Tim Adler- Slow Bleed

A missing son. A kidnapper who’s dead. Nobody believes her. Nothing will stop her. Everything changes for Doctor Jemma Sands when she tries to save the life of a car crash victim rushed to A&E. The young woman, Toppy Mrazek, is pregnant. Jemma is faced with a terrible dilemma: either she can save the mother … Continue reading Tim Adler- Slow Bleed

Tim Adler- Blog Tour 14-19th July- Surrogate out now…

Delighted to take part in this week’s blog tour heralding the publication of Tim Adler’s second crime thriller Surrogate. Following Tim’s debut stand alone thriller Slow Bleed reviewed here  Surrogate is an equally tense psychological thriller focusing on the possible pitfalls of choosing the wrong person to bear your child. Not all dreams come true in a … Continue reading Tim Adler- Blog Tour 14-19th July- Surrogate out now…

April Round Up and Raven’s Book of the Month

Well, it has been another full-on month of crime capers spanning the globe, packed with intriguing plotlines and ingenious killers. Fictionally speaking,  I’ve been to Mexico, France and New York, as well as witnessing some new home grown talent, witnessing murder and mayhem with both psychological and visceral thrills and spills. I think April’s reading has … Continue reading April Round Up and Raven’s Book of the Month

REVIEWS 2014

Tim Adler- Slow Bleed Tim Adler- Surrogate M. J. Arlidge- Eeny Meeny Jean-Luc Bannalec- Death In Pont Aven (www.crimefictionlover.com) Simon Beckett- Stone Bruises (www.crimefictionlover.com ) Stephen Booth- The Corpse Bridge (www.crimefictionlover.com) Cilla & Rolf Borjlind- Spring Tide Sheila Bugler- The Waiting Game (www.crimefictionlover.com) Chris Carter- An Evil Mind Wiley Cash- This Dark Road To Mercy Tammy … Continue reading REVIEWS 2014

A trio of tempting crime treats- Gangsterland/The Invisible Guardian/The Snow Kimono

Realising that the official April monthly round-up is but a few hours away, thought I best get a wiggle on tidying up the read pile for the month. Despite powering through a stack of advance reading copies, all of the books below I very naughtily bought during the course of the month, despite my initially extremely noble … Continue reading A trio of tempting crime treats- Gangsterland/The Invisible Guardian/The Snow Kimono

BLOG TOUR- Glen Erik Hamilton- Past Crimes- Guest Post: Why I Write About Crime + Review

It’s the last stop on the Glen Erik Hamilton blog tour to promote his debut thriller Past Crimes. I’m delighted to be hosting a special post by Glen on why crime is his chosen genre and my review of the book follows. It’s no exaggeration to say that you’re going to love this debut…  Why … Continue reading BLOG TOUR- Glen Erik Hamilton- Past Crimes- Guest Post: Why I Write About Crime + Review

March New Releases- Raven’s Top Picks

Graham Masterton- White Bones One wet November morning, a field on Meagher’s Farm gives up the dismembered bones of eleven women. In this part of Ireland, unmarked graves are common. But these bones date to 1915, long before the Troubles. What’s more, these bones bear the marks of a meticulous executioner. These women were almost certainly … Continue reading March New Releases- Raven’s Top Picks