Murderabilia by Craig Robertson

★★★★★

Pages: 418   Price: £8.00   Published: 2016 by Simon & Schuster
Genre: Thriller, Crime

Blurb:

“Murderabilia – collectible items related to murders, murderers and crime scenes. Some items are only available to buy on the dark net. The collector must be prepared to pay a high price. As Detective Inspector Rachel Narey and her partner, journalist Tony Winter are about to find out” Continue reading “Murderabilia by Craig Robertson”

A Message To The People Who Mock Reading.

My opinion on the concept on reading being ‘nerdy’

“Why would you want to do that?” “Boring” “You read? What a nerd” “I’m not reading the assigned book for homework, I have a life” “Are you reading? *laughter*”  “Books are for nerds, what a waste of time”

Reading. Continue reading “A Message To The People Who Mock Reading.”

I See You by Clare Mackintosh

★★★★

Pages: 372   Price: £8.00   Published: 2016 by Sphere
Genre: Thriller, Mystery

Blurb:

“When Zoe Walker sees her photo in the classifieds section of a London newspaper, she is determined to find out why it’s there. There’s no explanation: just a grainy image, a website address and a phone number. She takes it home to her family, who are convinced it’s just someone who looks like Zoe. But the next day the advert shows a photo of a different woman, and another the day after that. Is it a mistake? A coincidence? Or is someone keeping track of every move they make…” Continue reading “I See You by Clare Mackintosh”

Bloody January by Alan Parks

★★★★★

Type: E-Book    Cost: £12.99 (For the Hardcover when released)

Release: 28th December 2017     Genre: Crime, Thriller

Blurb:

“When a teenage boy shoots a young woman dead in the middle of a busy Glasgow street and then commits suicide, Detective Harry McCoy is sure of one thing. It wasn’t a random act of violence. With his new partner in tow, McCoy uses his underworld network to lead the investigation but soon runs up against a secret society led by Glasgow’s wealthiest family, the Dunlops. McCoy’s boss doesn’t want him to investigate. The Dunlops seem untouchable. But McCoy has other ideas… In a helter-skelter tale – winding from moneyed elite to hipster music groupies to the brutal gangs of the urban wasteland – Bloody January brings to life the dark underbelly of 1970s Glasgow.” Continue reading “Bloody January by Alan Parks”

Die Trying (Jack Reacher 2) by Lee Child

★★★★★

Pages: 560   Price: £8.00   Published: 1998 by Bantam Press
Genre: Thriller, Crime

Blurb:

“A Chicago street in bright sunshine. Jack Reacher, strolling nowhere, meets an attractive young woman, limping, struggling with her crutches, alone. Naturally he stops to offer her a steadying arm and then they turn together—to face twin handguns held level and motionless and aimed straight at their stomachs.
Chained to the woman, locked in a dark, stifling van racing 2,000 miles across America, Reacher needs to know who he’s dealing with. The kidnappers are saying nothing and his companion claims to be Holly Johnson, FBI agent. She’s fierce enough and tough enough, but he knows there must be more to her than that. And at their remote, hostile destination, they will need to act as a team and trust each other, pitting raw courage and cunning against insane violence and seemingly hopeless odds, with their own lives and hundreds more at stake.” Continue reading “Die Trying (Jack Reacher 2) by Lee Child”

All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

This post will contain spoilers, you have been warned.
★★★★★

Pages: 388   Price: £8.00   Published: 2015 by Penguin
Genre: YA, Romance, Age 16+

Blurb:

“Theodore Finch wants to take his own life. Violet Markey is devastated by her sister’s death. They meet on the ledge of the school bell tower, and so their story begins. It’s only together they can be themselves. But, as Violet’s world grows, Finch’s begins to shrink. How far will Violet go to save the boy she as come to love?” Continue reading “All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven”

The ABC Murders by Agatha Christie

★★★★★

Pages: 267   Price: £8.00   Published: 1936 by Harper Collins
Genre: Mystery, Classic, Detective

Blurb:

“Murder is a very simple crime. But at the hands of a maniac, a serial killer, it becomes a very complicated business. With the whole country in a state of panic, the killer is growing more confident with each successive execution – Mrs Ascher in Andover, Betty Barnard in Bexhill, Sir Carmichael Clarke in Churston… But laying a trail of deliberate clues to taunt the proud Hercule Poirot might just be his first mistake,” Continue reading “The ABC Murders by Agatha Christie”