Fiction

Remember Me? by Amanda Rigby

It's my pleasure to be taking part on the blog tour for Remember Me? by Amanda Rigby. Thank you to the publisher Boldwood Books for a review copy of the book via Netgalley and to Rachel at Rachel's Random Resources for an invitation onto the blog tour for this riveting psychological thriller which was published… Continue reading Remember Me? by Amanda Rigby

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The Replacement by Melanie Golding

It's my pleasure to be taking part on the blog tour for The Replacement by Melanie Golding. Thank you to the publisher HQ for a review copy of the book via Netgalley and for the invitation on to the tour for this fantastic second novel based on folklore. It's a thrilling read About the book… Continue reading The Replacement by Melanie Golding

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Stranded by Sarah Goodwin

About the book Eight strangers. One island. A secret you'd kill to keep.When eight people arrive on the beautiful but remote Buidseach Island, they are ready for the challenge of a lifetime: to live alone for one year.Eighteen months later, a woman is found in an isolated fishing village. She’s desperate to explain what happened to her. How the… Continue reading Stranded by Sarah Goodwin

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Safe at Home by Lauren North

About the book What if you left your child alone, and something terrible happened?Anna James is an anxious mother. So when she has to leave eleven-year-old Harrie home alone one evening, she can't stop worrying about her daughter. But nothing bad ever happens in the sleepy village of Barton St Martin.Except something goes wrong that… Continue reading Safe at Home by Lauren North

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Magpie by Elizabeth Day

About the Book Sometimes Marisa gets the fanciful notion that Kate has visited the house before. She makes herself at home without any self-consciousness. She puts her toothbrush right there in the master bathroom, on the shelf next to theirs.In Jake, Marisa has found everything she’s ever wanted. Then their new lodger Kate arrives. Something about… Continue reading Magpie by Elizabeth Day