The Death In The Stars blog tour visits CFHW today – a fun, charming, murder-mystery set in 1920s Yorkshire.
A thoughtful, often funny, sometimes heartbreaking novel about love, life and second chances. Oh, and errant hamsters in space.
June’s Book Club read was a collection of horror short stories by American author Fran Friel.
The Hunter’s Kind follows on from Smiler’s Fair in a journey towards all out war between the Gods of the Sun and the Moon – a war that is already beginning and already bloody.
The thirteenth novel in the Ghostwalker series takes us to the swamps of Louisiana for a steamy, dangerous ride of lust, treachery and love.
I thought Kook was going to be a fluffy summer-romance. I was totally wrong but it was utterly brilliant.
Reviewed as part of my British Books Challenge 2017
The May read at Smut Club was George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four.
Not going to lie, it wasn’t my favourite.
Reviewed as part of my British Books Challenge 2017.