#bookreview Can You See Her, by SE Lynes @SELynesAuthor @bookouture

Can You See Her? is the latest book by SE Lynes, and probably the hardest to review. This is a psychological thriller that gets right into the head of the main character, Rachel, until you are living and breathing her, and truly feel as if you’ve climbed through her ear and are now perched inside…

Book review: THE WOMEN, SE Lynes @SELynesAuthor @bookouture

Just back from holiday, and my favourite read was The Women, by SE Lynes. The writing is absolutely beautiful, and although this is a psychological thriller it is also a cross-over into women’s fiction. At its heart is a graduate called Samantha, who falls in love with an older, more sophisticated man and slowly her…

My best reads of the year so far! #amreading #psychologicalthriller #bestbooks #mustread @lisajewelluk @TheAngelaClarke @SVaughanAuthor @harriet_tyce @cathryanhoward @LJRoss_author @AlexMichaelides

Over the past month or so I’ve read some incredible books (before January, even my reading mojo had all but abandoned me due to ill health, as I couldn’t concentrate for long enough periods to be able to take in the story). My favourites have been (in no particular order): ANATOMY OF A SCANDAL, SARAH…

The best Christmas crime books #BookReview

There are lots of lovely, warm, fuzzy books out there to give people the feel-good Christmas factor…but what if you fancy something a little darker for your festive season? Here’s my round up of the best seasonal crime and psychological thrillers! THE DEATHS OF DECEMBER, Susi Holliday THEY SAY It looks like a regular advent…

‘This book is darker than a blackhole, & will suck you in just as effectively’ #bookreview CROSS HER HEART, by Sarah Pinborough @SarahPinborough #tbr #psychologicalthriller

THEY SAY Lisa. Ava. Marilyn. Three women, three secrets and a hidden past that could destroy them all. I SAY Winning the award for possibly the shortest reader description in history, but personally I think it’s an inspired idea as this is a book best gone into cold with no expectations. You don’t know the…

‘What an opening scene!’ #bookreview SNAP, Belinda Bauer

‘A different slant on a detective novel’ THEY SAY SNAP DECISIONS CAN BE DANGEROUS . . . On a stifling summer’s day, eleven-year-old Jack and his two sisters sit in their broken-down car, waiting for their mother to come back and rescue them. Jack’s in charge, she’d said. I won’t be long. But she doesn’t come back….