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Book Review: Exquisite by Sarah Stovell #Exquisite #BlogTour

Blog tour, Book reviews By June 11, 2017 Tags: , , No Comments

I know from personal experience how intense a week’s writing retreat can be; they forge lasting friendships and can be as life-changing for the individual as they are for their writing. But I’m incredibly relieved they’ve never proved to be as devastating as the one which sparks off the central female relationship in Sarah Stovell’s Exquisite. Bo Luxton has it all…


Book Review: Cursed by Thomas Enger #Cursed #BlogTour

Blog tour, Book reviews By March 4, 2017 Tags: , , , No Comments

Cursed is the fourth book in Thomas Enger’s Henning Juul series but my first introduction to both the author and his investigative journalist protagonist and it works well as a stand-alone. What secret would you kill to protect? When Hedda Hellberg fails to return from a retreat in Italy, where she has been grieving for her recently dead father, her…


#Sealskin Blog Tour – Interview with Author Su Bristow

Authors, Blog tour By February 10, 2017 Tags: , , , 2 Comments

I’m thrilled to welcome Su Bristow to the Nut Press today. Su was the first winner of the Exeter Novel Prize and the resulting novel, Sealskin, is out now from Orenda Books. Su, I was lucky enough to be at that first prize-giving ceremony for the Exeter Novel Prize. Can you give me an idea of what happened after you…


Book Review: Rupture by Ragnar Jónasson #Rupture Blog Tour

Blog tour, Book reviews By January 20, 2017 Tags: , , , No Comments

Iceland is on my must-see list of places to visit and as every reader knows, when you can’t afford to physically go somewhere, the next best way to travel is by book. Which is why I jumped at the chance to read my first Dark Iceland novel. Rupture is actually the fourth book in Ragnar Jónasson’s Dark Iceland series but you’ll be able to…


Book Review: Deep Down Dead by Steph Broadribb #DeepDownDead Blog Tour

Blog tour, Book reviews By January 18, 2017 Tags: , , No Comments

You’re going to want to clear some reading time before you open the covers of Steph Broadribb’s Deep Down Dead because once you crack it – and the whole can of worms inside – open, you are not going to want to put it down until you know that bounty hunter Lori Anderson has her man. And a hot bath, a…

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