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Friday Reads – Lie to Me by C.J. Cooper

My Friday Read this week is the thriller, Lie to Me by C. J. Cooper. Let’s take a look at the cover and blurb then grab yourselves a cuppa, get comfy and we’ll get chatting to C.J. Blurb Natalie recognises the man in the supermarket queue.He was accused of a horrific crime. She sat on the jury that let him walk free.The trouble is, she thinks he…

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Friday Reads- The Blue Hour by M.J Greenwood

For today’s Friday Read I’m featuring the debut women’s fiction novel, The Blue Hour, by M J Greenwood. It sounds a fascinating read. Blurb The Blue Hour – two love affairs and two summers, 75 years apart Damaged by a toxic relationship, Ava Westmorland flees the ruins of her life in London for a carer’s job in a Cornish village. She hopes a combination of countryside and…

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Meet Indie Author of the Month – Lizzie Chantree

Welcome! Every month I feature an Indie author and ask them to tell us a little bit about their books and their writing process. My featured author this month is business mentor, networker and romcom author Lizzie Chantree. So grab yourself a cuppa, get comfy and we’ll get chatting to Lizzie. Welcome to my blog, Lizzie. Can you tell us what made you decide to become an…

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Friday Reads – Cause of Death by Anna Legat

My featured read this week is the mystery thriller Cause of Death by Anna Legat. This is the third book in The Shires Mysteries series. Cause of Death was published by Headline Accent on 14th April. Anna has dropped by to tell us all about the book, and her writing life. So grab a cuppa, get comfy and let’s get chatting. 😊 Blurb All is not well…

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Friday Reads – The Girls by Bella Osborne

It’s time for a Friday Reads post again and this week my featured book is the humorous, feel-good novel, The Girls, by Bella Osborne. I love the sound of this book! Let’s take a look at the cover and blurb then get chatting to Bella. 😊 Blurb Four old friends. Thrown back together after forty years apart. What could possibly go wrong?  In the 1970s, The Girls…

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Friday Reads – The House at Helygen by Victoria Hawthorne

I’m delighted to welcome author Victoria Hawthorne to my Friday Reads blog today. Victoria’s debut suspense novel, The House at Helygen was out on April 14th. She also writes bestselling pyschological thrillers under her own name of Vikki Patis. Blurb An atmospheric historical suspense novel rich with familial secrets. The House at Helygen is a twisted tale of dark pasts, murderous presents and uncertain futures.2019 When Henry Fox is…

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Friday Reads – Clive’s Christmas Crusades by Susan Willis

My featured Friday Read this week is a cosy crime novel with a Christmas romance, Clive’s Crusades by author Susan Willis. Let’s find out a bit more about the book then talk to Susan. 😊 Blurb Twenty-nine-year-old, Clive and his partner, Barbara have lived together for a year now. Clive works as a tour leader on trips around his beloved York City. When he finishes one of…

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Meet Indie Author of the Month – KT Galloway

Welcome! Every month I feature an Indie Author and ask them to tell us a little about their books and their writing process. My featured author this month is crime thriller writer KT Galloway who writes the O’Malley & Swift crime thriller series. So grab yourself a cuppa, get comfy and let’s get chatting to KT. Welcome to my blog, KT. Your series looks fantastic. Have you…

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Friday Reads – Her Last Betrayal by Pam Lecky

It’s time for a Friday Reads post again and this week historical fiction author Pam Lecky has dropped by to tell us about her latest book, Her Last Betrayal, which will be out on April 14th. Spying on the enemy is a dangerous game… London, 1941 After losing her family to a Nazi bomb attack back home in Ireland, Sarah Gillespie joins the British Secret Services to bring them…

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Friday Reads – Death In The Sunshine by Steph Broadribb

Welcome to another Friday Reads blog. My featured book today is Death In The Sunshine by bestselling crime author Steph Broadribb. Let’s take a look at the cover and find out a bit more about the book before we talk to Steph. Blurb After a long career as a police officer, Moira hopes a move to a luxury retirement community will mean she can finally leave the…

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