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The Brides Trail by AA Abbott (Review)

Hey guys. Today I am delighted to be on the tour for The Brides Trail by AA Abbott, out now in both paperback and Kindle formats - also available on Kindle Unlimited. I was sent a copy of this book for free as part of the tour. The Brides Trail is a fairly short read… Continue reading The Brides Trail by AA Abbott (Review)

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The Boy at the Door by Alex Dahl (Review)

I'm pleased to be bringing you a book review as part of the #LoveBooksGroupTours for The Boy at the Door by Alex Dahl. Available now on Kindle, in Hardback and Paperback editions. The Boy at the Door is a psychological thriller based in Norway and goes between the perspective of Cecilia and Tobias. Cecilia, the… Continue reading The Boy at the Door by Alex Dahl (Review)

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The Judas Tree by Susan Bacoyanis (Review)

The Judas Tree is the second book in the linked series by Susan Bacoyanis, available now, published by Endeavour Media. It is a short read [185 pages] suited for anyone who is a fan women's psychological thrillers. It's available both in Paperback and Kindle formats and is available on Kindle Unlimited. If you've not tried… Continue reading The Judas Tree by Susan Bacoyanis (Review)

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Start by Graham Morgan (Review)

Today, I am on the Love Groups Tour for Start by Graham Morgan, available now in both Kindle and Paperback editions. This is a non-fiction read about Mental Health, so I'm really pleased to have been given the opportunity to share this with you. Having poor mental health myself, I leapt at the chance to… Continue reading Start by Graham Morgan (Review)

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Black Moss by David Nolan (Review)

I'm pleased to be kicking off the tour for David Nolan's novel, Black Moss! Available now in both Paperback and Kindle formats, published by Fahrenheit Press and available now. Be sure to check out the other tour stops to find out more. Black Moss is a story about "Danny Something" and his journey to discover… Continue reading Black Moss by David Nolan (Review)

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Antiques and Alibis by Wendy H. Jones (Review)

Today, I am bringing you a review as part of the tour for Antiques and Alibis by Wendy H. Jones! The book is available now in both Kindle and Paperback formats. The blurb instantly had my interested in this book. A former ballerina turned Private Investigator? Sign me up! I love a good, strong female… Continue reading Antiques and Alibis by Wendy H. Jones (Review)

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Think Yourself Lucky by Ramsey Campbell (Review)

Today, I'm on the Random Things blog tour for Think Yourself Lucky by Ramsey Campbell and I've got a review for you! The books is available in Paperback, Hardback and Kindle edition. Categorised as a horror novel, I wasn't sure how this book would go. I'm not majorly familiar with horror as a genre and… Continue reading Think Yourself Lucky by Ramsey Campbell (Review)