Tag: Book Feature

A Quarter Past Dead by TP Fielden @TPFielden1 @HQstories @LilyCapewell

Today on Love Books Group we have an exclusive excerpt from TP Fielden’s A Quarter Past Dead. Out now in the usual formats. Back of the book Murder can strike at any hour… It’s the late 1950s in tranquil Temple Regis, Devon. For holidaymakers it’s a glorious time of breathtaking scenery, picnics on beaches, and

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The Lives Before Us by Juliet Conlin @JulietConlin @bwpublishing #Bookfeature #WednesdayBookBlog #Books #BookBlogger

It is our stop on The Lives Before Us book blog tour. Written by Juliet Conlin who also wrote The Uncommon Life Of Alfred Warner In Six Days which I absolutely loved. You can read that review here. Today I have a book feature with an interview with Juliet and coming soon my full review

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Death at the Plague Museum by Lesley Kelly @lkauthor @sandstonepress @cerisanne #bookfeature

Delighted to be on Lesley Kelly’s book blog tour for Death at the Plague Museum. I was hoping to have the What Book feature and a review for you today but I am reading the book at the moment I just have a wee bit to go and I wanted to savour it and not

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The Stars Now Unclaimed by Drew Williams @DrewWilliamsIRL @simonschusterUK @harriett_col #thestarsnowunclaimed #bookblogger #bookfeature #scifi #scottishblogger

Today I am on the blog tour for The Stars Now Unclaimed by Drew Williams. I have an exclusive excerpt for you to enjoy. Back of the Book In an effort to save the universe, she just might destroy it. THE STARS NOW UNCLAIMED is the incredible debut by a brilliant new voice in science

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His Perfect Wife by Natasha Bell @byTashB @PenguinRHUK @sriya__v #AuthorFeature

Today I have an author feature from His Perfect Wife. Out now in paperback, Kindle and audio book. His Perfect Wife by Natasha Bell Back of the Book She was his perfect wife, until she went missing . . . Alexandra Southwood has vanished. Her husband, Marc, is beside himself. It isn’t long before the

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#BookFeature Dead North by Joel Hames @joel_hames @Annecater #BlogTour #DeadNorth #Crime #Legal #Fiction

Dead North by Joel Hames is today’s Book Feature. This legal thriller is sure to take you on a roller coaster adventure. Out now on Kindle and in paperback. We have an interview with Joel for you to enjoy today. |Synopsis| Two dead cops and a suspect who won’t talk. “intelligent, intricately woven” – S.E. Lynes “It’s going

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Stand By Me By S.D Robertson @AvonBooksUK #Review

Stand By Me by S.D Robertson is the topic of discussion today. I have my review below.  I received a paperback copy for review from Avon Books. Paperback: 432 pages Publisher: Avon (11 Jan. 2018) Language: English ISBN-10: 0008223459 ISBN-13: 978-0008223458 Synopsis They’ll always have each other…won’t they? Lisa and Elliot have been best friends ever since the day they met

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The Girl from the Sugar Plantation By Sharon Mass @sharon_maas @bookouture #SneakPeek

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Book Synopsis  An unputdownable story of a woman in search of the truth, the man she falls in love with, and the devastation of the Second World War. 1934, Guyana. All her life, Mary Grace has wanted to know the truth about who her parents really are. As the mixed-race daughter of two white plantation owners, her childhood

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Veteran Avenue By Mark Pepper @WritermanMark @urbanepub #BookFeature

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Book Synopsis 1978. On vacation from England, eight-year-old John Frears is befriended by a stranger in the Oregon wilderness and stolen away from his parents. After a bizarre hour spent in a log cabin, he is sent back with a picture of a young girl. 2013. Since leaving the military, John Frears has been drifting,

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The Yellow Room By Shelan Rodger @ShelanRodger @DomePress #BookFeature #Interview

Haunted by a tragic childhood accident, Chala’s whole life has been moulded by guilt and secrets. After the death of the stepfather, she adored, Chala is thrown into turmoil once again. Volunteering in Kenya seems to offer an escape, and a way of re-evaluating her adult relationships, although violence and hardship simmer alongside its richness

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