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Settlement by Anne Stormont

Settlement is the second novel in Anne Stormont’s @writeanne trilogy set on the beautiful Scottish Isle of Skye. It is a privilege to be part of the blog tour arranged by Love Book Tours @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours for this fine novel. Enjoy the tour. Settlement is the sequel to literary romance novel, Displacement, but it can be …

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Who’s Smiling Now? by Joy Wood

It is always fun to discover an author who is new to you, and who’s books you enjoy. This happened to me recently when I discovered the novel Who’s Smiling Now? written by Joy Wood. I had met Joy at Swanwick Writers’ Summer School and always found her to be great company but it was …

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Interview with Lorraine Mace

It is my great pleasure to be joined on the blog today by the fabulous British Crime author, Lorraine Mace. Thank you for joining me today, Lorraine. Please tell my readers a little about yourself? I am primarily a crime writer, author of the D.I. Sterling series of hard-boiled crime, but I also have a …

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Hunter’s Secret reviewed by the Book Reviewing Mum

Good Morning Everyone, it’s the beginning of the week and I’m really excited to bring you an amazing crime novel! If you are a huge fan of LGBTQ books then this is one to add to your TBR especially if you feel passionately about it, understand the struggles this community face and also if you …

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Safe House by Jo Jakeman

I was given Safe House as a Secret Santa gift and it took me until lockdown to catch up with it. I am sorry about that, because it is an excellent. gripping novel and beautifully paced. The Blurb The morning after a terrible storm, a woman turns up in a remote Cornish village. She calls …

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Review of Hunter’s Blood by Lance Greenfield Mitchell

This is the second of Val Penny’s Hunter series that I have read. Although they can all be read as stand-alone stories, they are tied together by the continuity thread of the characters who reveal more of themselves as you read on. Once again, I struggled to keep up with the relationships between the characters …

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Hunter’s Secret Reviewed by Sharon Rimmelzwaan

Hunter’s Secret by Val Penny is the fifth book in the Edinburgh Crime mysteries featuring DI Hunter, although this is the first time I have read this author. This book does work as a standalone but by the time you have read it you will wish you had started at the beginning, I did. This …

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The Cold Cold Sea by Linda Huber

I have always enjoyed books by Linda Huber and I had had The Cold, Cold Sea in my TBR pile for far too long. I suppose lockdown had to be good for something, I made a dent into the bundle! The Blurb Maggie stared across the beach. The tide was coming in. But where was …

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Hunter’s Secret on Jess Bookish Life Blog

I am thrilled to share a fine review of Hunter’s Secret that appears on the brilliant blog, Jess Bookish Life Read the review there or below. It is part of the blog tour arranged by Rachel’s Random Resources. This is the fifth book in The Edinburgh Crime Mysteries Series and if you are reading this …

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Under Your Skin by Rose McClelland

I recently made a journey to London by train. I was meant to have my husband’s company, but he was unwell and not able to travel, so I took Rose McClelland’s new novel, Under Your Skin with me. I had read Rose’s earlier novel The Year of no Rules a while back and really enjoyed …

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