Recommended Reads This Halloween 

I don’t read a lot of horror/ghost stories as a rule because I’m a chicken. But... I do read some, if they pique my interest enough and I do love Halloweeen! So, I thought I’d a do a post on recommended reads over the Halloween season, I did one last year which you can read … Continue reading Recommended Reads This Halloween 

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The Lost Village by Neil Spring. Review 

I'm not really one for horror/ghost stories because I'm quite pathetic and scare really easily! But the premise of this novel just intrigued me, a Lost Village in Wiltshire, taken over by the army in 1914 at the start of WW1 and a promise to the villagers broken when the army decided to keep it.  … Continue reading The Lost Village by Neil Spring. Review 

Very Important Corpses, by Simon R Green. Review 

Thank you to Netgalley for my ARC  This is one of those books that I shouldn't have liked. Why? You ask. Because it's completely ridiculous. But surprisingly, it works.  Ishmael Jones is an alien. I'll get that out there straight away. This is actually the 3rd book in a series about him but the first … Continue reading Very Important Corpses, by Simon R Green. Review 

Book review – Jonathan Dark or the Evidence of Ghosts 

   Jonathan Dark or the Evidence of Ghosts is exactly what it says on the tin. Two different sorts of stories running concurrently and eventually meeting at the end.  Jonathan Dark is a detective with London's met investigating a stalker who has already killed and is now hunting a new victim. Maria the Stalkee is … Continue reading Book review – Jonathan Dark or the Evidence of Ghosts