The Bastille Spy

The Bastille Spy – AD sent for review

I finished the school holidays with a really good historical crime thriller.  I can thoroughly recommend The Bastille Spy, the latest novel from C S Quinn which was published through Corvus in August.  It’s a real page-turner and a story that I’ve thoroughly enjoyed reading. It’s Paris, the year is 1789 and the country is…Continue reading The Bastille Spy – AD sent for review

The Last House Guest

The Last House Guest – AD sent for review

I’ve been really lucky recently, that I’ve had the opportunity to read one-page turner after another.  I recently finished reading The Last House Guest by Megan Miranda and it’s very good indeed.  Published through Corvus in June, this is the author’s second novel and I haven’t been able to put it down. The Last House…Continue reading The Last House Guest – AD sent for review

The Serpents Mark

The Serpent’s Mark – AD sent for review

I don’t get to read enough historical thrillers, so when I was asked to take a look at The Serpent’s Mark recently I couldn’t refuse.  Written by S W Perry and published through Corvus in June this year, this novel is set in Elizabethan England and is full of suspense and intrigue. The Serpent’s Mark…Continue reading The Serpent’s Mark – AD sent for review

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…Continue reading The Missing Years – AD sent for review

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…Continue reading The Forgotten Sister – AD sent for review

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…Continue reading The Cornish Lady – AD sent for review