Monthly Archives: November, 2018

Antiques and Alibis by Wendy H. Jones

Antiques and Alibis by Wendy Jones was in the middle of my TBR pile. Therefore, I was delighted when she and her publishers, Scott and Lawson, arranged a blog tour with Love Books Group Tour and I had an excuse to move this new novel to the top of the list. My favourite genres of books …

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Me and My Writing by guest author Joy Rhoades

I am delighted that author Joy Rhoades has made time to visit my blog today to share her tips on writing I’ve always loved words, and books and writing and I always to be a writer, but that plan was derailed early on and instead, and I became for a while, a lawyer. But the …

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Homocide in Herne Hill by Alice Castle

Homocide in Herne Hill is the fourth book in the series written by the English author Alice Castle. I very much enjoy this series of books and find the heroine, single Mum Beth Haldane most engaging. The author has a fine eye for observing people, noting their idiosyncrasies and reproducing them in her books. In …

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My novel ‘Montbel’ by guest author Angela Wren

I am so happy to have my friend and fellow author, Angela Wren join me on the blog today to tell me all about her new book Montbel published by Crooked Cat Books. Over to you Angela! Way back in 2007, I had an idea for a book. And it really was just the one …

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Finding Jess by guest author Julia Ibbotson

I am so pleased that Julia Ibbotson and her publishers, Endeavour Media, have agreed to share news about her new novel, Finding Jess. It is the third book in her Drumbeats Trilogy following the story of her intruiging character, Jess and her busy life full of love and betrayal. This is a story you do …

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Redneck’s Revenge by Joan Livingston

I read and enjoyed Joan Livingston’s debut novel, Chasing the Case, at the end of last year. That book is reveiwed here: https://bookreviewstoday.info/2018/05/30/chasing-the-case-by-joan-livingston/. So, when I noticed that there was a sequel to that, I was keen to read that too and I was not disappointed. Although Chasing the Case and Redneck’s Revenge are the first …

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The Savage Shore by guest author David Hewison

I am delighted to be part of the Love Book Group Tour and to have David Hewison visit my blog today to talk about his new book The Savage Shore published by Severn House and share an excerpt from it. The Blurb Detective Nic Costa finds himself a stranger in a strange land when he’s …

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Calamity in Camberwell by Alice Castle

Calamity in Camberwell is the third in Alice Castle’s best selling London Murder Mystery series. I have read the first two novels in the series and really enjoyed them, so I was waiting for this book to come out so that I could take it on holiday. The author has created a delightful heroine in …

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