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I read and review books of many genres. This is a website, where you can find my books listed by genre, and also a book blog - which you can follow, to ensure you never miss a great read.

The Retreat by Sherri Smith

Out tomorrow (13th August) is The Retreat by Sherri Smith.  My review is now up on 4 young women go on a weekend treat.  Right from the beginning we know that a murder takes place, but who is the murderer? Not the book for me, but loads […]

Believe Me by JP Delaney

My review of Believe Me by JP Delaney is now up on Set in New York, this is a pacey and dynamic thriller with plenty of twists and excitement.  Can Claire get the job done without becoming personally involved? Written in a light and easy to read […]

Bad Sons by Oliver Tidy

My review of Bad Sons by Oliver Tidy is now up on .   I loved this book.  It was a great and involving thriller  (at one point I shouted advice to the main character!),  and I enjoyed the references to real places, together with some history thrown […]

Good Grief by Jon Rance

  My review of Good Grief by Jon Rance is now up on  It is an uplifting tale of 2 people looking for a future.  A story of friendship, real life issues and how two very different people can help each other.   Wonderful! All the best.  Emma

The Last Stage by Louise Voss

  Out tomorrow (11th July) is The Last Stage by Louise Voss, her latest psychological thriller.  Set in the idyllic setting of a English stately house,  suspense and excitement throughout leads to a dramatic ending. @LouiseVoss1  Read more on All the best, Emma  

Proximity by Jem Tugwell

If you like psychological thrillers, I highly recommend Proximity by Jem Tugwell.  Set in the very near future its an exciting read which also contains lots of ideas of how AI and technology might change our lives very soon. A woman goes missing – which is impossible given […]

So the Doves by Heidi James

  Tomorrow, 15th May, the long awaited US edition of So the Doves by Heidi James is published.  Set in England, this thriller involves friends, family, relationships and murder.  An involving read with complex social issues which made me sit back and think.    All the best.  Emma of […]