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Book Review: Fall Out by Mark Grenside

The film industry is not always the glitz and glam we think. Especially when murder is involved. Blurb Fall Out by Mark Grenside The Player meets Get Shorty in this thrilling debut from Mark Grenside. An LA screenwriter is killed shortly after completing his latest script, FALL OUT – a thriller destined to be a … Continue reading Book Review: Fall Out by Mark Grenside

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Book Review: An Implacable Woman by K.T. Findlay

"Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned." That saying has never rang more true than in my latest book review. Goodreads Blurb An Implacable Woman by K.T. Findlay If a tooth costs a tooth and an eye costs an eye When a man hits his wife, then it’s his turn to die Furious that … Continue reading Book Review: An Implacable Woman by K.T. Findlay

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Book Review: Blue Hollow by Cheryl Rees-Price

I have an absolute cracker for you today. Get the food supplies and the blanket ready. You are going to go into a 24-hour reading session for this one. Goodreads Blurb Blue Hollow by Cheryl Rees-Price A child lies in an unmarked grave, another missing without a trace. Blue Hollow is a place that Eddie … Continue reading Book Review: Blue Hollow by Cheryl Rees-Price

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Book Review: Sisters of Berlin by Juliet Conlin

One of the best things about being a book blogger is being introduced to authors you may not have heard of otherwise. I was first introduced to Juliet Conlin a few years back via The Uncommon Life of Alfred Warner in Six Days. Now she is one of my favourite authors. Here is her latest … Continue reading Book Review: Sisters of Berlin by Juliet Conlin

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Book Review: Salvation Station by Kathryn Schleich

Looking for a book that will completely suck you in and make you forget about what is going on in the world? Salvation Station is that book! Goodreads Blurb Salvation Station by Kathryn Schleich When committed female police captain Linda Turner, haunted by the murders of two small children and their pastor father, becomes obsessed … Continue reading Book Review: Salvation Station by Kathryn Schleich

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Book Review: Rage and Retribution by Lorraine Mace

Rage and retribution: two great elements to a crime book. This book incorporates them so well that the author aptly chose the title as Rage and Retribution. Goodreads Blurb Rage and Retribution by Lorraine Mace Can two wrongs ever make a right? A man is found by the side of a canal, comatose and brutally … Continue reading Book Review: Rage and Retribution by Lorraine Mace

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Book Review: Traumata by Douglas Renwick

*Trigger Warning* This book deals with PTSD. Goodreads Blurb Traumata by Douglas Renwick In Khuh Tabar, high up in foothills of the Hindu Kush, a young Englishwoman watches her loved-ones die. In 2020, she returns to England, bereaved and broken. When she discovers the identity of the man who murdered them, her grief turns to … Continue reading Book Review: Traumata by Douglas Renwick

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Book Review: Hands Up by Stephen Clark

I'm gonna say it. I can't help it. This is my best book of 2020 so far. Goodreads Blurb Hands Up by Stephen Clark Officer Ryan Quinn, a rookie raised in a family of cops, is on the fast track to detective until he shoots an unarmed black male. Now, with his career, reputation and … Continue reading Book Review: Hands Up by Stephen Clark

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Book Review: Hunter’s Blood by Val Penny

After a couple of different books opening 2020 for Joyful Antidotes, I'm back to what I love the most: crime and thriller. Goodrads Blurb Hunter's Blood by Val Penny DI Hunter Wilson never has just one problem to solve. Three elderly women he knows have died in mysterious circumstances. Hunter appears to be the only … Continue reading Book Review: Hunter’s Blood by Val Penny

Book Review: The Fourth Victim by John Mead

I'm back to what I love the most. Books about murderers. Feel the same? Then jump right in! Blurb The Fourth Victim* by John Mead tries to solve the cases of young girls who have been targeted and killed in the green spaces of Whitechapel. It is up to Detective Sergeant Julie Lukula and Inspector … Continue reading Book Review: The Fourth Victim by John Mead