James and the Bullies, Daisy Learns about Strangers, Holly’s First Day at School – by Sarah, Duchess of York #BlogTour

The Helping Hand stories, written by Sarah, Duchess of York, cover a range of experiences children may have to deal with as they grow up. Each story covers one topic and is designed to be read by both children and parents, perhaps together. For parents, there are also ten helpful hints, written by a leading […]

The Last Drop of Blood by Graham Masterson #BlogTourReview

About the book The final thriller in the million-copy-selling Katie Maguire series. In the driver’s seat of a Jaguar, on a country road, a good man burns. Justice Garrett Quinn should have been at a sentencing. He was one of the good ones, fighting for order in a lawless world. In a burned-out car, on […]

The Other Woman by Jane Isaac #BlogTourReview

About the book The grieving widow. The other woman. Which one is which? When Cameron Swift is shot and killed outside his family home, DC Beth Chamberlain is appointed Family Liaison Officer. Her role is to support the family – and investigate them. Monika, Cameron’s partner and mother of two sons, had to be prised […]

The Beach House by P R Black #BlogTourExtract

Today, I’ve got a very exciting extract to share with you! About the book  This vacation is about to turn deadly. Cora’s on the island vacation of her dreams: a private beach in paradise, a romantic proposal, and an eight-figure cheque following the sale of her new fiancé’s business. When their island turns out to […]

The Velvet Ribbon by Nadine Dorries #BlogTourReview

About the book From the Sunday Times No.1 bestselling author of the Tarabeg series comes a heartbreaking and gripping story of love, loss, family and revenge. Will Mary Kate get the happy ending she desires, or will the past come back to haunt her? Mary Kate Malone has come to Liverpool from Ireland to seek […]

A Woman Is No Man by Etaf Rum #BlogTourReview

About the book  Three generations of Palestinian-American women living in Brooklyn are torn between individual desire and the strict mores of Arab culture in this heart-wrenching story of love, intrigue and courage. Palestine, 1990. Seventeen-year-old Isra prefers reading books to entertaining the suitors her father has chosen for her. Over the course of a week, […]

You Can Change the World by Margaret Rooke #BlogTourReview

Thank you so much to Anne Cater for inviting me along on this blog tour.  I knew the second I read the email that I was going to love reading You Can Change the World. About the book  This inspirational book tells the stories of more than 50 of today’s teenagers who’ve dared to change […]

Death at Eden’s End by Jo Allen #BlogTourExtract

About the book A brand new DCI Jude Satterthwaite crime mystery from the bestselling Jo Allen. When one-hundred-year-old Violet Ross is found dead at Eden’s End, a luxury care home hidden in a secluded nook of the Lake District’s Eden Valley it’s tragic, of course, but not unexpected. Except for the instantly recognisable look in […]