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 […]

Sculpting the Elephant by Sylvia Vetta

My review of Sculpting the Elephant by Sylvia Vetta is now up on EmmabBooks.com . Wonderful historical fiction set in Oxford (England) and India, about finding love in the 1990’s and the late 1800’s; can love overcome cultural differences?  Set alongside is a fascinating storyline about searching for […]

A Justifiable Madness by AB Morgan

A 5* psychological thriller, that seems scarily plausible.  My review of A Justifiable Madness by AB Morgan is now up on EmmabBooks.com.  Its a “I’ll just read one more chapter” type of book.  Why would you want to get yourself placed on a psychiatric ward, and once there […]

Endurance by Scott Kelly

Sorry I’ve been a bit quiet recently.  I’ve had a run of books that I’ve not enjoyed, not finished and not written a review for.  Anyway, back now with a 5* read!   Endurance by Scott Kelly is his exciting, dramatic and fascinating story about his year spent on the […]

Amok by Sebastian Fitzek

My review of this Audible Audio Drama is now up on EmmabBooks.com    Amok by Sebastian Fitzek is the first Audio Drama I have listened to.  It had excitement, twists and turns as a seemingly impossible hostage situation is being negotiated.  5*s from me – I loved every […]