Rebecca Fleet – Q&A

Rebecca Fleet is the author of The House Swap which was published by Doubleday on 3 May 2018. Rebecca kindly answered a few of my questions. 1. Tell us a little about The House Swap. The House Swap tells the story of a married couple, Caroline and Francis, who are attempting to recover from a…

The Devil’s Claw by Lara Dearman – review

Published by Trapeze Publication date – 30 November 2017 Source – review copy Following a traumatic incident in London, Jennifer Dorey has returned to her childhood home in Guernsey, taking a job as a reporter at the local newspaper. After the discovery of a drowned woman on a beach, she uncovers a pattern of similar…

Catherine Isaac – Q&A

Catherine Isaac is psydonym of Jane Costello whose books include The Nearly-Weds, Bridesmaids, All the Single Ladies and Summer Nights at the Moolight Hotel. Her first book written under the name of Catherine Isaac, You, Me, Everything, was published by Simon and Schuster on 19 April 2018. She kindly answered a few of my questions….

Alex Dahl – Q&A

Alex Dahl’s debut novel, The Boy at the Door, was published by Head of Zeus on 1 May 2018 in ebook and is published in hardback on 12 July 2018. Alex kindly answered a few of my questions. 1. Tell us a little about The Boy at the Door. The Boy at the Door tells…

The Return of the Soldier by Rebecca West – review

Published by Virago Publication date -3 May 2018 Source – review copy This is a masterful novel about a shell-shocked, amnesiac soldier returning from WWI to the three women who love him. Published as part of a beautifully designed series to mark the 40th anniversary of the Virago Modern Classics. The soldier returns from the…

The Dark Net by Rebecca Bradley – guest post

Rebecca Bradley is the author of the DI Hannah Robbins series, Shallow Waters, Made To Be Broken and Fighting Monsters. Her latest novel, Dead Blind, a standalone, was published on 8 May 2018. Today Rebecca talks a little about the dark web which features in her novel. Within the pages of my most recent standalone…

Kristen Lepionka – Q&A

Kristen Lepionka is the author of The Last Place You Look which introduced PI Roxane Weary . Her latest novel to feature Roxane is What You Want to See, published by Faber on 3 May 2018. Kristen kindly answered a few of my questions. 1. Tell us a little about What You Want to See….

The Retreat by Mark Edwards – review

Published by Thomas and Mercer Publication date – 10 May 2018 Source – review copy Julia Marsh has spent the last two years grieving the tragic accident that lead to her husband drowning before her eyes in a local river. Her eight-year-old daughter Lily is still missing, presumed dead. Now living alone, Julia finds herself…