In Cases of Murder by Jan Edwards #NewRelease #TuesdayBookBlog #RBRT

When the body of Laura Jarman is discovered crammed into a steamer trunk and dumped on a Brighton railway platform, members of her wealthy industrialist family are shouting for answers, but their reluctance to co-operate with the investigation arouses suspicion from all sides. What could possibly link Laura to private gentlemen’s parties on the edgeContinue reading “In Cases of Murder by Jan Edwards #NewRelease #TuesdayBookBlog #RBRT”

A Girl Called Justice by Elly Griffiths #TuesdayBookBlog #SchoolStory #MurderMystery

Missing maids, suspicious teachers and a snow storm to die for… For a fearless girl called Justice Jones, super-smart super-sleuth, it’s just the start of a spine-tingling first term at Highbury House Boarding School for the Daughters of Gentlefolk. When Justice’s mother dies, her father packs her off to Highbury House Boarding School for theContinue reading “A Girl Called Justice by Elly Griffiths #TuesdayBookBlog #SchoolStory #MurderMystery”

The Lover of the Grave (The Lydmouth Crime Series -3) by Andrew Taylor #FridayReads #BookReview

After the coldest night of the year, they find the man’s body. He is dangling from the Hanging Tree on the outskirts of a village near Lydmouth, with his trousers round his ankles. Is it suicide, murder, or accidental death resulting from some bizarre sexual practice? Journalist Jill Francis and Detective Inspector Thornhill become involvedContinue reading “The Lover of the Grave (The Lydmouth Crime Series -3) by Andrew Taylor #FridayReads #BookReview”

I Stopped Time by Jane Davis #DualTime #20thcenturySocialHistory #BookReview

What if the villain of your childhood turned out to be someone really rather extraordinary? Edwardian Brighton. A wide-eyed girl enters Mr Parker’s photographic studio and receives her first lesson about the brand new medium that will shape her future: “Can you think of a really good memory? Perhaps you can see it when youContinue reading “I Stopped Time by Jane Davis #DualTime #20thcenturySocialHistory #BookReview”