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Author Interview: Roz Watkins

I met the talented author Roz Watkins at an author meet-up which took place before lockdown. I knew Roz from when she studied with The Writers Bureau many years ago, so it was lovely to renew our acquaintance and to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Defence – Steve Cavanagh

When I read Steve Cavanagh’s gripping thriller Thirteen, I was blown away. You’ll find my review here. It’s the fourth book in the Eddie Flynn series and so I was keen to go back and read the others. The Defence … Continue reading

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An Interview With J F Burgess

This week, it’s my pleasure to introduce crime author, J F Burgess who I met recently. I was instantly intrigued by his books and have added his first to my reading list. Q. Your latest book, A Place of Reckoning, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Betray Her @CazEngland

I’d heard many a good thing about Caroline England’s books, but I’d never read one. After meeting her at a recent author meet-up, and talking to her about her books, I knew I simply had to get stuck into one. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Then She Was Gone @lisajewelluk

I’ve read several Lisa Jewell books and I’ve never been disappointed. From the delightful, heart-warming 31 Dream Street, to the more chilling and sinister I Found You, I’ve been instantly hooked. Would Then She was Gone be any different? The … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Escape by C.L. Taylor

I first came across this book at Harrogate Crime Festival a couple of years ago. As I’m sure many a reader who has a massive to-be-read pile will understand, when you get another book, it just goes on top of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Thirteen By Steve Cavanagh

I’ve read a lot of crime fiction over the years and I always love it when I come across a book that offers something a little bit different. And Steve Cavanagh’s Thirteen certainly gave me what I was looking for. … Continue reading

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An Interview With Alison Lingwood

I’ve met the lovely Alison Lingwood twice now at an author and blogger meet-up. But each time, I’ve only managed a very quick chat with her. Luckily, she agree to be my interviewee so I could find out a little … Continue reading

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Book Review: Stone Cold Heart

Stone Cold Heart by Caz Frear The blurb says: A fractured marriage A silent family A secret worth killing for It only took me a few pages and I was hooked. Caz has a way of getting you to care … Continue reading

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An Interview With Tony Forder

Tony is an author I met at Market Deepings Literary Festival. He was one of the authors taking part in the Read Dating Event. It was just ending when I got to Tony, so I’ve been meaning to catch up … Continue reading

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