Daria’s Daughter by Linda Huber #FridayBookShare

A mother and daughter torn apart An explosive accident on the way to Glasgow airport leaves Daria hurt, bereaved and confused. Her daughter has vanished without a trace and nobody is telling her what happened. Evie’s gone. That’s all. Gone. What does Daria have left to live for? A mother and daughter reunited Margie can’tContinue reading “Daria’s Daughter by Linda Huber #FridayBookShare”

A Borrowed Past by Juliette Lawson #TuesdayBookBlog #BookReview

What would you do if you discovered your whole life was built on a lie? Escape into William’s journey of discovery, love and loss in the first book of the Seaton Carew Sagas series. A Borrowed Past is a historical saga for anyone who’s ever felt that they don’t belong. Growing up in a seasideContinue reading “A Borrowed Past by Juliette Lawson #TuesdayBookBlog #BookReview”

The Hangman’s Song: Inspector McLean 3 (Inspector Mclean Mystery) by James Oswald #TuesdayBookBlog

A young man is found hanging by a rope in his Edinburgh home. A simple, sad suicide, yet Detective Inspector Tony McLean is puzzled by the curious suicide note. A second hanged man and another strange note hint at a sinister pattern. Investigating a brutal prostitution and human trafficking ring, McLean struggles to find timeContinue reading “The Hangman’s Song: Inspector McLean 3 (Inspector Mclean Mystery) by James Oswald #TuesdayBookBlog”

Different Class by Joanne Harris #BookReview #PsychologicalThriller

I chose this book because I had enjoyed Gentlemen and Players many years ago and this sequel takes place a year later in the same location, St Oswald’s Grammar School. Roy Straitley, an old-fashioned Latin Master is teaching his 35th year at the school and he has no desire for any other life.  Nicknamed QuazContinue reading “Different Class by Joanne Harris #BookReview #PsychologicalThriller”