#17 My Sister's Grave by Robert Dugoni

Tracy Crosswhite has spent twenty years questioning the facts surrounding her sister Sarah’s disappearance and the murder trial that followed. She doesn’t believe that Edmund House—a convicted rapist and the man condemned for Sarah’s murder—is the guilty party. Motivated by the opportunity to obtain real justice, Tracy became a homicide detective with the Seattle PD…

#16 Last Breath by Karin Slaughter

Protecting someone always comes at a cost. At the age of thirteen, Charlie Quinn’s childhood came to an abrupt and devastating end. Two men, with a grudge against her lawyer father, broke into her home – and after that shocking night, Charlie’s world was never the same. Now a lawyer herself, Charlie has made it…

#15 Orion Lost by Alastair Chisholm

The transport ship Orion is four months out of Earth when catastrophe strikes – leaving the ship and everyone on board stranded in deep space. Suddenly it’s up to thirteen-year-old Beth and her friends to navigate through treacherous and uncharted territory to reach safety. But a heavily-damaged ship, space pirates, a mysterious alien species, and…

#14 Fever of the Blood by Oscar de Muriel

New Year’s Day, 1889. In Edinburgh’s lunatic asylum, a patient escapes as a nurse lays dying. Leading the manhunt are legendary local Detective ‘Nine-Nails’ McGray and Londoner-in-exile Inspector Ian Frey. Before the murder, the suspect was heard in whispered conversation with a fellow patient – a girl who had been mute for years. What made her…

3 Fact Book News – 12/03/2020

Sorry this is a day late, I had a difficult start to the week and it was hard to engage my brain! I have only collected two books this week. One because it was only £2.00 and the other because I was struggling with life and needed something else to focus on (plus it was…

#13 The Strings of Murder by Oscar de Muriel

Edinburgh, 1888. A violinist is murdered in his home. The dead virtuoso’s maid swears she heard three musicians playing in the night. But with only one body in the locked practice room – and no way in or out – the case makes no sense. Fearing a national panic over another Ripper, Scotland Yard sends…

February Round Up

Didn’t get to read much this month as was busy every evening and all weekends! Definitely feeling the guilt of not reading! I read 5 books this month, 4 of which were 5 star reviews. Only one disappointment which was my 99p Kindle impulse – Little Girls Sleeping. I leisurely read the first two Eddie…

3 Fact Book News – 04/03/2020

Dun, dun, DUN! We’re in March already! Gulp! Better get reading!! Obviously you know the books I’ve collected but I’ll list them anyway – I like to be thorough. The Lost Man by Jane Harper Your Truth of Mine by Trisha Sachlecha The Stranger by Harlan Coben Conviction by Denise Mina The Chain by Adrian…

Ramble #12

I’ve definitely mentioned it before…but did you know… Hehe. All jokes aside, this Ramble is coming a little late because I was so busy last week! My actually birthday was Thursday 27th Feb, I was working but I was also blown away by the generosity and kindness of my friends and work colleagues, and of…

Birthday Book Haul

You may or may not know, but I turned 30 last Thursday (27/02). In true bookworm heaven, I received a few books from friends and family, a ton of book tokens (= £70), and I also treated myself to some books. I was already swimming in tbr books before my birthday, but now I feel…