Tag: fiction

VILE by Keith Crawford

Elianor Paine is a Magistrate of the Peace in the Kingdom of Trist and a republican secret agent. She has 6 days to subvert her investigation, supplant war-hero Lord Vile, then coerce his adult children to start a revolution, before her masters discover the truth and have her killed. Just how far is she willing to go? And can she change the world without changing herself.

Deadly Harm by Owen Mullen

I was more than a little excited to receive a copy of Owen Mullen’s latest release to read and review here on my blog. I have read EVERY Owen Mullin book published to date and again highly recommend this extremely talented author who has a fascinating way of leading […]

Bridging The Gulf by Malcolm Hollingdrake

This fast moving, thought-provoking thriller is set partly in the stunning beauty and history of Turkish Cyprus.

The novel follows one man’s struggle against faceless bureaucrats bent on negating the existence of Gulf War Syndrome.  

Roy Hanna is a driven man. On his return from the Gulf War, in which he was injured and his comrades killed, he appears to be a successful salesman with everything he could want. Behind his facade, he believes he is suffering from Gulf War Syndrome and that the Government is carrying out a massive cover-up.

The lives of countless sufferers lie in ruins. He is determined that the Government should pay and he embarks on a bombing spree to ensure that it does.

Trophies by David Evans

The Wakefield Series (Book 1) Book Blog Tour | The Wakefield Series TROPHIES – TORMENT – TALISMAN David Evans @DavidEWriter Bits about Books  @CarolineBookBit From the CWA Debut Dagger Shortlisted Novelist comes an extraordinary crime novel that everyone is raving about. When DI Colin Strong interviews a suspect on suspicion of […]

The Birthday by Carol Wyer

(Detective Natalie Ward #1) One hot summer’s afternoon, five-year-old Ava Sawyer went to a party. She never came home … When five-year-old Ava Sawyer goes missing from a birthday party at a local garden centre, the police are bewildered by the lack of leads. That is until two […]

Bagging Alice by Laura Barnard

(Babes of Brighton #3) Alice is used to taking photographs for a living – not having intimate pictures of herself posted for all the world to see, thanks to a disgruntled ex-boyfriend. Now her clients are cancelling appointments, and she’s almost out of cash. What else could go […]