Bookouture · Brilliant · crime · Crime Thriller · gripping · review · thriller · Tom Bale

All Fall Down by Tom Bale

Publisher: Bookouture (1 Sept. 2016) Format: Kindle version The Blurb . . . You tried to save a life. Now you’re fighting to save your own. It’s the perfect Sunday. Summer sunshine, a barbecue with the kids. But a knock on the garden gate and two words, ‘HELP ME’, changes everything. When loving parents Rob… Continue reading All Fall Down by Tom Bale

#bookhangover · Bookouture · debut novel · Louise Jensen · New blog · New home · The Sister

#bookhangover with Louise Jensen

So, considering that this term was first introduced to me after reading the brilliant debut novel The Sister by Louise Jensen, it seemed rather fitting that I invited her to be my first guest post so … It gives me great pleasure to welcome Louise to my blog today and here are the 8 questions… Continue reading #bookhangover with Louise Jensen

#bookhangover · Feature Post · Louise Jensen · The Sister

New Feature Post #bookhangover

I’ve been trying to decide on a new and different feature post for my blog, but other than the typical Q & A’s / best of posts (which are brilliant – I just couldn’t think of one that isn’t already being done!) and I thought back to a comment made by a fellow blogger (I… Continue reading New Feature Post #bookhangover

Feature Post · New blog · New home · review

#ETLBW has moved!

Welcome to my lovely new blog page here at WordPress! I hope that the move is smooth – I have tried and tested all the lovely new features such as post scheduling and emails so it should all be in working order. Please let me know if it’s not! I found that although my #blogger… Continue reading #ETLBW has moved!

angela marsons · Bookouture · crime · Exciting · gripping · review · serial killer · sociopath · thriller

Play Dead by Angela Marsons

Bookouture (14 May 2016) The Blurb . . . The dead don’t tell secrets… unless you listen. The girl’s smashed-in face stared unseeing up to the blue sky, soil spilling out of her mouth. A hundred flies hovered above the bloodied mess. Westerley research facility is not for the faint-hearted. A ‘body farm’ investigating human… Continue reading Play Dead by Angela Marsons

Bookouture · Casey Kelleher · crime · Crime Thriller · Exciting · gripping · serial killer · thriller

The Taken by Casey Kelleher

    Bookouture (5 Oct. 2016)   The Blurb . . . When you’ve lost everything, you’ll do anything to survive.   Saskia Frost’s world is blown apart when her dad dies. Without any family, she’s on her own now and up to her eyeballs in her father’s debts. He owed a lot of money… Continue reading The Taken by Casey Kelleher

Crime Thriller · Exciting · gripping · Mark Edwards · psychological · review · sociopath · thought provoking · thriller

The Devil’s Work by Mark Edwards

Thomas & Mercer (13 Sept. 2016) The Blurb . . . It was the job she had dreamed of since childhood. But on her very first day, when an unnerving encounter drags up memories Sophie Greenwood would rather forget, she wonders if she has made a mistake. A fatal mistake. What is her ambitious young… Continue reading The Devil’s Work by Mark Edwards

angela marsons · Bookouture · crime · Crime Thriller · Evil Games · Exciting · gripping · Louise Jensen · Mark Edwards · psychological · review · Sam Carrington · serial killer · sociopath · thought provoking · thriller

Weekly Round Up

Good afternoon lovelies! Well what a week I have had, thrown in the deep end with the new job as the lady who is soon to be going on maternity leave is now poorly and has started 6 weeks early! I am enjoying it though and I now know more about CPC training than I… Continue reading Weekly Round Up

Brilliant · Crime Thriller · debut novel · Emotional · Exciting · gripping · Louise Jensen · Maze · psychological · review · Sam Carrington · thought provoking · thriller

#Review #SavingSophie by @Sam_Carrington1

Maze (12 Aug. 2016)   The Blurb . . .   A teenage girl is missing. Is your daughter involved, or is she next? Your daughter is in danger. But can you trust her? When Karen Finch’s seventeen-year-old daughter Sophie arrives home after a night out, drunk and accompanied by police officers, no one is… Continue reading #Review #SavingSophie by @Sam_Carrington1

Anna Snoekstra · Book Connectors · Carol Wyer · crime · Crime Thriller · gripping · Harper Collins · Helen Phifer · HQ Story · JennyInNeverland · Kitty French · Legends Press · MacMillan Cancer Support · Mark Edwards · psychological · review · Sam Carrington · serial killer · thriller

Weekly Round Up

Wow, what a week this Little Book Worm has had! I was offered a new job on Monday morning, to start on Tuesday! What a rush in every sense of the word, not only did I need to dig out the suits and heels, I needed to learn all the new product ranges and fast!… Continue reading Weekly Round Up