Monthly Archives: November, 2020

Shifting Sands by Pamela St Abbs

I am pleased to be involved in the mini book tour for Shifting Sands by Pamela St Abbs run by Lynsey Adams of Reading between the Lines. The novel is the fourth in the Inspector Campbell Mysteries. You can follow the tour during the week. The Blurb When messages of death are sent and two …

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The Stairwell by Dean Bryant

It is always exciting to discover a fine novelist whose work you haven’t read before, and Dean Bryant has certainly written an exciting debut novel. The Stairwell was recently published by darkstroke, an imprint of Crooked Cat Books. The Blurb Frightful visions. An unknown manipulator. A force from beyond reason. Brandon Chapman arrives home to …

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Hunted by Sarah Biglow and Molly Zenk

I normally avoid books written by more than one author. However, having read the excerpt from the new release, Hunted by Sarah Biglow and Molly Zenk @SBiglowWrites @UnsinkableMoZe published by Cayelle Publishing, @CayellePub this new novel is going straight to the top of my TBR pile. Follow the blog tour run by Love Books Group …

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The Village by Philip Duke

Today, I am happy to be part of the tour for the book by Philip Duke, published by Freshly Press, @freshly_press and run by Love Book Tours Group @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours. The Blurb A Cretan village confronts the Nazi juggernaut sweeping across Europe. A village matriarch tries to hold her family together…Her grieving son finds a …

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Who Cut Up The Moon by Lynne Hallett

I recently bought Who Cut Up The Moon written by Lynne Hallett and illustrated by ┬áRoz Wolseley-Charles. The book was a gift for my little granddaughter who is only two years old, it looked like it might be a little advanced for her but it was cute and I thought she would grow into it. …

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