Published: April 2020 by Bookouture
Category: Crime Fiction, Police Procedural, Thriller, Book Review
Detective Josie Quinn hasn’t heard from her sister since Trinity stormed out of the house in the heat of an argument three weeks ago. So, when human remains are found at the remote hunting cabin where Trinity was last seen, Josie can only assume the worst.
Trinity Payne, a news anchor for a major TV network, was staying with her twin sister, Detective Josie Quinn when they had a row and Trinity stormed out out of the house. She’d been lying low after an inopportune remark on air, worried that it might have cost her her career. While staying at Josie’s she was also working on a secret project that she hoped would catapult her back in the limelight.
Today I have an interview with, and would like to welcome, Jer Adrianne Lelliott who, along with Ramiz Monsef, narrate Lady Killer.
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Rose’s Choice, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources
Today I have a guest post from Chrissie Bradshaw, the author…
Before the Lines – Or how I wrote myself into the story of ‘Rose’s Choice’.
Like many readers, I love reading between the lines of a book and guessing at the untold bits of the story so I suppose it is only natural for me to invest a lot of time in creating a setting for my own novels and a back story for all of my characters. This spade work is done ‘before the lines’. I start before I draft the story and some of it is just for me to know whereas a lot of it is revealed through my characters’ actions.
Published: July 2020 by Lake Union Publishing
Category: Contemporary Fiction, Family Drama, Book Review
When her loving, free-spirited grandmother Primrose passes away, Victoria is bereft, yet resilient—she has survived tragedy before. But even her strength is tested when a mysterious woman attends Prim’s funeral and claims to be the mother Victoria thought was dead.
The Day She Came Back is a compelling story of three generations of women—Prim, Sarah and Victoria—woven into a tale of secrets uncovered, loss, grief and forgiveness. Victoria has been brought up by her beautiful, glamorous grandmother, Prim. Her parents had been drug addicts and died when she was a baby and her grandfather passed away several years ago. Prim’s daughter Sarah, Victoria’s mother, had been her only child. Now it was just Victoria and Prim living in Rosebank, a large house on the outskirts of Epsom in Surrey. She has no other relatives and hadn’t been a popular girl at school, but she has a lovely best friend in Daksha.
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Homeward Bound, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.
I have an extract for you today, but first here’s the book info…
Performed by Richard Armitage
Published July 2020 by Whole Story Audiobooks
Category: Crime, Fiction, Mystery, Thriller, AudioBook Review
In a world gone mad, who can you trust?
Fresh from a high-profile case in the Paris fashion world, elite forensic psychologist and criminal profiler Dr Alexander Gregory receives a call from the New York State Homicide Squad. The wife of a notorious criminal has been admitted to a private psychiatric hospital and can no longer testify in his upcoming trial. Without her, their case will collapse, but amid reports that the staff are as unpredictable as their patients, who can the police trust?