Tag Archives: Crooked Cat Books

Burying Bad News by Paula Williams

I have enjoyed each of the novels by Paula Williams so, recently when I had a particularly stressful time to endure, I turned to one of my favourite authors for comfort. There’s nothing like murders in Much Winchmoor to cheer me up! The Blurb One severed head, two warring neighbours – and a cold-blooded killer …

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The (D)Evolution of us by Morwenna Blackwood

I just finished the new book by Morwenna Blackwood. It is an intriguing title and I was interested to read the novel. The Blurb … the water was red and translucent, like when you rinse a paint brush in a jam jar. The deeper into the water, the darker the red got. No, the thicker …

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Author Tim Taylor

It is a pleasure to introduce you to author and poet, Tim E Taylor today. Tim writes novels, poetry and short stories. His two novels were published by Crooked Cat Books. His debut novel, Zeus of Ithome is ground breaking historical fiction. It tells a tale set in Greece, 373 BC where for three centuries, the Messenian …

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The End of the Road by Anna Legat

I am overjoyed to be included in the blog tour arranged by Love Books Tours @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours for The End of the Road by Anna Legat @LegatWriter and published by @ darkstrokedark an imprint of Crooked Cat Books @crookedcatbooks. This new novel is an exciting work from a talented author. The Blurb The fight for …

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Tackling Serious Issues within Romantic Comedies by Lynn Forth

I am delighted to have my friend and fellow author, Lynn Forth visit my blog today. Lynn writes tight, entertaining romantic comedy novels that always make her readers think and empathise with her characters. Over to you, Lynn. Thank you for inviting me on to your site, Val. You are a really generous supporter of …

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My roller coaster journey of writing! by Rose McClelland

I am thrilled that one of my favourite authors, Rose McClelland has taken time out of her busy day to join me now and give some insight into her writing journey ahead of the launch of her new novel, Under Your Skin. The Journey Hi Val and thanks so much for having me on your …

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Mixing reality and imagination by Angela Wren

It is a treat to have my friend and fellow author, Angela Wren visit my blog today to discuss Marseille, the setting for the fourth novel in her bestselling series of novels featuring Jacques Foret. Thank you for visiting today, Angela. Tell us all about Marseille, please. A vast sprawling conurbation, Marseille, is the second …

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Lies, Mistakes and Misunderstandings by Katharine Johnson

Although this was the first novel written by Katharine Johnson, it is the one I have read most recently. I always enjoy the subtle pschological thrillers created by Johnson. I would put the quality of her writing along side Erin Kelly or Sophie Hannah, although Johnson is less well known. In Lies, Mistakes and Misunderstandings, …

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Finding Nina by Sue Barnard

I recently treated myself to a pile of books by a group of my favourite authors amongst those books was the most recent novel by Sue Barnard, Finding Nina. Finding Nina is a relatively short book, but that is not a critism. The novel deals with the life of a woman, given up for adoption …

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The Refuge by Jo Fenton

I have just finished the new novel by Jo Fenton, The Refuge, published by Crooked Cat Books. The novel is a sequel to her debut novel, The Brotherhood which is also reviewed on this site at https://bookreviewstoday.info/2018/07/25/the-brotherhood-by-jo-fenton/ . The Refuge commences at the point where the Abbey has passed from the Brotherhood to Mark and …

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