#37 The Darker Arts by Oscar de Muriel

Madame Katerina, Detective ‘Nine Nails’ McGray’s most trusted clairvoyant, hosts a séance 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…

137. Cold Heart Creek (Josie Quinn Book 7) by Lisa Regan

In the stark light of dawn, the young couple are laid out on their backs by the dying campfire, their hands clasped between them. Their eyes are open, but their hearts are cold… When a park ranger stumbles across the bodies of Valerie and Tyler Yates by a creek in the small town of Denton, Detective Josie Quinn is…

November Roundup

I kind of failed this month. I’m used to reading 10+ books a month, usually ending up closer to 20 reads. I didn’t even pass 10 book this month. I ended up only reading 5. I mean, 5 is good but I still feel like a failure for not reading more. November has been pretty…

128. Cold Blood (Erika Foster Book 5) by Robert Bryndza

Kindle | 354 pages Published by: Bookouture September 18th 2017 When a battered suitcase containing the dismembered body of a young man washes up on the shore of the river Thames, Detective Erika Foster is shocked. But it’s not the first time she’s seen such a brutal murder… Two weeks earlier, the body of a young woman…

Kindle Haul – November

I’ve really been facing a slump when it comes to reading. I read a book on November 1st and then read NOTHING until today (Monday 11th). It’s not like I don’t have plenty to read, I just couldn’t find the right book to fit my mood. I get irritated when I don’t read books. (I…

127. Last Breath by Robert Bryndza

Kindle | 360 pages Publisher – Bookouture March 31st 2017 He’s your perfect date. You’re his next victim. When the tortured body of a young woman is found in a dumpster, her eyes swollen shut and her clothes soaked with blood, Detective Erika Foster is one of the first at the crime scene. The trouble is, this…

Crime Obsession Part 2

A continuation of my crime obsession ramble, it has come to my realization – and honestly, I don’t know how I didn’t notice before – that I have an abundance of crime novels in both my paperback and kindle library and now gravitate towards them when I am out shopping for books. I don’t necessarily…