#BlogTour, Review: “The Web They Wove” by Catherine Yaffe

Compulsively readable, “The Web They Wove” by Catherine Jaffe comes at you like a freight train, gaining momentum as it rolls down the track. About the Book Not all killers are who they first seem.. The mutilated body of a young female is found in a popular recreation ground in Leeds city centre. DI Ziggy…

Review: “The Liar’s Daughter” by Rona Halsall

Hands down one of the best thrillers I’ve read so far this year, “The Liar’s Daughter” by Rona Halsall will have your heart racing, your palms sweaty, and your breath stuck in your throat. About the Book The call comes on an ordinary Sunday afternoon to say your sister has been admitted to hospital with…

Review: “Trust No One” by Keri Beevis

An anxiety inducing thrill ride filled with more truth-distorting twists than a fun house mirror. About the Book A long, long time ago, you did a bad, bad thing… Now it’s time to pay.  When Olivia Blake receives a note, she thinks someone is playing a prank, until she is lured to an empty house. When…

Review: “The Invitation” (Stephanie King Book #2) by Rachel Abbott

Addicting, pulse-pounding, and shocking, “The Invitation” by Rachel Abbott is a book you can’t put down. It takes off running on the very first page and doesn’t let up until the last. About the Book The first time Jemma and Matt were invited to the imposing ocean-view home belonging to Lucas Jarrett, it was for…

Review: “Song of the Psychopath” by Mark Tilbury

Disturbingly dark, sinister, and terrifying at times, “Song of the Psychopath” by Mark Tilbury is a house of horror that’s hard to read at times, but impossible to put down.  About the Book A year after going missing from home, Tommy Scarlett is found unconscious in an isolated country road. He has a fractured skull,…

Review: “The Girl in the Missing Poster” by Barbara Copperthwaite

An addictive mix of anxiety-inducing suspense and heart wrenching drama, “The Girl in the Missing Poster” by Barbara Copperthwaite is a perfectly paced thriller brimming with palpable tension. About the Book MISSING – Have you seen this girl? Nineteen-year-old Leila Hawkins was last seen on 24 June, 1994, when she left her parents’ anniversary party…