BLOG TOUR: The Lost (Jonah Colley #1) by Simon Beckett

“A MISSING CHILD. A GRUESOME DISCOVERY. A SEARCH FOR THE TRUTH.”

Set to be published on 25th November and the first book in the Jonah Colley series, The Lost by Simon Beckett follows firearms police officer Jonah Colley who, ten years ago, was destroyed by the disappearance of his young son. Now, a plea for help from an old friend leads him to Slaughter Quay and the discovery of four bodies. Brutally attacked and left for dead, he is the only survivor. Under suspicion himself, he uncovers a network of secrets and lies about the people he thought he knew – forcing him to question what really happened all those years ago…

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BLOG TOUR: The Shadowing by Rhiannon Ward

Published on 16th September, The Shadowing by Rhiannon Ward follows well-to-do Hester who travels to a Nottinghamshire workhouse in Southwell after learning of her sister Mercy’s death. Eager to find out how her sister ended up at such a place and haunted by her sister’s ghost, Hester sets out to uncover the truth. She soon finds out that Mercy was pregnant, and that both she and the baby are said to be dead of cholera. But the workhouse hasn’t had an outbreak for years. So when rumours of children going missing and of a ghostly figure known as the Pale Lady that steals babies in the night, Hester investigates. Is this lady a myth? Or is something more sinister afoot at the Southwell poorhouse?

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Book Review: The Anatomy Of Desire by LR Dorne

“AMBITION. DESIRE. BETRAYAL. MURDER?”

Set to be published on 22nd July, The Anatomy Of Desire by LR Dorne follows the trial of fitness influencer Cleo Ray for murder. With followers numbering in the hundreds of thousands, a glamorous circle of friends, and a famous boyfriend, the life that Cleo has always wanted is within her grasp. But when Cleo sets off in a canoe on a deserted lake with her friend and the girl is later found dead in the water, Cleo goes viral, but for all the wrong reasons. Who was the girl in the canoe? And did Cleo have anything to do with her death? If Cleo is innocent, why did she try to run?

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Book Review: Mother by Laura Jarratt

“Two Girls. One Chance.”

Released in February 2021, Mother by Laura Jarratt sees Lizzie driving home from a family break when her car crashes with her two daughters inside, facing her with a terrible choice. When she recovers from her injuries, Lizzie not only has to deal with the events of that night, but also the police investigation into it. Soon, things take an even darker turn. Just what did happen on that remote country road? Who is responsible? And can the family get through this together? Or will the truth finally tear them apart?

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Book Review: The Pact by Sharon Bolton

“Let the games begin…”

Set to be released on 27th May, The Pact by Sharon Bolton follows six talented friends who are looking forward to the brightest of futures – until a daredevil game goes horribly wrong, and a woman and two children are killed. Eighteen-year-old Megan takes the blame, leaving the others free to get on with their lives. In return, they each agree to a ‘favour’, payable on her release from prison. Twenty years later, Megan is free.

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Book Review: The Split by Sharon Bolton

Set to be released in paperback on 29th October, The Split by Sharon Bolton follows Felicity Lloyd who has desperately signed up for an extended research trip working on the remote island of South Georgia. It was her only way to escape. But now Freddie Lloyd is coming for her. He has just got out of prison for murder and is on his way to where Felicity is hiding. And this time, he won’t stop until he finds her. No matter how far you run, some secrets will always catch up with you…

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