Category: Crime Fiction

The Guilty Mother by Diane Jeffrey @dianefjeffrey @HQDigitalUK #LoveBooks

She says she’s innocent.DO YOU BELIEVE HER? 2013 Melissa Slade had it all: beauty, money, a successful husband and beautiful twin babies. But, in the blink of an eye, her perfect life became a nightmare – when she found herself on trial for the murder of her little girls.  PRESENT DAY Jonathan Hunt covered the

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Her Last Breath by Alison Belsham #Coverreveal @AlisonBelsham @TrapezeBooks #Thriller #LoveBooks

So very excited to share with you the cover of Alison Belshams next installment of the Tattoo Thief trilogy. You can read our review of book one here. Congratulations to Alison I am so excited for this next adventure. Pre-order your own copy here: Start the unforgettable journey with book one The Tattoo Thief.

Crime Scene August Newsletter @JackieJamxx #CrimeFiction #LoveBooks

Author Jackie McLean has created a monthly newsletter for crime fiction fans. It is bumper packed with crime fiction events and news. I am over the moon to be August’s cover girl. The first and probably last time that will happen unless it is on the front of a newspaper saying MOST WANTED lol. Jackie

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Trust Me, I’m Dead by Sherryl Clark @Verve_Books @sherrylwriter #LoveBooks

Trust Me, I’m Dead by Sherryl Clark She hasn’t seen her brother in years. Now, he’s dead. When Judi Westerholme finds out her estranged brother has been murdered, she assumes it’s connected to his long term drug addiction. Returning home, she is shocked to discover he had been clean for years, had a wife –

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Sea of Bones by Deborah O’Donoghue @thedebodonoghue @Legend_Press #BookReview #LoveBooks

Sea of Bones by Deborah O’Donoghue Juliet is used to wielding power and influence in her line of work, but when her beloved niece dies, she finds herself powerless in the face of her grief and has doubts over the coroner’s report of suicide. She travels back to her family’s remote coastal home where Beth

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Truth or Die by Katerina Diamond @AvonBooksUK #BookReview

Truth or Die by Katerina Diamond The butchered body of a professor is found in a private office of Exeter University. It is the first in a spate of horrific murders that shakes the city to its core. Who would target a seemingly innocent man, and why? DS Imogen Grey and DS Adrian Miles turn

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Author talk with Christina Kaye @xtinakayebooks #LoveBooks #CrimeFiction

Today I talk to author Christina Kaye and we put her fictional characters under the microscope. Christina Kaye – #AuthorTalk Christina was raised in suburban Central Kentucky in a family full of right-brainers.  With a photographer/artist for a grandfather and an author/illustrator for a mother, she was bound to wind up on the creative side of the

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The House Across the Street by Lesley Pearse @LesleyPearse @MichaelJBooks @ed_pr #BookReview #LoveBooks

The House Across the Street by Lesley Pearse Is there a murderer across the street? It’s 1964 and twenty-three-year-old Katy Speed is fascinated by glamorous Gloria and the goings-on at her house over the road. Who are the mysterious women that keep coming and going in the strange black car? Then one night, Gloria’s house

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We Can See You by Simon Kernick @SimonKernick @arrowpublishing #wecanseeyou #LoveBooks

We Can See You by Simon Kernick WE HAVE YOUR DAUGHTER.WE KNOW YOUR SECRETS.WE CAN SEE YOU. The new high-octane thriller from Sunday Times bestselling author Simon Kernick________________________ You have it all. Success, a beautiful home, a happy family. Until, in a heartbeat, it’s gone. We’ve kidnapped your daughter, and we know everything about you. Including the dark

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Disturbance by Marianne Kavanagh @MarianneKav @HodderBooks

| Disturbance by Marianne Kavanagh | You don’t know what’s going on in Sara’s house… Or in her head. Sara is lonely. No one talks to her – not even her bad-tempered workaholic husband or her two beloved sons. Her solace is her house, the biggest in the village, hidden away behind high hedges. Then

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