family's rural estate following the suicide of her mother. Over one long, hot summer, Lane experiences the benefits of being one of the rich… Continue reading #BookReview THE ROANOKE GIRLS by Amy Engel #TheRoanokeGirls @aengelwrites @HodderBooks #NetGalley