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Book Review: Bluemantle by Karen Langston

April 15th, 2021 by Jane Turner

This review of Bluemantle by Karen Langston comes courtesy of a blog tour, organised by Random Things. Bluemantle was published by The Book Guild in ebook and paperback on 28 March 2021.   Blurb: LIVE MUSIC IS OUTLAWED. Set in the sun-scorched city of Wydeye, the totalitarian Authority controls its citizens through fear and cultivated […]

Book Review: The Hoax by Paul Clayton

April 5th, 2021 by Jane Turner

This review of The Hoax by Paul Clayton comes via a Blog Tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources. The Hoax is published on 1 April 2021 by 2qt Limited.   Blurb: Meet Frankie Baxter. She’s trying to make ends meet and keep the boat afloat for her three kids. She’s harassed, sometimes impatient, but she’s […]

Book Review: A Book of Secrets by Kate Morrison

March 31st, 2021 by Jane Turner

This review of A Book of Secrets comes courtesy of a Blog Tour organised by Random Things. I received a free copy of the hardcover. A Book of Secrets was published on 25 March 2021 by Jacaranda.    Blurb: A Book of Secrets tells the story of a West African girl hunting for her lost […]

Book Review: The Three Locks by Bonnie MacBird

March 25th, 2021 by Jane Turner

This review of The Three Locks by Bonnie MacBird is courtesy of a Blog Tour by Random Things. The Three Locks is published in Hardback on 1 April 2021 by Collins Crime Club.   Blurb: The year is 1887 and an Indian Summer broils London and Cambridge. A mysterious impregnable box arrives for Watson, locked […]

Book Review: Comeback by Chris Limb

March 16th, 2021 by Jane Turner

This review of Comeback by Chris Limb comes courtesy of a blog tour by Damppebbles. Comeback was published by Unbound Digital on 21 Jan 2021 in ebook version.   Blurb: Genie has everything – a BRIT award, a singing career, the attention of the press and Oliver Fox, a pretty boy who looks good on […]

Book Review: Old Bones by Helen Kitson

March 8th, 2021 by Jane Turner

I read Old Bones by Helen Kitson as part of a Blog Tour, organised by Damppebbles. Old Bones was published by Louise Walters Books in paperback and digital formats in 18 January 2021.   Blurb: Diana and her sister Antonia are house-sharing spinsters who have never got over their respective first loves. Diana owns a gift […]

Book Review: Smoke Screen by Thomas Enger & Jorn Lier Horst

February 24th, 2021 by Jane Turner

This review of Smoke Screen by Thomas Enger and Jørn Lier Horst comes courtesy of a Blog Tour by Random Things. I received a free copy of the ebook. Smoke Screen was published on 18 February 2021 by Orenda Books.   Blurb: Oslo, New Year’s Eve. The annual firework celebration is rocked by an explosion […]

Book Review: The Visitor by Louvie G. Tucker

February 3rd, 2021 by Jane Turner

This book review of The Visitor by Louvie G. Tucker comes courtesy of a Blog Tour hosted by Rachel’s Random Resources. I received a free copy of the ebook. The Visitor was self-published on 15 January 2021. Books like THIS are why I chose to be an editor.   Blurb: Nusans don’t cause trouble. Peter […]

Book Review: The Art of Dying by Ambrose Parry

January 16th, 2021 by Jane Turner

This review of The Art of Dying by Ambrose Parry comes courtesy of a Blog Tour organised by Random Things. I received a free copy of the paperback. The Art of Dying was published on 7 January 2021 by Black Thorn, an imprint of Canongate Books, in paperback. Hardback and audio versions are also available.   […]

Book Review: Clanlands by Sam Heughan & Graham McTavish

December 14th, 2020 by Jane Turner

This review of Clanlands by Sam Heughan & Graham McTavish is because I’m an Outlander fan. There, I’ve said it. And I’m not going to start some controversy on which book/season/character is my favourite. And truly, when this book was announced, I thought about it for a good while. I’m not fan enough to pay […]

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