Month: February 2019

Review: The Plotters

Review: The Plotters

A Wee Summary The Plotters is my first foray into what has been dubbed by many as ‘Korean Noir’. With a synopsis that immediately piqued my interest, this novel is unlike any thriller I’ve ever read. Following the end of military rule in South Korea, there’s been an emergence of an industry for hitmen. The […]

Posted February 20, 2019


Review: King of Scars

Review: King of Scars

My thoughts on King of Scars Well, I LOVED King of Scars and savoured it for as long as possible! Another trip into Bardugo’s brilliant Grishaverse, this time with Nikolai – a firm favourite of mine from the previous books set in this world. Told from multiple perspectives – some old, favourite characters and some […]

Posted February 16, 2019


Blog Tour & Review: The Lost Man

Blog Tour & Review: The Lost Man

Having read and loved Jane Harper’s first two novels (The Dry and Force of NatureĀ – click links for my reviews), I’ve been lucky enough to have early access to a copy of her latest book, The Lost Man. I’m delighted to host one of today’s stops on The Lost Man Blog Tour. Blog Tour Pop […]

Posted February 10, 2019


Review: The Silent Patient

Review: The Silent Patient

A Wee Summary Alicia Berenson, artist, murdered her husband Gabriel, a well-known fashion photographer, six years ago and has not uttered a word since. Theo faber, psychotherapist, had previously been working in Broadmoor before recently attaining a role at The Grove, a secure forensic psychiatric unit in North London. It’s at The Grove that Alice […]

Posted February 5, 2019