Most Anticipated Reads! The Last House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward

#TheLastHouseOnNeedlessStreet Publisher : Viper; Main Edition (18 Mar. 2021) ISBN-10 : 1788166167 When Stephen King recommends a book, we all have to listen! ‘It’s a true nerve shredder that keeps its mind-blowing secrets to the very end’. ‘Books like this don’t come around too often. I would say I inhaled this in one, but IContinue reading “Most Anticipated Reads! The Last House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward”

The Peacock Room by Anna Sayburn-Lane.

#RandomThingsTours #BlogTour #ThePeacockRoom Literary sleuth Helen Oddfellow has started her new job as a lecturer in an English Literature department of the university and is hoping for a quiet life. What she gets is anything but. When she is asked to cover a module for Professor Petrarch Greenwood she expected the students to be aContinue reading “The Peacock Room by Anna Sayburn-Lane.”

Seven Doors by Agnes Ravatn.

#OrendaBooks. #RandomThingsTours #blogtour #SevenDoors While reading this book I had one of those odd reading experiences that only happens on Kindle or other e-reader. When I’m reading a proper physical copy of a book, I’m constantly aware of how much book is left. I’m literally holding it in my hand. I read this in oneContinue reading “Seven Doors by Agnes Ravatn.”

The Other Passenger by Louise Candlish

#TheOtherPassenger #NetGalley #SimonandSchuster I’ve started to think of Louise Candlish as one of my ‘go to’ authors for classy thrillers with unexpected twists. As always she drew me in with the characters, but at first I wasn’t quite feeling it. I was curious, but I found myself waiting for something to happen. Then there wasContinue reading “The Other Passenger by Louise Candlish”

Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell.

#InvisibleGirl #LisaJewell #bookbloggers Lisa Jewell is another favourite thriller writer of mine. I know with her books I’m going to get that addictive, dark and ‘unputdownable’ novel I’ve been craving for solid weekend of reading. In actuality I finished this in five hours straight. I don’t know if it’s because I am a counsellor, butContinue reading “Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell.”