Say Nothing by Brad Parks Book Review

I picked this book up from the recommended Audiobooks Crime/Thriller section and I must say I absolutely loved it! The voice actor (George Newbern) really gives Judge Sampson a personality and is perfect for the women voices too! The story is brilliantly done, with multiple possible suspects and a few cases which only show howContinue reading “Say Nothing by Brad Parks Book Review”

The Visitors – Catherine Burns Book Review

Like a white bird, the scream flew up from the depths of the cellar, then became trapped inside Marion’s head. As it flapped its wings against the inside of her skull, she wondered how had it got through three floors of the big strong house to her dusty little room in the attic? Marion ZetlandContinue reading “The Visitors – Catherine Burns Book Review”

The Silent Ones by Ali Knight Book Review

I picked this book up in the 3 for £5 offer at my local bookshop and I’ve finally had time to read it. Unfortunately, I know why it was in the discount isle… The writing, while not particularly bad, is used to describe what could have been an amazing story but instead pencils in 80%Continue reading “The Silent Ones by Ali Knight Book Review”

Little Girl Gone by Alexandra Burt Book Review

I had a busy weekend!  I devoured Leave Me Novel by Gayle Forman * Book Review and then I decided to pick the book next to it to see how it goes. The subjects were so similar that I had trouble writing my reviews as I kept on mixing them up. One deals with a motherContinue reading “Little Girl Gone by Alexandra Burt Book Review”

Bachman Books (Stephen King) * Blaze * Short Story

Although there is nothing I like better than to pick up a 1000 page novel by this extraordinary storyteller, sometimes less is better. This is one of those times. A simple plot, great characters, and a perfect ending. Blaze is a big hulking galoot who doesn’t have much going on in the brains department, complementsContinue reading “Bachman Books (Stephen King) * Blaze * Short Story”

Seize the Night * Dean Koontz

One by one, the children of Moonlight Bay are disappearing. No one knows if they are dead or alive. Christopher Snow, suffering from the rare disorder xeroderma pigmentosum, has glimpsed the dark and torrid secrets of the small-town community where he has spent his entire life. And only he has the key to the truthContinue reading “Seize the Night * Dean Koontz”