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….