Month: September 2021

The Perfect House by RP Bolton

They’ve finally found their forever home. So why is it tearing them apart? A fresh startEllie knows she has found her dream home – number six Moss Lane. The place she and Tom can settle down, raise their new baby and start again. A dark secretBut why do their new neighbours think they’re so brave for moving in? Why are Ellie’s keys never where … Read More The Perfect House by RP Bolton

Black Reed Bay by Rod Reynolds

When a young woman makes a distressing middle-of-the-night call to 911, apparently running for her life in a quiet, exclusive beachside neighbourhood, miles from her home, everything suggests a domestic incident. Except no one has seen her since, and something doesn’t sit right with the officers at Hampstead County PD. With multiple suspects and witnesses throwing up startling inconsistencies, and interference from the top … Read More Black Reed Bay by Rod Reynolds

The Chateau by Catherine Cooper

They thought it was perfect. They were wrong… A glamorous chateauAura and Nick don’t talk about what happened in England. They’ve bought a chateau in France to make a fresh start, and their kids need them to stay together – whatever it costs. #TheChateau @catherinecooper @fictionpub @HarperFiction @annecater @RandomTTours #RandomThingsTours A couple on the brinkThe expat community is welcoming, but when a neighbour is murdered at … Read More The Chateau by Catherine Cooper

Ilsa by Cat on a Piano Productions / Theatrephonic

Ilsa – I should like to know more about you. This is a play where you the audience can decide what’s happening. It’s very interesting and in many ways quite sad. I have listened to the views of the actors but here is my take. Please note this is just my humble interpretation. For me this is set at the very end of the … Read More Ilsa by Cat on a Piano Productions / Theatrephonic

I Have Something To Tell You by Susan Lewis

High-flying lawyer Jessica Wells has it all. A successful career, loving husband Tom and a family she adores. But one case – and one client – will put all that at risk. Edward Blake. An ordinary life turned upside down – or a man who quietly watched television while his wife was murdered upstairs? With more questions than answers and a case too knotted … Read More I Have Something To Tell You by Susan Lewis

The Whistling by Rebecca Netley

Alone in the world, Elspeth Swansome has taken the position of nanny to a family on the remote Scottish island of Skelthsea.Her charge, Mary, is a troubled child. Distracted and secretive, she hasn’t uttered a word since the sudden death of her twin, William – just days after their former nanny disappeared. With Mary defiantly silent, Elspeth turns to the islanders. But no one … Read More The Whistling by Rebecca Netley

Be Guid Tae Yer Mammy by Emma Grae

Kate and her Granny Jean have nothing in common. Jean’s great claim to fame is raising her weans without two pennies to rub together, and Kate’s an aspiring scriptwriter whose anxiety has her stuck in bad thought after bad thought. #BeGuidTaeYerMammy @emmagraeauthor@annecater @RandomTTours #RandomThingsTours But what Jean’s Glaswegian family don’t know is that she dreamed of being a film star and came a hairsbreadth away from making … Read More Be Guid Tae Yer Mammy by Emma Grae

NOTLondon Anthony Dawton

When photographer Anthony Dawton realised how dramatically homelessness had increased in London, he took to the streets with his camera. For years he had taken photographs in areas of need worldwide, but after spending some time in his home city, he noticed how many people were living on its streets. He embarked on a new project to raise awareness for a city he no … Read More NOTLondon Anthony Dawton

A Slow Fire Burning by Paula Hawkins

‘What is wrong with you?’ Laura has spent most of her life being judged. She’s seen as hot-tempered, troubled, a loner. Some even call her dangerous. Miriam knows that just because Laura is witnessed leaving the scene of a horrific murder with blood on her clothes, that doesn’t mean she’s a killer. Bitter experience has taught her how easy it is to get caught in the … Read More A Slow Fire Burning by Paula Hawkins

Real Beauty by Cat on a Piano Productions / Theatrephonic

Black Beauty is a kid’s book isn’t it?Student Anna is writing about the mythology of the horse and the absence of the author in literary history. Because no-one cares about female Victorian writers like Anna Sewell.But there’s a real horse in the house. And it’s hungry and distressed. Real Beauty is about as surreal as it gets! Written by Tilly LunkenDirected by Emmeline Braefield StarringGareth Turkington as … Read More Real Beauty by Cat on a Piano Productions / Theatrephonic

Angels of Mud by Vanessa Nicolson

In Angels of Mud we jump through time, between the interwoven stories of mother and daughter. The reader is immediately transported to Clerkenwell soon after the end of World War II, where they learn Mary’s story; about her marriage and the upbringing of her daughter Cara. Through this narrative, Nicolson paints a vivid picture of women’s lives in one of London’s Italian communities. #AngelsofMud … Read More Angels of Mud by Vanessa Nicolson

Freckles by Cecelia Ahern

You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with… When a stranger utters these words to Allegra Bird, nicknamed Freckles, it turns her highly ordered life upside down. In her current life as a parking warden, she has left her eccentric father and unconventional childhood behind for a bold new life in the city. #Freckles @Cecelia_Ahern @fictionpubteam @annecater @RandomTTours #RandomThingsTours But … Read More Freckles by Cecelia Ahern