Spring at Taigh Fallon by Kirsty Ferry #review @kirsty_ferry @ChocLitUK

So how has the weather been round your way recently? Have you been snowed in? Has it been freezing? We’ve escaped the worst of the wintry weather here in Edinburgh so far although as I write this there is a really strong wind outside which does feel rather chilly So let Kirsty Ferry bring a … More Spring at Taigh Fallon by Kirsty Ferry #review @kirsty_ferry @ChocLitUK

Dirty Little Secrets by Jo Spain #review @spainjoanne @QuercusBooks

When the decomposing body of Olive Collins is found in her home in the very small community of Withered Vale, all the neighbours are shocked. It is more than three months since she was last seen by any of her neighbours but no-one seems to have thought to check on her. As DI Frank Brazil … More Dirty Little Secrets by Jo Spain #review @spainjoanne @QuercusBooks

#TenThings about #author Brian Stewart @BRMStewart #LoveBooksGroupTours @ThunderPointLtd

I’m really pleased to welcome Brian Stewart to the blog today as he shares TenThings about himself. I heard him read from his novel, The Deaths on The Black Rock, at Noir at the Bar last November and it sounds a really gripping read. I was born in Rutherglen, brought up in Grangemouth, and then … More #TenThings about #author Brian Stewart @BRMStewart #LoveBooksGroupTours @ThunderPointLtd

Magnolia House by Angela Barton #review @angebarton @choclitUK

Magnolia House is the name of the large Georgian townhouse in London which Rowan Forrester and her husband Tom buy after placing the winning bid in an auction. It seems like a dream come true. A beautiful new house, albeit one needing lots of work, very near to Tom’s sister and Rowan’s best friend Libby, … More Magnolia House by Angela Barton #review @angebarton @choclitUK

The Red Address Book by Sofia Lundberg #review @BoroughPress

The Red Address Book is a beautiful and poignant story about 96 year old Doris who is nearing the end of her life. Flicking through the red leather-bound address book her father gave her when she was young, she realises that although many of the people in the book have now passed away, her life … More The Red Address Book by Sofia Lundberg #review @BoroughPress