Book Review, NetGalley Reads, New Releases, Reviewers

Before She Knew Him – Peter Swanson Review

So as the title suggest I will be reviewing Before She Knew Him by Peter Swanson, This review is thanks to NetGalley as well as Faber and Faber, who provided me with an advanced e-copy in exchange for an honest review. Now that's out-of-the-way let's get started. Catching a killer is dangerous – especially if he lives next door. From the… Continue reading Before She Knew Him – Peter Swanson Review

Book Lists, Book Review, Book Series, NetGalley Reads, Reviewers

My Best Reads of 2018 – Part Two

So, this is the second part of my best reads of 2018 as promised. There are many books which haven't been included in this and that is because they are trilogies or part of a series on which I will be doing separate posts for. I read 80 books last year so it was different… Continue reading My Best Reads of 2018 – Part Two

Book Review, Currently Reading, Reviewers

Unravelling Oliver Review

I have been deciding whether or not to read this book for about six months now. I wasn't sure if this would be thrilling enough to keep me interested, oh how wrong I was... Alice and Oliver Ryan seemed to have a happy, loving marriage, they even worked together collaborating on Oliver's successful children's books.… Continue reading Unravelling Oliver Review

Book Review, Currently Reading, Reviewers

The Widow Review

So after reading Fiona Barton's most recent book The Child I had to get my hands on her debut, The Widow, this was on my to read list as soon as it hit the shelves, however I'm sure you know what to read lists are like and how quickly they grow.
So what is the plot of The Widow?

Book Mail, Book Review, Currently Reading, NetGalley Reads

The Confession Review

I have been lagging behind with my NetGalley reads so much so that I have 14 that I have been accepted for but not yet read. It's just so hard to chose between them all! So anyway, last night I finished The Confession by Jo Spain and wow.. my head still hasn't come to terms… Continue reading The Confession Review