Blog Tour: The Chestnut Man, by Soren Sveistrup

Who knew that chestnuts could be so creepy? I didn't know that Soren Sveistrup was the man behind The Killing TV show, but now I do, I'm both completely unsurprised, and even more in love with this book than I was before. It's gory, it's chills-down-your-spine cold, and it's got more twists and turns than …

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Review: A Necessary Murder, by M. J Tjia

I first came into contact with M. J Tjia's work almost exactly a year ago, with the great book She Be Damned, and here, we're diving right back into the thick of things, into the lives of Heloise Chancey, Victorian courtesan and part-time mystery solver, and her mother, Amah, or Li Lee. This book continues …

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Review: Now You See, by Max Manning

This was a twisting, turning rollercoaster of a novel, with thrills to spare. Taking us into the mind of the killer- and into the minds of two similarly conflicted, but very different protagonists, Max Manning has created a great murder mystery. The main story riffs on the common unease that many people have with the …

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