Tag Archive: book review

What Day 21 Of #NaNoWriMo Has Taught Me, About Me.

On day 21 of National Novel Writing Month, I have a day off work. Yesterday I told myself that I would use this day off to catch up and write approximately 10,000 words.… Continue reading

The Casual Vacancy by J K Rowling #bookreview

  The Casual Vacancy by J K Rowling Have to confess I actually had no idea what this book was about before I started reading it. The only press I’d seen regarding it… Continue reading

Moonlight Mile #bookreview

MOONLIGHT MILE By Dennis Lehane The official blurb: Amanda McCready was four years old when she vanished from her blue-collar Boston neighborhood. Patrick Kenzie and Angela Gennaro risked everything to find her—only to orchestrate… Continue reading

Cold Kill #BookReview

COLD KILL by Neil White The blurb: Every breath you take, he’ll be watching you… When Jane Roberts is found dead in a woodland area Detective Sergeant Laura McGanity is first on the scene.… Continue reading

Notting Hell #BookReview

    Notting Hell by Rachel Johnson What can I say about this book….. it certainly does sound like hell, I’d hate to live there! Intelligent, witty and well observed – it offers… Continue reading

Birthdays for the Dead #BookReview

Birthdays for the Dead by Stuart MacBride The synopsis bit: Five years ago his daughter, Rebecca, went missing on the eve of her thirteenth birthday. A year later the first card arrived: homemade, with… Continue reading

The Silence by Alison Bruce #BookReview

THE SILENCE by Alison Bruce I have so looked forward to this book! I even queued for it during the launch at Heffer’s in Cambridge where I finally got to meet the lovely… Continue reading

The Calling #BookReview

The Calling by Alison Bruce Synopsis: Kaye Whiting went to buy a birthday present and didn’t come back. Fifty miles away in Cambridge town centre a deeply disturbed young woman is standing by a… Continue reading

The Price Of Redemption #BookReview

The Price Of Redemption by Gavin R Dobson I wasn’t especially looking forward to this book but I am so glad that I’ve read it as it was really gripping! It seems to… Continue reading

The Siren #BookReview

The Siren by Alison Bruce I searched high and low for this book after being completely blown away by Cambridge Blue. I wanted to read more about Gary Goodhew, as with all great… Continue reading