Murder and arson, a small price for revenge? Some might think it too costly, others a bargain. In An Eye For An Eye: Inspector Stone Mysteries #2, the past catches up to Nathan Stone in the most costly of ways. Now available to pre-order for only 99c until July 1st An Eye For An Eye... Continue Reading →
My friend and fabulous beta reader Jessica Jesinghaus is running a giveaway for her book Mirror Mirror, I’ve read it and it’s very enjoyable with plenty of twists and turns that keep you guessing.
Feeling lucky? Take a shot at winning one of two paperback copies of Mirror, Mirror. This Goodreads Giveaway is valid for US residents (sorry my international peeps, I’ll catch you next time) and open to entries until May 24th.
You can enter the giveaway HERE. Read the blurb below and then screw up your courage… I dare you to look!
Samantha Carlson was just a young girl when her cousin, Emily, was brutally raped and killed in her own home. As a child, Sam’s family did their best to shelter her from the gruesome details. Now, working the crime beat for the Portland Tribune, Sam has the resources at her fingertips to investigate the case for herself.
Through the eyes of a killer…
After inheriting a family heirloom, an antique vanity table that once belonged to her murdered cousin…
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I Hello my faithful followers, as I indicated not too long ago, Written In Blood is going on tour, well now it is on tour. The tour started yesterday and will run until Friday 12th, during which time my dark thriller about a serial killer terrorising an English village will visit and be featured on... Continue Reading →
Written In Blood has been mentioned in such fabulous company, Agatha Christie, James Patterson, and JD Robb, not to mention other great names in the mystery/thriller genres, I may just swoon.
Thank you so much, Mrs N, I am deeply honoured to be included in this list.
I would never dream of aspiring to the heights of Agatha Christie (but I would fantasize about it) but a comparison to James Patterson is something I hoped for.
Welcome to this week’s edition of Friday Book Round-Up. This week is Mystery and Thriller week on Goodreads. I’ve been having such fun reading what other readers love as well as commenting. So, I thought I’d list some of my favorites as well as some I have on my To Be Read list. So, without further ado, here they are:
“Scottoline keeps the pace relentless as she drops a looming threat into the heart of an idyllic suburban community, causing readers to hold their breath in anticipation.” –Booklist
“Readers can be assured that the author nails the high school milieu, from athletic rivalries to sexting…they’re in for one thrilling ride.” –Kirkus Reviews
“Entertaining…This fast-paced read culminates in a daring chase that would play well on the big screen.” –Publishers Weekly
On paper, Chris Brennan looks perfect. He’s applying for a job…
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For this instalment of my history of crime series, I thought it would be nice to take a break from the crimes of England and hop across the pond to write about a pair of killers I heard about a long time ago. As well as being American, these killers are of a more recent... Continue Reading →
For part 4 of this series I was challenged by one of my readers to find an historical crime that she hadn't at least heard of; I like a nice challenge (within reason) so I accepted and went looking. Wikipedia, while not a site to use if you want 100% guaranteed accurate information on a... Continue Reading →
In part 3 of this series I am going to take a look at a case that is famous in England, though is perhaps less well-known elsewhere in the world. Dr Crippen is a name that many people in the UK know, they will even know that he was a killer, but most will know... Continue Reading →