Meet-Cute: The Life of Crime by Martin Edwards

Welcome to a new series of posts across my blog and Instagram! Sometimes I just want to show off an excellent book cover or talk about my initial thoughts, and other times I just want to get my thoughts down whilst I’m emersed in the book before I’ve already moved on to the next. SoContinue reading “Meet-Cute: The Life of Crime by Martin Edwards”

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Don’t Let Him In by Howard Linskey:⭐⭐⭐ Non-Spoiler Review

Hello, long time no see! I know I say this quite a bit but I’m hoping to be more active on this blog in the coming months especially as I’m working on quicker ways to get my views on the books I’m reading across in monthly wrap-ups, for example. The majority of my time hasContinue reading “Don’t Let Him In by Howard Linskey:⭐⭐⭐ Non-Spoiler Review”

Sleep Tight by C. S. Green: ⭐⭐⭐Non-Spoiler Review

Hello everyone! I hope you’re all keeping safe, because it certainly has been a hectic and draining few weeks more so than our unfortunate new normal. However, we will always have books to offer just that little bit of escape and I’ve been relying on them more than ever. So, today it is my stopContinue reading “Sleep Tight by C. S. Green: ⭐⭐⭐Non-Spoiler Review”

The Shape of Darkness by Laura Purcell:⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Non-Spoiler Review

We may have only just reached the end of January, but I’ve already read one of my most anticipated releases of 2021! Laura Purcell was easily my Author of 2020 as I finally picked up her entire backlist, starting with Silent Companions, thanks to a combination of graduating from university, lockdown, and the wonderful DanContinue reading “The Shape of Darkness by Laura Purcell:⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Non-Spoiler Review”

Keeper by Jessica Moor: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Non-Spoiler Review

This book came out of the blue to truly impress me. Intriguing characters and an addictive writing style have ensured that I will be following Jessica Moor’s writing career very closely, and certainly trying her next releases. She tackles vital issues facing young women far too often and the twist specifically is the final gut punch that’s needed to make this necessary reading this year if you’re a mystery/thriller fan.