The second post of today from one of my favourite publishers, Hodder Books, is She Lies in the Vines by Benjamin Stevenson. I'm lucky to be on the blog tour for this thriller! I love a good thriller. First thing first about this book: Jane Harper praised it! I don't know about you but when … Continue reading She Lies in Vines Blog Tour
Listened Dark Pines on audible, and really enjoyed it. How could you not like something so atmospheric and that takes you to the wild Swedish forests? Tuva is a deaf journalist, able to hear with a hearing aid though likes turning it off and disconnecting herself from the world time to time. She lives in … Continue reading Dark Pines by Will Dean: Dark Pines nurturing dark minds
‘There’s something about death that gets under your skin and destroys you from the inside. Nobody warns you about it before you go. Nobody explains what happens to you once you’ve seen death first hand, when you’ve stared it in the face. The way it kind of gets its claws into you. Becomes part of … Continue reading The search for a missing daughter in never ending light: The Silver Road
Before I knew Mr Swanson, I had no idea how enjoyable the cat-and-mouse games were to read. I still remember picking up The Kind Worth Killing lazily in an airport, expecting very little of it as I've never heard of Mr Swanson back then. I started reading the book on the plane and I was … Continue reading Before She Knew Him: (a.k.a. me before meeting Mr Swanson)
Today it's my stop on Will Carver's Good Samaritans blog tour and I am pretty excited to talk about this fabulously dark and disturbing thriller! It was such a fast paced and eventful read and I can't help imagining it on the screen. It could be beautifully made into a movie or TV series. I … Continue reading One crossed wire, three victims, six bottles of bleach: Good Samaritans by Will Carver @will_carver @OrendaBooks @annecater
It's my stop today on the fabulous Stranger Diaries Blog tour. If you're a regular visitor of my blog you know I am always up for a good crime thriller, so I couldn't be happier to be on tour for this fab book! Elly Griffiths is famous for Ruth Galloway mysteries, and she is treating … Continue reading Officer, There is a Stranger in my diary! Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths
Our famous Belgian is BACK! First thing first: This is so far the most Agatha Christie flavoured book Hannah have penned! The start of the book reminded me of "A murder is announced"- 4 people get letters accusing them of murdering a man called 'Barnabas Pandy'- and the letters are signed by Hercules Poirot! But obviously, … Continue reading Why I LOVED Sophie Hannah’s New #Poirot book
How many times can one person die? And how many days it will take to solve the murder? I don't know if you will love this book, or not but I can promise you one thing: you've never read anything like this before! The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton is a superbly original … Continue reading The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle : How many times can Evelyn die?
The door gaped like a wound as they stepped in. A faint odour of rot and decay underscored the crisp heady scent of the eucalypts. And it was dark; the windows let in only a little daylight. As he stood in the centre of the room, Falk could first make out shapes, then details. Dust … Continue reading #BlogTour Force of Nature by Jane Harper
The Dry by Jane Harper was one of the most spoken crime/thrillers of last year. It was everywhere but I had so many books to read! I looked and looked at the reviews in other blogs until I feel like I was ready to read this book... And I did it! Well, first of all … Continue reading In the Drought of Doubt : The Dry by Jane Harper
I really loved this book! This is exactly the type of whodunit I like. Plus you have the humour. I loved the way Horowitz writes already but absolutely enjoyed him blending himself into the story and his inner thoughts made me chuckle from time to time. Really didn't want this book to finish. Although I … Continue reading The Word is Murder, the inspector is Hawthorne!