The Five: The Lives of Jack the Ripper’s Women ~ Hallie Rubenhold

For years, there have been countless documentaries, films and works of fiction all revolving around Jack The Ripper but not one person seemed to ever seek out the truths behind the victims until recently. Polly, Annie, Elizabeth, Catherine and Mary-Jane were the five very (incorrectly) publicised victims of Jack The Ripper in 1888; all wereContinue reading “The Five: The Lives of Jack the Ripper’s Women ~ Hallie Rubenhold”

Fashion, Lies and Murder~Sibel Hodge

I’ve been an avid reader of Sibel Hodge’s latest works for a while now, and decided I’d go to the very beginning of her writing journey and work my way through all her titles. This is very different from her latest works and here’s why; this title/series (this is first of four Amber Fox adventures)Continue reading “Fashion, Lies and Murder~Sibel Hodge”

Anatomy of a Crime~Sibel Hodge

Anatomy of a Crime is the latest title from the crimeariffic author Sibel Hodge and it has totally blown its genre out of the water! I was so excited and more than happy to Beta Read this title and (extremely) ecstatic to see my name at the end! Living the book lovers dream right now!Continue reading “Anatomy of a Crime~Sibel Hodge”

Author Interview; Samantha Rendle

For those of you who have been following my Instagram or been reading my blog for a while, will know that I was given a freebie digital copy of The Furious Four to read prior to general release in order to have a review ready to leave on publication day. And those who know meContinue reading “Author Interview; Samantha Rendle”

The House We Grew Up In ~ Lisa Jewell

“When a tragedy breaks a family apart, what can bring it back together?The Birds seem to be the perfect family: mother, father, four children, a picture-book cottage in the country.But one Easter weekend, something happens – something so unexpected, so devastating, that no-one can bring themselves to talk about it.The family shatters, seemingly for good.Until,Continue reading “The House We Grew Up In ~ Lisa Jewell”

The Baby Trap~Sibel Hodge

The first books I read from Hodge were Murder mysteries and crime thrillers so for me this was a total change of genre and pace as well as writing style. The book flowed well and was full of humour and light hearted for the most part despite the underlying theme being infertility (a heart acheContinue reading “The Baby Trap~Sibel Hodge”

Dear Evan Hansen

I liked this book in general and it was a good read BUT the scenarios and characters could be really frustrating! They’re mostly teenagers so that’s to be expected I guess! But the whole time I read it I was wishing Evan and Connors social and communication skills were more confident and clear- that wouldContinue reading “Dear Evan Hansen”

The Bones Of You ~ Debbie Howells

The Bones of You is a Murder mystery I wasn’t convinced by at first, but quarter of the way through I needed to know more, half way through I thought I had it figured out, three quarters of the way through I was frustrated and wanted to know more, and finally, by the end IContinue reading “The Bones Of You ~ Debbie Howells”

Trust Me ~ Anna Ryan

Firstly I need to get something off my chest; the by-line is “you think she’s a bad mother, but is she a killer?” And I don’t like it one bit. Within the last few pages there’s a conversation that states people can get away with murder but they can never get away from it, andContinue reading “Trust Me ~ Anna Ryan”

My Lovely Wife ~ Samantha Downing

Anyone who loves a plot twist that’s big enough to have you literally unable to sit still while you read then this is for you!!! It starts with a regular husband and wife living in a regular house with two regular children but takes a sinister turn and suddenly Mr & Mrs Regular become MrContinue reading “My Lovely Wife ~ Samantha Downing”