The Tally Stick #BookReview #MysteryThriller @NetGalley #TheTallyStick @WorldEdBooks @WorldEditionsInternationalPublishing

My rating: 4 of 5 stars The cover image was what drew me into this novel. Carl Nixon’s The Tally Stick is a hard book to read and an even harder book to review. The plot centers around a family of 6 who as a whole vanish from the face of the earth in New … Continue reading The Tally Stick #BookReview #MysteryThriller @NetGalley #TheTallyStick @WorldEdBooks @WorldEditionsInternationalPublishing

The Undiscovered Deaths Of Grace McGill by C.S. Robertson #BookReview #MysteryThriller #CrimeFiction #PsychologicalThriller #ColdCase @NetGalley #TheUndiscoveredDeathsOfGraceMcGill @HodderPublicity @HodderBooks @RachelMayQuin

My rating: 5 of 5 stars I’m always excited to read stories that bring something new to the table and when a book is introduced that has a protagonist with an unusual job, it grabbed my attention right away. Now, Grace McGill is a cleaner…. and not of the daily clean your house kind. THIS … Continue reading The Undiscovered Deaths Of Grace McGill by C.S. Robertson #BookReview #MysteryThriller #CrimeFiction #PsychologicalThriller #ColdCase @NetGalley #TheUndiscoveredDeathsOfGraceMcGill @HodderPublicity @HodderBooks @RachelMayQuin

The Christie Affair by Nina de Gramont #BookReview #Historical #Mystery #Crime @NetGalley #TheChristieAffair

My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars True crime aficionados have for years wondered about the great mystery in the life of one the most celebrated mystery writers of our times, Dame Agatha Christie. What did happen to her for 11 days in 1926 is a question that has long haunted all her fans and continues … Continue reading The Christie Affair by Nina de Gramont #BookReview #Historical #Mystery #Crime @NetGalley #TheChristieAffair

The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling #BookReview #Witches #Romance #Paranormal #Humor #TheExHex

My rating: 5 of 5 stars I have been on a roll with some fantastic books off late finding the funniest ones in my favorite genres. And, YES it has been necessary amidst the turmoil of the new variant of COVID and the threat of another lockdown bearing down on us here. The Ex Hex … Continue reading The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling #BookReview #Witches #Romance #Paranormal #Humor #TheExHex

Behind The Veil by E.J. Dawson #BlogTour #BookReview #Gothic #Ghosts #Horror #Thriller #Romance @BlackthornTours @ejdawsonauthor

My rating: 5 of 5 stars YAY….Today is my day on the blog tour for Behind The Veil by E J Dawson. It was the cover image that drew me to this book in the beginning and then realizing that it had all the elements that I am partial to made me doubly glad. E … Continue reading Behind The Veil by E.J. Dawson #BlogTour #BookReview #Gothic #Ghosts #Horror #Thriller #Romance @BlackthornTours @ejdawsonauthor

Diary Of An Angry Young Man #BookReview #Thriller #Mumbai #CrimeFiction #ComingOfAge #DiaryOfAnAngryYoungMan @FishyRishi #KindleUnlimited

My rating: 5 of 5 stars Rishi Vohra’s Diary Of An Angry Young Man encapsulates the frustrations, the fury, and by large the helplessness of the majority of young Indians in our country. Raghav is one of us, surviving as a rape victim at the tender age of 7 and unable to speak about it … Continue reading Diary Of An Angry Young Man #BookReview #Thriller #Mumbai #CrimeFiction #ComingOfAge #DiaryOfAnAngryYoungMan @FishyRishi #KindleUnlimited

The Village by Caroline Mitchell #BookReview #MysteryThriller #PsychologicalThrillers #CrimeFiction #TheVillage @NetGalley @AmazonPub

My rating: 3 of 5 stars Caroline Mitchell’s The Village opens spectacularly, grabbing the interest of the reader. A family of three who vanishes without a trace is surely a plotline that captures the attention even if one is not a fan of thrillers and Caroline Mitchell has the additional benefit of having worked as … Continue reading The Village by Caroline Mitchell #BookReview #MysteryThriller #PsychologicalThrillers #CrimeFiction #TheVillage @NetGalley @AmazonPub

Crash Site (Fiona Carver #2) by Rachel Grant #BookReview #Contemporary #RomanticSuspense #Thriller #CrashSite @NetGalley

My rating: 5 of 5 stars Book # 2 in the Fiona Carver series, Crash Site is a must read for fans of adventure thrillers. It can be read as a stand alone but I strongly advise reading in the series order, to get the complete picture of the relationship of its protagonists. Fiona and … Continue reading Crash Site (Fiona Carver #2) by Rachel Grant #BookReview #Contemporary #RomanticSuspense #Thriller #CrashSite @NetGalley

The Art Of Murder (Jordan Jenner Mysteries#2) by J.S. Strange #BookReview #Mystery #CosyMystery #LGBT

My rating: 4 of 5 stars The Art of Murder is book #2 in Jordan Jenner Mysteries and is good to be read as a standalone. PI Jordan has a new case, to identify the culprits of the gang Dirty Dollys who are sabotaging the artworks of major players in the industry. When Xander Draper … Continue reading The Art Of Murder (Jordan Jenner Mysteries#2) by J.S. Strange #BookReview #Mystery #CosyMystery #LGBT

The Man Who Died Twice (Thursday Murder Club #2) by Richard Osman #BookReview #MysteryThrillers #Humor

My rating: 5 of 5 stars Oh God, how crazy can one get when dead bodies are appearing left, right, and center in a story but all one cares about is laughing one’s head off with the antics of its characters. The Thursday Murder Club introduced the fascinating Joyce, Elizabeth, Ron, and Ibrahim to its … Continue reading The Man Who Died Twice (Thursday Murder Club #2) by Richard Osman #BookReview #MysteryThrillers #Humor

2022 #NewYear #Greetings #BookBloggers #BookReviewer #ThankYou

May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face; the rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand. Credits Irish Blessing -Google As 2021 ends with the … Continue reading 2022 #NewYear #Greetings #BookBloggers #BookReviewer #ThankYou

Treachery Times Two (Koa Kane Mystery Series #4) by Robert McCaw #BookPromotions #Excerpt #MysteryThriller #Detectives @oceanviewpub

CHAPTER ONE Pele, masquerading as a glassy-haired old woman, wandered the lava trails around the massive smoking volcanic caldera called Kīlauea. Over millennia, her temper tantrums had created the Hawaiian Islands, including Kīlauea and the four other volcanoes that make up the Big Island of Hawai‘i. Fiercely jealous of Poli‘ahu, her sister deity, the snow … Continue reading Treachery Times Two (Koa Kane Mystery Series #4) by Robert McCaw #BookPromotions #Excerpt #MysteryThriller #Detectives @oceanviewpub

A Holiday By Gaslight #BookReview #Christmas #HistoricalRomance #Novella #Victorian

My rating: 5 of 5 stars Oh Yes, a perfect romance for that snowy Christmassy night. Well, no worries, even if it’s not snowing, A Holiday By Gaslight is a lovely read that is sure to leave you feeling all cuddly and warm. Set in Victorian times, the author captures the era wonderfully but it … Continue reading A Holiday By Gaslight #BookReview #Christmas #HistoricalRomance #Novella #Victorian

Immortal and Other Stories by Ranjit Kulkarni #BookReview #Fantasy #ShortStories

My rating: 4 of 5 stars Ranjit Kulkarni’s short stories are equal parts compelling and equally thought-provoking. Immortal and Other Stories is a collection of short stories, with an interesting mix of supernatural and fantasy genres woven thru it. Well, life has its way of snatching away the only precious and valuable thing in your … Continue reading Immortal and Other Stories by Ranjit Kulkarni #BookReview #Fantasy #ShortStories

Veil Of Night by Linda Howard #BookReview #RomanticSuspense #Mystery #Romance

My rating: 4 of 5 stars Veil of Night by Linda Howard is one of those easy reads that you enjoy whilst reading but should never reflect on, once you complete reading it. ‘Coz then all the criticisms would probably come pouring out. But Linda Howard does write compelling stories, her characters are not completely … Continue reading Veil Of Night by Linda Howard #BookReview #RomanticSuspense #Mystery #Romance

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