Death Shall Come by Simon R Green. Review. 

'Call me Ishamael' you wouldn't be blamed for thinking that you were about to start reading Herman Melville's classic Moby Dick. But this is a series which is set to be a completely different type of classic.  This is the second book I've read in the Ishmael Jones series by Simon R Green and the … Continue reading Death Shall Come by Simon R Green. Review. 

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Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough. Review

I am reeling. The roof has blown off the top of my head. I am in shock. My mind is full of turmoil. This book has destroyed me and everything I've ever thought was right with the world. But in a good way because it was absolutely fantastic.  Creepy, weird, fast paced, psychologically gripping and … Continue reading Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough. 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 

The Case of the Green Dressed Ghost. Lucy Banks. Review 

Thank you to Netgalley, the author and publisher for my ARC.  The Case of the Green Dressed Ghost appealed to me as a read now on Netgalley purely because of the blurb and the colour. I'm not really one for ghost stories but as this one seemed to have a little mystery to it I … Continue reading The Case of the Green Dressed Ghost. Lucy Banks. Review