Blog Tour | Book Review: Block 46 by Johana Gustawsson

Since I finished this 5* crime fiction read, I’ve been eagerly awaiting my stop on the blog tour so I can share my review with you all. Block 46 needs to be on your reading list, it’s fantastic! And how amazing is the cover!?! Book Description: Evil remembers… Falkenberg, Sweden. The mutilated body of talented … Continue reading Blog Tour | Book Review: Block 46 by Johana Gustawsson

Book Review: The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

This year Babbling Book Club aims to read the world, and I decided to join them [fictionally] in Spain to read The Shadow of the Wind. This book has been on my radar for quite some time; a literary thriller with a lovely blend of mystery and historical fiction. From the back cover: Hidden in … Continue reading Book Review: The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

Book Review: Butterfly on the Storm by Walter Lucius

Book one in The Heartland Trilogy, Butterfly on the Storm, is a best-selling Dutch thriller. Book Description: A young boy is found in woods outside Amsterdam. Broken and bloody, he appears to be the victim of a brutal hit-and-run. When the police at the hospital ask what happened, the one word the boy repeats they … Continue reading Book Review: Butterfly on the Storm by Walter Lucius

Book Review: The Owl Always Hunts at Night by Samuel Bjork

Book 2 in the Munch and Krüger series, this book follows ‘I’m Travelling Alone’. From the back Cover: When a young woman is found dead, the police are quick to respond. But what they find at the scene is unexpected. The body is posed, the scene laboriously set. And there is almost no forensic evidence … Continue reading Book Review: The Owl Always Hunts at Night by Samuel Bjork

Book Review: The Bird Tribunal by Agnes Ravatn

A mesmerising, gripping, one-sitting read! The pages of this book place you under their spell, Ravatn writes in such a powerful way, everything around you fades and finishing this book is all that matters. From the back cover: TV presenter Allis Hagtorn leaves her partner and her job to take voluntary exile in a remote … Continue reading Book Review: The Bird Tribunal by Agnes Ravatn