Genre: Mystery

Review: The Colour of Bee Larkham’s Murder

Review: The Colour of Bee Larkham’s Murder

Thirteen-year-old Jasper lives with his ex-Royal Marine father. His mother died several years ago and he misses her. Jasper has synaesthesia. Rather than hearing sounds, Jasper sees them as colour. Every sound has its own colour, every voice its own colour palette. His mother understood this – she had synaesthesia too. Jasper also experiences prosopagnosia, […]

Posted May 3, 2018


Review: Whistle In The Dark

Review: Whistle In The Dark

Jen Maddox has just been reunited with her 15-year-old daughter, Lana, following Lana’s four-day-longĀ disappearance. Jen and Lana had gone on a mother-daughter painting holiday when Lana went missing – sparking a huge search and nationwide missing persons campaign. Now that Lana’s back, she won’t tell anyone what happened to her. Seeing her daughter cut, battered […]

Posted May 1, 2018


Blog Tour & Review: Force of Nature

Blog Tour & Review: Force of Nature

I’m delighted to be one of a collection of bloggers on today’s stop on the #ForceofNature blog tour! I’ve been very excited to read Jane Harper’s new novel, the second in her Aaron Falk series. After loving her debut, The Dry, last year and seeing it do so well, I couldn’t wait to read Force […]

Posted February 10, 2018


Review: All The Wicked Girls

Review: All The Wicked Girls

When Summer Ryan goes missing in Grace, Alabama, it is feared that she is another Briar Girl. Girls have been going missing and the Police Dept is yet to uncover the truth of their disappearances. So Summer’s twin sister Raine takes it upon herself to find her sister, and enlists the help of two local […]

Posted October 16, 2017


Blog Tour: If We Were Villains

Blog Tour: If We Were Villains

I’m delighted to be today’s stop on the If We Were Villains blog tour. If you’ve missed the other stops on the tour so far you can find them all at the bottom of this post. Dellecher Classical Conservatory is an elite art school that is home to Oliver and his six friends; all of […]

Posted June 15, 2017


Blog Tour: The Cutaway

Blog Tour: The Cutaway

I’m delighted today to be the first stop on The Cutaway Blog Tour. Today I’m sharing my thoughts on the novel, but be sure to check out these other blogs over the next 12 days for different articles and features. Recently, I’ve become pretty interested in how the media uncover stories, how they break news […]

Posted April 1, 2017


Review: The Roanoke Girls

Review: The Roanoke Girls

When teenage Lane Roanoke’s mother commits suicide in their New York home, she has no idea what will happen to her. But it turns out that her mother’s parents, Lane’s grandparents, want her to live with them in Kansas. She’s never met them, but they are rich, with a big house and her cousin Allegra […]

Posted March 8, 2017


Blog Tour & Review: The Dry

Blog Tour & Review: The Dry

I am very excited to be one of the stops on The Dry blog tour today! In rural Australia, the town of Kiewarra is in drought – it hasn’t rained for two years. The farming community, and subsequently the entire town are struggling. So when three members of the Hadler family are found dead, with […]

Posted January 13, 2017