Baby Loss Awareness Week #BLAW2019

Today marks the start of Baby Loss Awareness week. A time when most people will flip past the stories being shared by parents who have lost a baby because its too painful or upsetting. But it is so important to those who have lost a baby to be able to talk about it and tell…

Daddy’s Girls by Sarah Flint

Daddy's Girls by Sarah Flint He wasn't always a killer. At first, he just wanted to talk.  D.C. Charlie Stafford has an odd case on her hands. And it may be her toughest one yet. A burglar who isn't interested in valuables, the subject of Operation Greystream is a strange but smooth operator. In the…

The Truth by Naomi Joy

Perfect wife. Perfect life. Perfect crime. Anthony is not the man everyone believes him to be. And Emelia is not the woman he wants her to be. Theirs was a whirlwind romance, Anthony was the doting boyfriend, the charismatic and successful career man who swept her off her feet. But now Emelia is trapped in…

McIlvanney Prize 2019 – Scottish Crime Book of the Year Blog Tour @BloodyScotland #Lovebooks #Breakers @doug_johnstone @OrendaBooks

McIlvanney Prize 2019 ‘I went to Bloody Scotland and I was just knocked out….this event was so friendly, so supportive I was honestly overwhelmed’William McIlvanney – speaking on BBC Scotland, 2012 Three years ago the Scottish Crime Book of the Year Award was renamed the McIlvanney Prize in memory of William McIlvanney who is often…

The Devil Upstairs by Anthony O’Neill

In a quiet corner of Edinburgh, Cat Thomas is going through hell.She's tried everything. He respects nothing. If your neighbour was making your life hell ...Would you call upon the devil? Cat Thomas, a brilliant fraud investigator, has just relocated from Florida to a dreamy flat in historic Edinburgh. Everything seems perfect. Everything seems serene.…

A Fatal Secret by Faith Martin

A Fatal Secret by Faith Martin A family day out at Briar’s Hall ends in tragedy when a young boy goes missing – and his body is found at the bottom of a disused well in the orchard. It looks like a simple case of an eleven-year-old exploring where he shouldn’t: a tragic accident. But…