Mortmain Hall by Martin Edwards: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Non-Spoiler Review [Blog Tour]

It’s already time for my second blog tour! I was so happy to see this review request in my inbox, and that was from the summary alone. Mortmain Hall promised a classic whodunit puzzle set in 1930, the Golden Age of gothic mystery and chilling murder. Plus, look at that gorgeous cover! There is just no way I could resist being part of this awesome blog tour to celebrate the publication of Mortmain Hall.

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After Dark by Dominic Nolan: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Non-Spoiler Review [Blog Tour]

I’m so excited to be posting this review! Today is my stop on the After Dark blog tour and my first ever contribution to a blog tour. Headline have organised this blog tour to celebrate the release of Dominic Nolan’s second novel, and the latest appearance of D.S. Abigail Boone, After Dark following Past Life published in 2019.

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The Guest List by Lucy Foley: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Non-Spoiler Review

Lucy Foley’s next murder mystery is finally here! Well, I say finally, but I’ve only had to wait since November after I read, and fell in love with, The Hunting Party (2019). As one of my most highly anticipated 2020 releases I couldn’t wait to see if the success of Foley’s twisty Scottish highland tale of a New Years Eve reunion gone wrong would be continued in The Guest List (2020) as a similarly ill-fated wedding party become isolated by a summer storm. This is a non-spoiler review, and I will do my best to ensure nothing can be spoilt.

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SIX (UK Tour):⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Review

If you’ve been in any contact with the British musical theatre industry in the past three years, you’ve likely heard of Six. Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss’ reimagining of the six wives of Henry VIII has been taking the world, including Broadway and Australia, by storm since its debut as a student production at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017. Six sees all six queens of England reunite to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak and they take back the microphone with full force.

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February TBR Including Blackathon 2020

It’s finally February! I really thought January was never going to end, but here we are. In January I threw myself into reading, experimenting with just how much I could read and how much my mood affects my reading before really sinking my teeth into my two 2020 resolutions; first, to be on top of anticipated 2020 releases and second, to read far more diversely. Luckily, February has turned into the perfect opportunity to make a good start on both of those resolutions. Continue reading to see my Blackathon 2020 TBR, listed at the top, followed by 2020 releases and finally the other books I’m planning to get to.

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