Archives for the month of: February, 2018

#TuesdayBookBlog FREAKY FRANKY: Santa Muerte followers discover the horrifying consequences of worshipping with evil intentions by William Blackwell (@wblackwell333) #horror #RBRT An entertaining way of learning about la Santa Muerte (Saint Death)

#Bookreview PAPERBACKS FROM HELL: THE TWISTED HISTORY OF 70’s AND 80’s HORROR FICTION by Grady Hendrix (@grady_hendrix). #horror A wonderful memorial full of humour, pathos, and incredible cover art. – Hi all: Today I bring you a great book for those of you who love horror or the story of paperback publishing in general. (Sorry, I know there are many editorial reviews but I could not resist!) Paperbacks from Hell: The Twisted History of ’70s and ’80s Horror Fiction …

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#TuesdayBookBlog TEARAGH’T by Craig Newnes (@TheRealPressPub). #Historicalfiction with a difference. One story, two narrators, two styles, and many questions. #RBRT – Hi all: I bring you a very special book today. Published by The Real Press. You can check them up here. Tearagh’t by Craig Newnes After the remains of the Armada hobbled back to Spain, an extraordinary document – part diary, part love letter – is discovered on a remote island off the coast of Ireland.

#Bookreview THE DRY: The Sunday Times Crime Book of the Year 2017 by Jean Harper (@LittleBrownUK) (@janeharperautho)Tense, atmospheric, and reflective Australian #crimenovel. – Hi all: This is the second part (although it should be the first) of the post I published last week. Oh well, this is me we’re talking about, after all. The Dry: The Sunday Times Crime Book of the Year 2017 by Jane Harper ‘One of the most stunning debuts I’ve ever read…Read it!’ David

#TuesdayBookBlog FORCE OF NATURE by Jane Harper (@janeharperautho) (@LittleBrownUK) (@kimberleynyam) Steady-paced, beautifully written, and morally ambiguous #ForceOfNature – Hi all: I am very pleased to take part on the blog tour for the book Force of Nature by Jane Harper. This is the follow-up of a book that got a lot of attention, especially as it was the debut novel of the author (The Dry). And although I had not read it, I remembered

#Bookreview RAGDOLL by Daniel Cole (@TrapezeBooks). Weird murders, a London setting, a ticking clock, and a morally ambiguous hero #amreading – Hi all: I seem to be reading a lot of thrillers recently, although this one had been on my Kindle for a long time (and I’ve read it will become a TV series…) Ragdoll: The thrilling Sunday Times bestseller everyone is talking about (Ragdoll 1) by Daniel Cole ‘A brilliant, breathless thriller‘ MJ Arlidge, author of Hide and

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#TuesdayBookBlog A MONK’S GUIDE TO A CLEAN HOUSE AND MIND by Shoukei Matsumoto (@PenguinUKBooks). A guide to dusting your heart and clearing out your soul. Simple and beautiful #Bookreview #Zen – Hi all: This one is a peculiar choice for me but, here it is. A Monk’s Guide to a Clean House and Mind by Shoukei Matsumoto Cleanliness is next to enlightenment. In this Japanese bestseller, a Buddhist monk explains the traditional cleaning techniques that will help cleanse…

#Bookreview Faking Friends by Jane Fallon (@janefallon). A fun revenge story, set in the world of acting. Recommended if you’re looking for a light read set in London #fakingfriends #chick-lit – Hi all: Today I bring you a chick-lit story, with betrayals, lies, toxic friendships, and an interesting setting. Faking Friends by Jane Fallon Your best friend stole your fiancé. Do you run away and hide, or start planning your revenge? Find out in Sunday Times bestselling …



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