Strange Shores by Arnaldur Indridason

paperback copy of Strange Shores

Earlier in September I mentioned in another book review about how I found myself accidentally reading a book from the end of a series rather than following them in order as a result of getting it cheaply in a charity shop. I found myself doing the same when it came to picking up and reading […]

The Baskerville Legacy by John O’Connell

Hardback copy of John O'Connell's book

If you’re a first time reader here you might not know that I’ve been plodding my way through the Sherlock Holmes books, including Hound of the Baskervilles, and love a bit of crime/mystery fiction in my reading stack. If you’ve visited in the past you might know that I’m not that keen on characters that […]

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

Front cover of book by Ransom Riggs

I hadn’t heard much about Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs until it got adapted into the visual form. When the adaptation happened it became a bit of a buzz, just like how To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before is all over the place right now, and I was interested in […]

The Hound Of The Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle

As you might have realised from my review of Sherlock’s memoirs, there was a period in time when I was struggling to sleep. It was as it reached about a week before I was due to return to work after my surgery and then magically stopped being an issue the very night I decided to […]

The Memoirs Of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle

Whenever I have struggled to sleep recently I have found myself in the lounge pondering if I want to carry on reading a current book or start a new one. Quite often I end up wanting an easy read and something that I know that is going to be enjoyable enough to go through so […]

Sweet Little Lies by Caz Frear

When teenager Maryanne Doyle disappears in 1998 it becomes impossible for Cat Kinsella to look at her dad in the same way. She knows he lied to the police about knowing Maryanne and that he never mentioned the encounter to her mother but did that make him a kidnapper or murderer? Cat never had any […]

The Betrayal by Kate Furnivall

The Betrayal by Kate Furnivall

The Betrayal by Kate Furnivall, a historical fiction book based just before the Second World War with a female lead, has so many twists and turns that you can’t help but be on the edge of your seat as you turn from one page to the next. Having a story that revolves around a female […]