Book Review: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

The Silent Patient is one of the most talked about books I’ve seen this year, and now having read it, I understand why – it is a mightily impressive debut. ALICIAAlicia Berenson writes a diary as a release, an outlet - and to prove to her beloved husband that everything is fine. She can't bear … Continue reading Book Review: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Books & Baubles: Celebrating Orion’s 2019 Highlights #BooksAndBaubles

Doesn't it feel like Christmas? It certainly does, and Christmas came early for me this year, as I was in invited to Orion's Books & Baubles event. Champagne, afternoon tea, a chance to chat with authors, and the Orion staff team, and the icing on the cake, taking home some very exciting books, that are … Continue reading Books & Baubles: Celebrating Orion’s 2019 Highlights #BooksAndBaubles

Book Review: The Craftsman by Sharon Bolton  

I couldn’t have picked a better book for my second buddy read with Eva @ Novel Deelights. We both loved this book, and it contained so many discussion worthy points. Oh, and let me not forget to mention – The Craftsman gets all the stars, brilliant, just brilliant! Devoted father or merciless killer? His secrets are … Continue reading Book Review: The Craftsman by Sharon Bolton  

Book Review: Hangman by Daniel Cole (Detective William Fawkes #2) #HangmanBook

Happy publication day to Daniel Cole, Hangman is published in hardback today! Book Description: A detective with no one to trust A killer with nothing to lose 18 months after the 'Ragdoll' murders, a body is found hanging from Brooklyn Bridge, the word 'BAIT' carved into the chest. In London a copycat killer strikes, branded … Continue reading Book Review: Hangman by Daniel Cole (Detective William Fawkes #2) #HangmanBook

Book Review: The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld

The Child Finder is a haunting tale told in the most imaginative way. Book Description: Naomi Cottle finds missing children. When the police have given up their search and an investigation stalls, families call her. She possesses a rare, intuitive sense, born out of her own harrowing experience that allows her to succeed when others … Continue reading Book Review: The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld