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Isa’s Daughter @Katrine66 #MiniQA

Although part of a series, each book is stand alone. The Great War is over, and the inhabitants of Raumsey Island struggle to regain their livelihood. Seventeen-year-old Annie Reid is a spirited, ambitious girl, determined not to end up a herring gutter or go into service. Annie befriends a young schoolteacher, Alexander Garcia, who promises

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Flesh Of The Peach @HelenMcClory #Event @FreightBooks @BlackwellEdin

I attended the book event for ‘Flesh of The Peach’ by Helen McCory, at the famous Blackwell’s Bookstore in Edinburgh. A splendid turnout with lots of excited chatter and buzz about the book. Helen McClory arrived in a spectacular outfit, a light gold jumpsuit and black cape! There was a lovely interview hosted by Jenny Brown.

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The Summer House @carofraser @HoZ_Books #QA

In the gloriously hot summer of 1936, a group of people meet at a country house party. Within three years, England will be at war, but for now, time stands still. Dan Ranscombe is clever and good-looking, but he resents the wealth and easy savoir-faire of a fellow guest, Paul Latimer. Surely a shrewd girl

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The Key Of All Unknown @KathrynHitchins #Q&A #Giveaway

Brilliant scientific researcher Tilda Moss wakes up in the hospital unable to speak or move and with no recollection of what happened to her. Determined to find answers and prove she is not in a persistent vegetative state, she travels back through her fractured memories looking for clues. Could someone really have tried to kill

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The Errant Hours ~@kateinnes2 #Q&A #Giveaway

A headlong journey through the physical and spiritual dangers of Plantagenet Britain, in all its savage pageantry. Welsh Marches, July 1284 – the uprising in Wales is over, the leader gruesomely executed, the dead are buried. But for Illesa Arrowsmith, the war’s aftermath is just as brutal. When her brother is thrown into the Forester’s

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Night Is Watching @lucycameron22 ~ #BT Guest Review By J A Warnock

Can You Feel Your Blood Drain… Couples are being slaughtered in their homes; women drained of blood, men violently beaten.  There are no clues to track the killer, no explanation as to why an increasing amount of blood is being removed from the crime scenes. Detective Sergeant Rhys Morgan is seconded to the ‘Couples Killer’

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The Thief’s Daughter ~ @VickieCornwall #AuthorSpot ~ @ChocLituk #RT

Hide from the thief-taker, for if he finds you, he will take you away … Eighteenth-century Cornwall is crippled by debt and poverty, while the gibbet casts a shadow of fear over the land. Yet, when night falls, free traders swarm onto the beaches and smuggling prospers. Terrified by a thief-taker’s warning as a child,

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Burke’s Last Witness ~ @verdandiweaves ~ Guest #Review by J A Warnock

Burke’s Last Witness is a poignant haunting psychological drama which delves into the mind of notorious serial killer William Burke as he awaits his execution. Using accounts from his 2-day trial in 1828, this telling of the story will challenge the common perception about who the main protagonist was in the deadly partnership between William

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