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Book Review: The Dry by Jane Harper #TheDry Blog Tour

Blog tour, Book reviews By January 10, 2017 Tags: , , 3 Comments

A small farming town in south-eastern Australia suffering from one of its worst recorded droughts, its townspeople desperate to survive and still feeding off speculation and suspicion; what looks like a double murder-suicide stirring up memories of another tragic event some twenty years previously; and a returning police detective, former best friend to the dead man, all combine to make up Jane…

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Joanne M Harris #Runemarks Blog Tour

Authors, Blog tour By November 30, 2016 Tags: , , , No Comments

Joanne Harris is one author whose books I always buy when they come out, so today I’m thrilled to be taking part in the blog tour for the new edition of Runemarks, her fantastical tale of magic, adventure and Norse mythology. It’s been re-edited, and comes with a new introduction and a gorgeous cover by Andreas Preis, who also designed The…

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Book review: Death at the Seaside by Frances Brody

Blog tour, Book reviews, Books By October 5, 2016 Tags: , , , , 1 Comment

Today I’m taking part in the blog tour for Death at the Seaside, Frances Brody’s eighth novel about 1920s sleuth Kate Shackleton. Death at the Seaside may be Kate’s eighth outing but it was my first introduction to her and Frances Brody’s novels, and I have to confess that what primarily attracted me to the book was its setting of Whitby. For…

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Mavis Cheek #DogDays Blog Tour

Blog tour By May 20, 2016 Tags: , , 1 Comment

I’m delighted to welcome Mavis Cheek to the blog today. Mavis is the author of sixteen novels and she’s joined me today to chat about Dog Days, the second one to be reissued as an ebook by Ipso Books. Dog Days is a novel about a woman who quits an unhappy marriage and starts over with her young daughter and Brian, the…

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Untouchable Things Blog Tour: Interview with Tara Guha

Blog tour By January 23, 2016 Tags: , , , 4 Comments

I’m thrilled to welcome author Tara Guha today to talk about her debut novel. Untouchable Things is an excellent if unsettling psychological thriller about a disparate group of people brought together by an enigmatic host who stages themed soirées for them all. It was the winner of the Luke Bitmead Bursary in 2014 and is published by Legend Press. Hello,…

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Author Interview: Stephanie Butland #TheOtherHalfofmyHeart blog tour

Authors, Blog tour, Books By October 27, 2015 Tags: , , , No Comments

My guest today is author Stephanie Butland whose wonderful first novel Letters to my Husband I reviewed here. Today Stephanie’s stopping off on her blog tour for her second novel, The Other Half of My Heart, which came out last Thursday. Here’s what it’s about:  “It smelled bittersweetly of sourdough, and there was the trace of hot, fresh bread in the…

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Author Interview: Helen Lederer #HelensLosingIt Blog Tour

Authors, Blog tour, Books By February 17, 2015 Tags: , , , 7 Comments

Welcome to the final stop on Helen Lederer’s Losing It Blog Tour! You’ve read the review, Losing It was launched last Thursday and is currently out in the world in a bookshop near you, so now it’s time to talk to its author. I’m thrilled to welcome the lovely Helen Lederer to the Nut Press today. I now know which Millie…

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That Dark Remembered Day Blog Tour

Authors, Blog tour, Books By July 31, 2014 Tags: , , , No Comments

One family, one town, devastated by one tragic event. Can you ever know what those closest to you are really capable of? When Stephen gets a phone call to say his mother isn’t well, he knows he must go to her straight away. But he dreads going back. He has never been able to understand why his mother chose to…

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Kim Curran GLAZE Blog Tour

Authors, Blog tour, Book reviews By May 9, 2014 Tags: , 1 Comment

It’s Day Two of the GLAZE Blog Tour and I’m thrilled to be taking part by posting my review of Kim Curran’s latest book, GLAZE. Set in a slightly future London, GLAZE is a thrilling and thought-provoking read and one I’d recommend, especially if you’re a regular user of any social network. Why? Because GLAZE is a futuristic social network that everyone…

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