Dark Water by Robert Bryndza

My God what a brilliant read. Robert has done it again. In Erika he has created a character who is flawed, driven and is like a dog with a bone between its teeth. She never lets go. She digs and digs until all the pieces are uncovered and the puzzle put together. If you like your books fast paced and with a satisfying conclusion, then is the book for you. Five stars from me. Thanks to author, publishers and NetGalley for the ARC.

Corpus by Rory Clements

This was an entertaining book. Part thriller, part alternative history,part mystery. Of what ifs, could be’s or maybes .
Set in 1936, A time of the abdication of Edward VIII, Spanish civil war and the manoeuvring of the dictatorships in Moscow and Berlin and Rome. A clique in the British establishment and government are behind Edward staying on as king. Is this because of their belief in the monarchy or Edward’s pro fascist ideals.
Every action by pro fascists has a counter action by their communist counterparts and the dictatorships in Italy, Germany and Russia.
Caught up in this is Professor Thomas Wilde, an American teaching history at Cambridge . He is set on a roller coaster adventure where ideals, alliances and enmities are constantly in flux.
A great book that keeps you turning the pages, saying to yourself this could never happen. But when you suspend your disbelief, it could or has it?
A great book which should be a best seller when released in 2017.
Thanks for the opportunity to read this ARC

The Fire Witness by Lars Kelper

This is a good read. It tell the story of a detective named Joona who tries to solve the murders of 2 people at a home for disturbed children. This investigation takes him down many roads, each one getting darker than its predecessor. Also Joona has a secret in his past that threatens to catch up with him. A worthy 4 stars.

LOVE YOU TO DEATH by CAROLINE MITCHELL#newrelease#Fridayreads#Bookreview@Caroline_writes@Bookouture

Fantastic review




Twenty years ago you were forced to give your daughter up. Now she’s back. Or is she?

Women who’ve had to give up children for adoption are being killed. A knock at their front door begins a nightmare from which they will never wake up.

East London Detective Ruby Preston and her team must hunt down a disturbed individual before someone else is taken. But when bodies start turning up, staged in perfect, domestic scenes, it carries the echo of a memory in Ruby’s mind. The tinkling of a music box. A mother and child reunion…

Then just as Ruby thinks they’ve made a breakthrough, she receives a sinister email, and the case takes a terrifying personal twist.

Can Ruby catch the killer before they strike again? Or will her troubled past catch up with her first?

Love You to Death is a serial killer thriller packed with twists…

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Where Dead Men Meet by Mark Mills

This was a very entertaining book. It is the story of Luke, a foundling, who is left at the doors of an English convent when he was supposed to die. Fast forward 25 years, his mentor Sister Agnes is murdered and an attempt is made on Luke’s life and he is saved by the man who is meant to kill him. This plunges Luke into an adventure which rages across Europe. As Luke struggles to find out who wants him dead, about his past and his future, if he has any. This is worthwhile read , the writing is excellent and it keeps the reader turning the pages. Thanks to lovereading.co.uk , author and publishers for the ARC.