Book Giveaway – ALL THE LITTLE PIECES by Jilliane Hoffman

Book Giveaway - All The Little Pieces by Jilliane Hoffman

All The Little Pieces – the new psychological thriller from Jilliane Hoffman, the bestselling author of Retribution and Pretty Little Things. She could have stopped an awful crime. She could have saved a life. She tried to forget about it. But now, the truth is out. Faith Saunders is the perfect wife, mother and sister – loved […]

Book Review – THE HORSES by William Lane

The Horses by William Lane

The Horses Synopsis : On the outskirts of Sydney, a boys’ boarding school prides itself on the horses it keeps. David, a gifted working class student, receives a scholarship to attend. At the same time Gregory, a new master, is appointed. Both soon learn, from their different perspectives, that what is said bears little relation to what […]

Book Review – THE INVISIBLE MAN FROM SALEM by Christoffer Carlsson

the-invisible-man-from-salem

The Invisible Man From Salem Synopsis : ‘A Leo Junker Case’ In the final days of summer, a young woman is shot dead in her apartment. Three floors above, the blue lights of the police cars awaken disgraced ex-officer Leo Junker. Though suspended from the force, he can’t stay away for long. Bluffing his way onto the […]

Book Review – IN THE MORNING I’LL BE GONE by Adrian McKinty

in-the-morning-i-ll-be-gone

In The Morning I’ll Be Gone Synopsis : (Detective Sean Duffy, Book 3) It’s the early 1980s in Belfast. Sean Duffy, a conflicted Catholic cop in the Protestant RUC (Royal Ulster Constabulary), is recruited by MI5 to hunt down Dermot McCann, an IRA master bomber who has made a daring escape from the notorious Maze prison. In […]

Book Review – THE LOST SWIMMER by Ann Turner

the-lost-swimmer-hires

The Lost Swimmer Synopsis : Rebecca Wilding, an archaeology professor, makes sense of the past for a living. But suddenly, truth and certainty are turning against her. Rebecca is accused of serious fraud, and worse, she suspects – she knows – that her husband, Stephen, is having an affair. Desperate to find answers, Rebecca leaves with Stephen […]

Book Review – THE PECULIAR STATE by Patricio Pron

The Peculiar State by Patricio Pron

The Peculiar State Synopsis : A Vintage Shorts Original Selection Hamburg: home of a lapsed writer and his statistician girlfriend. He is part of the 41 percent of the German population that hasn’t read a single book in the last three months; she decides to make up a game. The rules of the game are these: the […]

Book Review – THIS IS HOW IT REALLY SOUNDS by Stuart Archer Cohen

This Is How It Really Sounds by Stuart Archer Cohen

This Is How It Really Sounds Synopsis : In the lurid nightclubs of modern Shanghai, infamous expat financier Peter Harrington is suddenly confronted by his past. Investors he has ruined, looming federal investigations, and a remote but alluring woman all converge on one hallucinatory night that ends in the labyrinth of an ancient Chinese garden. On the […]

Interview and Book Giveaway – Peter d’Plesse, author of Fire Eye

Fire Eye by Peter d'Plesse

Today we welcome Peter d’Plesse, Aussie author of Fire Eye to Booklover Book Reviews. ADVENTURE TURNED NIGHTMARE. How did Alexander Dulaine’s search for a lost aircraft become a life and death struggle in the unforgiving Australian landscape? Alexander Dulaine is a woman on a mission. To honour her grandfather’s memory, she engages Jed, a capable bushman, […]

Book Review – ENDLESS LOVE by James MacManus

endless-love

Endless Love Synopsis : Soon after moving from London, Rose Loxton discovers strange things are occurring at her new lodge in the Cotswolds. A dark, terrible history hangs over this place; one of unfinished and unconventional love. Rose must investigate the mystery of an affair that broke all boundaries and ended in calamity… (Endeavour Press) BOOK REVIEW The […]

Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Series to continue

the-girl-in-the-spider-s-web (1)

I thought The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo was extraordinary, The Girl Who Played With Fire even better and The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest a compelling end to the series cut short by the death of its talented author.    But now Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist return in a continuation of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium series… On 27 […]

Book Review – THE VOID by Timothy S Johnston

The-Void-Final-Cover-for-Website

The Void Synopsis : 2403 AD It would be easier to kill him than to trust him. Transporting a serial killer might seem like a simple job for CCF Homicide Investigator Kyle Tanner. After spending years apprehending murderers, he’s ready to hang up his pistol. Babysitting a prisoner will bring him to Alpha Centauri, where he can […]

Book Review – THE RED HOUSE by Emily Winslow

The Red House by Emily Winslow

The Red House Synopsis : Maxwell is living his worst nightmare when he begins to question whether his fiancée Imogen is his own blood sister, separated by adoption. A visit to Imogen’s birthplace in Cambridge stirs up déjà vu that intensifies his fears. While Detective Chief Inspector Morris Keene languishes at home, struggling with a debilitating injury […]