The Missing Years

The Missing Years – AD sent for review

I’ve got another cracker of a book to share with you today.  You may recall my review of Lexie Elliott’s first novel The French Girl last year. Following on from that page-turner, I’ve just finished her second novel, The Missing Years which was published through Corvus on 6th June. In The Missing Years, we meet […]

The Forgotten Sister

The Forgotten Sister – AD sent for review

You may recall my review for The Second Child from last year, which was the first novel from Caroline Bond.  It was a book I’d really enjoyed reading, so I’ve been eagerly awaiting her second novel.  The Forgotten Sister was published through Corvus Books on 2nd May, and it really has lived up to my […]

The Cornish Lady

The Cornish Lady – AD sent for review

I’ve just finished the fourth novel in the series set in eighteenth-century Cornwall, written by Nicola Pryce.  The Cornish Lady was published through Corvus in March this year and it’s just as good as it’s predecessors. In this book, we are introduced to Angelica Lilly, the young daughter of a Silas Lilly who is a […]

Night by Night Jack Jordan

Night by Night – AD Sent for review

You may recall my review for Before Her Eyes from August last year.  Since then I’ve been eagerly awaiting the next novel from Jack Jordan, and Night by Night, which was published on 2nd May hasn’t disappointed at all. In Night by Night we meet Rose Shaw, a wife and mother who is plagued by […]

The Long Forgotten

The Long Forgotten – AD sent for review

As a confirmed bookworm I always love the opportunity to review books.  It means that I get the chance to discover some really wonderful stories and I have one of those to share with you all today.  The Long Forgotten is written by David Whitehouse and was published through Picador.  It’s quite simply a rather […]

Don't Send Flowers

Don’t Send Flowers – AD sent for review

If you’re looking for a hard-hitting crime novel then Don’t Send Flowers by Martín Solares is the book for you.  Published through Grove Press in March this year, this is a book which shows the reality of living with drug cartels and life in northern Mexico. When the seventeen year old daughter of a wealthy […]