Women of the Dunes by Sarah Maine #BookReview

It is the women who are keepers of tales. Atmospheric, intoxicating and filled with intrigue, this sweeping novel is an epic story spanning the centuries, that links three women together across history. Libby Snow spent her childhood hearing stories and legends from long ago. Now an archaeologist, her job is to dig deeper into theContinue reading “Women of the Dunes by Sarah Maine #BookReview”

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”

Death by Fountain by Jennifer S Alderson #TuesdayBookBlog Travel Can be Murder:5

Rome—the city of churches, marble, … and murder? For one American tourist, a famous fountain will become her final resting place. Wedding bells are ringing, and Lana Hansen could not be happier! Wanderlust Tours guide Randy Wright and his Italian girlfriend are tying the knot in Tuscany, right after he and Lana finish leading aContinue reading “Death by Fountain by Jennifer S Alderson #TuesdayBookBlog Travel Can be Murder:5”

Death by Bagpipes by Jennifer S. Alderson #BookReview Travel Can Be Murder: 4

When a trip to Scotland ends in tragedy, travel guide Lana Hansen must sleuth out who murdered her guest before she ends up paying the piper. Lana hasn’t seen her ex-husband, Ron, since their divorce was finalized eight months earlier. So when they bump into each on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, she is notContinue reading “Death by Bagpipes by Jennifer S. Alderson #BookReview Travel Can Be Murder: 4”

High Wire in Nuala by Harriet Steel #BookReview

Much to the delight of the locals, a colourful Russian circus rolls into Nuala, but the fun ends abruptly when, on the opening night, a tragic accident takes place. Shanti de Silva and his wife, Jane are among the crowd to witness the accident. Or was it an accident? Inspector de Silva senses murder, andContinue reading “High Wire in Nuala by Harriet Steel #BookReview”

The Visitor: A Post-Apocalyptic Murder Mystery by Terry Tyler #BookReview

In 2024, a mystery virus ravages the entire world. ‘Bat Fever’ is highly contagious and one hundred per cent lethal. A cottage tucked away in an isolated Norfolk village seems like the ideal place to sit out a catastrophic pandemic, but some residents of Hincham resent the arrival of Jack, Sarah and their friends, whileContinue reading “The Visitor: A Post-Apocalyptic Murder Mystery by Terry Tyler #BookReview”