Thursday Book Review: “Race to the Kill”

Today’s featured book is a gripping thriller from Allison & Busby: Race to the Kill by Helen Cadbury. This is the third in a series that follows PC Sean Denton, and reviewers have been loving it so far! Keep reading to see what reviewers have said about this book.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Race to the Kill””

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Thursday Book Review: “Purged”

Purged, the first book in Peter Laws’s Matt Hunter series, has received some amazing reviews! This Allison & Busby title is a chilling, captivating murder mystery – not for the faint of heart. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Purged””

Thursday Book Review: “Falling Creatures”

This week’s featured book is a fantastic new release from Allison & Busby – Falling Creatures by Katherine Stansfield! This title has received rave reviews, and I’m excited to share a few with you. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this supernatural mystery.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Falling Creatures””

Thursday Book Review: “Frost Fair”

This week’s featured book is a mystery set during Christmastime in 1669 London. In Frost Fair, the fourth title in Edward Marston’s Christopher Redmayne series from Allison & Busby, Redmayne’s brother is accused of murder when a corpse is found in the ice at the Frost Fair on the Thames. Find out what readers think of this gripping winter mystery!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Frost Fair””

Thursday Book Review: “A Cotswold Killing”

There’s nothing like curling up with a mystery book on a chilly winter night! A Cotswold Killing, from Allison & Busby Books, is the first title in Rebecca Tope’s Cotswold Mysteries series.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “A Cotswold Killing””

Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly

Books Monthly has featured quite a few of our wonderful distributed titles in their November issue! From thrilling mysteries, to wildlife photobooks, to railway travel histories, to general histories, and more, there’s a book for any interest in this list. Keep reading to see which titles were featured.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly”

#FridayReads: Sweater Weather

Happy first Friday in November! While it’s still not quite feeling like Sweater Weather here, all of the changing leaves are inspiring us to read autumn-themed books this weekend. Check out these #FridayReads selections for fabulous Fall books.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Sweater Weather”

#FridayReads: Friday the 13th

Looking for something to read this Friday the 13th? Look no further than these #FridayReads! Below you’ll find a selection of autumnal mysteries – perfect for a spooky October weekend!  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Friday the 13th”

Thursday Book Review: “Double Echo”

If you’re a mystery/thriller fan, you need to check out Double Echo by François Bloemhof. This Penguin Random House South Africa title was originally published in Afrikaans and is now available in English for the first time! Check out what reviewers think of this book.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Double Echo””

#FridayReads: The Railway Detective

Happy weekend! If you like murder mysteries, these #FridayReads are for you. Jump back in time with The Railway Detective series, a collection of historical mysteries that follow Inspector Colbeck as he unravels murder, mayhem, and more along the Victorian railroad tracks. In this selection, you’ll find the four newest Railway Detective titles.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: The Railway Detective”