Tag Archives: Mystery

A Badass + Quirky Heroine & a Intelligent Rule Following Hero Match Wits in this Brilliant Romantic Suspense! <3 | Release Day Review: Code of Honor (Cipher Security #2) by April White

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Code of Honor, an all-new standalone in the romantic suspense Cipher Security series from April White, is LIVE – check out my review on the blog today ❤

Continue reading A Badass + Quirky Heroine & a Intelligent Rule Following Hero Match Wits in this Brilliant Romantic Suspense! ❤ | Release Day Review: Code of Honor (Cipher Security #2) by April White

A Intriguing Historical Paranormal Mystery Based on One of The Most Famous Incident in History of Mankind <3 | Blog Tour – Review + Excerpt: The Deep by Alma Katsu

WELCOME TO THE BLOG TOUR FOR THE DEEP by Alma Katsu- A Fantastic Start To Whole New Worlds In This New Series <3- CHECK OUT MY REVIEW  ON THE BLOG TODAY ❤
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Continue reading A Intriguing Historical Paranormal Mystery Based on One of The Most Famous Incident in History of Mankind ❤ | Blog Tour – Review + Excerpt: The Deep by Alma Katsu

A Dark Disturbing Debut That Will Seem Familiar To Many! | ARC Review: My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell

 

An era-defining novel about the relationship between a fifteen-year-old girl and her teacher.

Vanessa Wye was fifteen years old when she first had sex with her English teacher.

She is now thirty-two and the teacher, Jacob Strane, has just been accused of sexual abuse by another former student of his. Vanessa is horrified by this news, because she is quite certain that the relationship she had with Strane wasn’t abuse. It was love. She’s sure of that. But now, in 2017, in the midst of allegations against powerful men, she is being asked to redefine the great love story of her life – her great sexual awakening – as rape.

Nuanced, uncomfortable, bold and powerful, and as riveting as it is disturbing, My Dark Vanessa goes straight to the heart of some of the most complex issues our age is grappling with.

Continue reading A Dark Disturbing Debut That Will Seem Familiar To Many! | ARC Review: My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell

A Thrilling Conclusion to A Suspenseful Romantic Trilogy <3 | Blog Post – Review: Bishop's Endgame (Endgame Trilogy #3) by Katie Reus

USA TODAY Bestselling Author Katie Reus’s Endgame Trilogy comes to an end with BISHOP’S ENDGAME. Lovers of romantic suspense won’t want to miss this thrilling conclusion — read my review + a little teaser  & don’t forget to grab your copy today!

Continue reading A Thrilling Conclusion to A Suspenseful Romantic Trilogy ❤ | Blog Post – Review: Bishop's Endgame (Endgame Trilogy #3) by Katie Reus

A Mystery To Pull At Your Consciousness; and Worthy of a Binge Read <3 | ARC Review: The Butterfly Girl (Naomi Cottle #2) by Rene Denfeld

 

After captivating readers in The Child Finder, Naomi—the investigator with an uncanny ability for finding missing children—returns, trading snow-covered woods for dark, gritty streets on the search for her missing sister in a city where young, homeless girls have been going missing and turning up dead.

From the highly praised author of The Child Finder and The Enchanted comes The Butterfly Girl, a riveting novel that ripples with truth, exploring the depths of love and sacrifice in the face of a past that cannot be left dead and buried. A year ago, Naomi, the investigator with an uncanny ability for finding missing children, made a promise that she would not take another case until she finds the younger sister who has been missing for years. Naomi has no picture, not even a name. All she has is a vague memory of a strawberry field at night, black dirt under her bare feet as she ran for her life.

The search takes her to Portland, Oregon, where scores of homeless children wander the streets like ghosts, searching for money, food, and companionship. The sharp-eyed investigator soon discovers that young girls have been going missing for months, many later found in the dirty waters of the river. Though she does not want to get involved, Naomi is unable to resist the pull of children in need—and the fear she sees in the eyes of a twelve-year old girl named Celia. Running from an abusive stepfather and an addict mother, Celia has nothing but hope in the butterflies—her guides and guardians on the dangerous streets. She sees them all around her, tiny iridescent wisps of hope that soften the edges of this hard world and illuminate a cherished memory from her childhood—the Butterfly Museum, a place where everything is safe and nothing can hurt her.

As danger creeps closer, Naomi and Celia find echoes of themselves in one another, forcing them each to consider the question: Can you still be lost even when you’ve been found? But will they find the answer too late?

Continue reading A Mystery To Pull At Your Consciousness; and Worthy of a Binge Read ❤ | ARC Review: The Butterfly Girl (Naomi Cottle #2) by Rene Denfeld

Emotional Romance Between Two Individuals With Their Own Traumatic Past| Release Day Review: Edge of Reason ( Arrow’s Edge MC Series, #1)

EDGE OF REASON, an all-new emotional start to a whole new series from a favourite author Freya Barker is available now! Check out my review on the blog today!

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A Strategy Based Plotline + A Thriller Full of Twists and Turns! | ARC Review: Blue Moon (Jack Reacher #24) by Jack Reacher

It’s a random universe, but once in a blue moon things turn out just right.

In a nameless city, two rival criminal gangs are competing for control. But they hadn’t counted on Jack Reacher arriving on their patch.

Reacher is trained to notice things.

He’s on a Greyhound bus, watching an elderly man sleeping in his seat, with a fat envelope of cash hanging out of his pocket. Another passenger is watching too … hoping to get rich quick.

As the mugger makes his move, Reacher steps in.

The old man is grateful, yet he turns down Reacher’s offer to help him home. He’s vulnerable, scared, and clearly in big, big trouble.

What hold could the gangs have on the old guy? Will Reacher be in time to stop bad things happening?

The odds are better with Reacher involved. That’s for damn sure.

Continue reading A Strategy Based Plotline + A Thriller Full of Twists and Turns! | ARC Review: Blue Moon (Jack Reacher #24) by Jack Reacher

A Wonderful Mystery – The Perfect Companion for Those Cozy Winter Afternoons | ARC Review: Laetitia Rodd and the Case of the Wandering Scholar (A Laetitia Rodd Mystery #2) by Kate Saunders

It is 1851 and Mrs Rodd has received an unusual commission: wealthy businessman Jacob Welland is dying of consumption and implores our redoubtable detective to find his beloved brother, whom he has not seen for fifteen years.

Joshua Welland was an Oxford scholar; brilliant, eccentric and desperately poor. Nobody can say exactly when he disappeared from his college, but he took to wandering the countryside and one day simply failed to return. Since then, there have been several sightings of his lonely, ragged figure. Ten years ago a friend spotted him in a gypsy camp, where he was rumoured to be learning great secrets that would one day astound the world.

Mrs Rodd uses her search as an opportunity to reconnect with a couple from her past, but then a violent murder is committed and Scotland Yard are called to investigate. Mrs Rodd’s old friend Inspector Blackbeard doesn’t want to hear any nonsense about gypsies or secrets, but Mrs Rodd is convinced that something very sinister is lurking in this peaceful landscape.

Continue reading A Wonderful Mystery – The Perfect Companion for Those Cozy Winter Afternoons | ARC Review: Laetitia Rodd and the Case of the Wandering Scholar (A Laetitia Rodd Mystery #2) by Kate Saunders

A Creepy Horror Fantasy; Perfect For The Spook-tastic October ;) | Blog Tour – Review + Giveaway: The Night Weaver by Monique Snyman

 

Welcome to the Blog Tour of this newest YA Horror – Fantasy THE NIGHT WEAVER by Monique Snyman – be sure to check out my review; enter an ah-mazing giveaway (open INTL + US!) and don’t forget to get your copy today!

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Continue reading A Creepy Horror Fantasy; Perfect For The Spook-tastic October 😉 | Blog Tour – Review + Giveaway: The Night Weaver by Monique Snyman

A Slow Burn Historical Crime Fiction That Deserves To Be Savored!! | ARC Review: One Good Deed by David Baldacci

The #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci introduces an unforgettable new character: Archer, a straight-talking former World War II soldier fresh out of prison for a crime he didn’t commit.

It’s 1949. When war veteran Aloysius Archer is released from Carderock Prison, he is sent to Poca City on parole with a short list of do’s and a much longer list of don’ts: do report regularly to his parole officer, don’t go to bars, certainly don’t drink alcohol, do get a job–and don’t ever associate with loose women.

The small town quickly proves more complicated and dangerous than Archer’s years serving in the war or his time in jail. Within a single night, his search for gainful employment–and a stiff drink–leads him to a local bar, where he is hired for what seems like a simple job: to collect a debt owed to a powerful local businessman, Hank Pittleman.

Soon Archer discovers that recovering the debt won’t be so easy. The indebted man has a furious grudge against Hank and refuses to pay; Hank’s clever mistress has her own designs on Archer; and both Hank and Archer’s stern parole officer, Miss Crabtree, are keeping a sharp eye on him.

When a murder takes place right under Archer’s nose, police suspicions rise against the ex-convict, and Archer realizes that the crime could send him right back to prison . . . if he doesn’t use every skill in his arsenal to track down the real killer.

Continue reading A Slow Burn Historical Crime Fiction That Deserves To Be Savored!! | ARC Review: One Good Deed by David Baldacci