Judge a Book by its Cover?!

I have finally decided to sit down and write a more personal post, something that has been on my mind for a long time now. Probably not everyone will agree with me and that’s alright. I totally understand that we all have different opinions and that’s why I am writing this now.  Lately, I have realized something about the books released over the last (let’s … Continue reading Judge a Book by its Cover?!

Book Review: I Invited Her In, by Adele Parks

Publication date: September 20th, 2018 Published by: HQ Pages: 384  ISBN: 9780778369219 ORDER HERE Description: When Mel hears from a long-lost friend in need of help, she doesn’t hesitate to invite her to stay. Mel and Abi were best friends back in the day, sharing the highs and lows of student life until Mel’s unplanned pregnancy made her drop out of her studies. Now, seventeen years … Continue reading Book Review: I Invited Her In, by Adele Parks

Book review: Good Me, Bad Me – Ali Land

Publication date: January 12th, 2017 Published by: Michael Joseph; 1st edition (2017) Pages: 338 ISBN: 978-0718182922 ORDER HERE Description: How far does the apple really fall from the tree? Milly’s mother is a serial killer. Though Milly loves her mother, the only way to make her stop is to turn her in to the police. Milly is given a fresh start: a new identity, a home with an … Continue reading Book review: Good Me, Bad Me – Ali Land

Why It’s Important Reviewing That Book You Just Read?

Lately, I had no time for reviewing any of the books I read over the last few months and I start feeling bad for it. Well, to be honest, when I could have a little time to write it down, I feel like all my energy is gone and I can’t even think of how to say what I feel about the book. About that … Continue reading Why It’s Important Reviewing That Book You Just Read?

Book Review: Behind Her Eyes, by Sarah Pinborough

Publication date: January 26th, 2017 Published by: Flatiron Books Pages: 307 ISBN: 9781250111173 Order here Description:  Louise is a single mom, a secretary, stuck in a modern-day rut. On a rare night out, she meets a man in a bar and sparks fly. Though he leaves after they kiss, she’s thrilled she finally connected with someone. When Louise arrives at work on Monday, she meets her new boss, David. … Continue reading Book Review: Behind Her Eyes, by Sarah Pinborough

Book Review: The Kind Worth Killing, by peter Swanson

Publication date: 11 January 2015 Published by: W. F. Howes Limited Pages: 409 Order here Description: Delayed in London, Ted Severson meets a woman at the airport bar. Over cocktails they tell each other rather more than they should, and a dark plan is hatched – but are either of them being serious, could they actually go through with it and, if they did, what … Continue reading Book Review: The Kind Worth Killing, by peter Swanson

Book Review: The Redbreast, by Jo Nesbo, #3 Harry Hole Series

Norwegian Title: Rødstrupe Publication date:  2000 English translation: September 2006 Pages: 450 Description:  1944: Daniel, a soldier, legendary among the Norwegians fighting the advance of Bolshevism on the Russian front, is killed. Two years later, a wounded soldier wakes up in a Vienna hospital. He becomes involved with a young nurse, the consequences of which will ripple forward to the turn of the next century. 1999: … Continue reading Book Review: The Redbreast, by Jo Nesbo, #3 Harry Hole Series

Book review: Cockroaches, by Jo Nesbo, #2 Harry Hole Series

Norwegian title: Kakerlakkene Publication date: 1998 English translation: 2013 Pages: 368 Description When the Norwegian ambassador to Thailand is found dead in a Bangkok brothel, Inspector Harry Hole is dispatched from Oslo to help hush up the case. But once he arrives Harry discovers that this case is about much more than one random murder. There is something else, something more pervasive, scrabbling around behind … Continue reading Book review: Cockroaches, by Jo Nesbo, #2 Harry Hole Series

Eli Carros – Interview – The Watcher

First, I wish to thank Eli for giving me the opportunity to interview him. I really enjoyed reading his book, The Watcher, which I recommend it to everyone!  About Eli Carros Eli Carros is crime fiction and thriller author from London, England. He is a trained journalist, and interned at The Daily Mirror before becoming a copywriter and then a crime novelist.  Interview 1. What’s … Continue reading Eli Carros – Interview – The Watcher

Book review: Jo Nesbo – The Bat #1Harry Hole

Original title: Flaggermusmannen (Norwegian) Publication date: 1997 English translation date:  October 9th, 2012  English translation by Don Bartlett Pages: 369 pages Description:  Detective Harry Hole is meant to keep out of trouble. A young Norwegian girl taking a gap year in Sydney has been murdered, and Harry has been sent to Australia to assist in any way he can. HE’S NOT SUPPOSED TO GET TOO INVOLVED. When the … Continue reading Book review: Jo Nesbo – The Bat #1Harry Hole