đź“–Sleeping Dolls (Detective Morgan Brookes Book 6) by Helen Phifer

When a concerned neighbour reports a woman missing, Detective Morgan Brookes squeezes through the stiff front door to find the woman dead. At first, the case appears unsuspicious, but something about the scene unsettles Morgan. Every clock in the house has been stopped, every mirror covered, and the woman seems physically unharmed except for one missing lock of…

đź“–The Locked Room (Ruth Galloway Book 14) by Elly Griffiths

Ruth is in London clearing out her mother’s belongings when she makes a surprising discovery: a photograph of her Norfolk cottage taken before Ruth lived there. Her mother always hated the cottage, so why does she have a picture of the place? The only clue is written on the back of the photo: Dawn, 1963.Ruth returns to Norfolk…

đź“–Watch Her Disappear (Detective Josie Quinn Book 14) By Lisa Regan

When a call comes in about a young girl found dead at a high school prom—her life drained away from a fatal stab wound—Detective Josie Quinn drops everything to attend the scene. Taking in the girl’s neatly braided hair, Josie feels a flicker of recognition. But no one comes forward to identify this innocent child, murdered…

đź“–Find the Girl by Helen Phifer (Detective Morgan Brookes Book 5)

When a woman disappears from Forest Pines campsite, Detective Morgan Brookes scrambles a search party. Sara Fletcher has never missed a lunch date with her best friend and when Morgan finds a large rip in Sara’s tent, she knows that something terrible must have happened. About to lose hope after hours combing through the acres of dense forest, the…

đź“š21đź“š Her Deadly Touch by Lisa Regan

Hello?!? A new Josie Quinn novel, you better believe I was going to read it! Ok, so, I’ve currently got a viral infection (Labyrinthitis) which is causing extreme vertigo among other unpleasant symptom’s. This viral infection has to be one of the worst I’ve ever experience. The vertigo alone is completely crippling. I’ve never had…

#64 Save Her Soul by Lisa Regan

Just a little note – Hey everyone! I’ve changed the format of my reviews again. I’m constantly improving my technique and I hope you enjoy this new style This series has so far given me so much life! I discovered it last year and it’s so exciting to be able to read about a strong…

#53 Find Her Alive by Lisa Regan

Josie treads gently, careful not to disturb the pile of perfect white bones laid out in the grass by her feet. Her voice is little more than a whisper. “No! Not my sister…” Detective Josie Quinn hasn’t heard from her sister since Trinity stormed out of the house in the heat of an argument three weeks…

#37 The Darker Arts by Oscar de Muriel

Madame Katerina, Detective ‘Nine Nails’ McGray’s most trusted clairvoyant, hosts a sĂ©ance for three of Edinburgh’s wealthiest families. The following morning everyone is found dead, with Madame Katerina being the only survivor. When questioned she alleges a tormented spirit killed the families for revenge. McGray, even though he believes her, must find a rational explanation…

April Roundup

I’m pretty impressed with what I read this month. Juggling everything has been super hard but I’ve still found time to read and take a break from everything. The Good: Ok, so there was a lot of good in this month. I tried to pick a top favourite but I couldn’t. So, here are my…

#10 Dying Breath by Helen Phifer

The woman’s face was pale and waxy. Her milky, partially open eyes stared into the distance. There were drag marks in the grass; she’d been placed here and posed. Who did this to you and why have they left you like this? When a woman’s body is found on a lonely patch of scrubland, Detective Lucy Harwin is…