#Review The Promise By Casey Kelleher @CaseyKelleher ~ Published @bookouture

About The Book  Two sisters. One murder. And an unbreakable bond. Growing up in squalor with their drug-addicted prostitute mother, sisters Georgie and Marnie Parker have had to endure the very darkest side of life. When their mother is sentenced for brutally murdering a client, Georgie and Marnie’s already precarious lives are blown apart and … Continue reading #Review The Promise By Casey Kelleher @CaseyKelleher ~ Published @bookouture

A House Divided by Margaret Skea @margaretskea Guest Review~ By J A Warnock

About The Book  ‘When you must face Maxwell, give evidence before Cunningham the King. Have you thought on that?’ ‘If I do not face Maxwell, I will not be able to face myself.’ Scotland 1597. The truce bCunninghamand Montgomerie clans is fragile. And for the Munro family, living in hiding under assumed names, these are … Continue reading A House Divided by Margaret Skea @margaretskea Guest Review~ By J A Warnock

Eyes Like Mine By Sheena Kamal – @BonnierZaffre #Review

About The Book It begins with a phone call. Fifteen years ago Nora Watts gave her newborn daughter up for adoption. Now Bonnie has vanished and when the police don't seem to care, her desperate parents turn to Nora as a last resort. Nora knows only too well what happens to missing girls, especially when … Continue reading Eyes Like Mine By Sheena Kamal – @BonnierZaffre #Review

The First Blast Of The Trumpet Marie Macpherson @MGMacpherson ~ Guest #Review By Sam Bain #RT

About The Book  Hailes Castle, 1511. Midnight on a doom-laden Hallowe'en and Elisabeth Hepburn, feisty daughter of the Earl of Bothwell, makes a wish - to wed her lover, the poet David Lindsay. But her uncle has other plans. To safeguard the interests of the Hepburn family she is to become a nun and succeed … Continue reading The First Blast Of The Trumpet Marie Macpherson @MGMacpherson ~ Guest #Review By Sam Bain #RT

The Uncommon Life Of Alfred Warner In Six Days By Juliet Conlin #Review @JulietConlin #Blog Tour @bwpublishing#RT

A HUGE privilege to be starting off the Blog Tour for this marvelous book.  I give this book a 5/5 rating. It is a life changer! About The Book  Approaching 80, frail and alone, a remarkable man makes the journey from his sheltered home in England to Berlin to meet his granddaughter. He has six … Continue reading The Uncommon Life Of Alfred Warner In Six Days By Juliet Conlin #Review @JulietConlin #Blog Tour @bwpublishing#RT

The Confessions Of Stella Moon By Shelley Day @PascaleBientot ~ Published By @SarabandBooks

About The Book  1977: A killer is released from prison and returns home to a decaying, deserted boarding house choked with weeds and foreboding. Memories of strange rituals, gruesome secrets, and shame hang heavy in the air, exerting a brooding power over young Stella Moon. She is eager to restart her life, but first, she … Continue reading The Confessions Of Stella Moon By Shelley Day @PascaleBientot ~ Published By @SarabandBooks

Because I Was Lonely By @HayleyMitchellc ~ Published @RedDoorBooks #Review

Finished this last night and it was for sure a special read. It's Hayley Mitchell's debut novel with Red Door Publishing but it will not be her last. The first chapter had me sitting with my chin on my chest, scared to read the next page. The best opening to a book I have ever … Continue reading Because I Was Lonely By @HayleyMitchellc ~ Published @RedDoorBooks #Review

Review of Mary’s The Name By Ross Sayers ~ @cranachanbooks @Sayers33

Book Review ~ Mary’s The Name By Ross Sayers Mary's The Name ~ Ross Sayers The Books Description  An eight-year-old girl and her Granpa are on the run… “When me and Granpa watched James Bond films, he told me not to be scared because people didn’t have guns like that in Scotland. That must’ve been why the robbers used hammers.” … Continue reading Review of Mary’s The Name By Ross Sayers ~ @cranachanbooks @Sayers33