Tag: crime

Gender-swapped covers

They say ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’, but everybody does. In fact, that’s what book covers are for: to give you an idea about what’s inside so you can decide whether you want to read it. I… Read More

39. ‘Arcadia’ by Iain Pears

Have you ever read a book that came so highly recommended it couldn’t possibly live up to the idea you had of it in your head? Yeh, that was Arcadia for me. Arcadia is set across multiple times and… Read More

Q&A with Liz Nugent (BLOG TOUR)

You may remember that a couple of years ago I read (and loved!) Unravelling Oliver, Liz Nugent’s debut novel, published by Penguin. Well, Liz is back with her second book, Lying in Wait, and it’s a dark, thrilling adventure with… Read More

25. ‘Nobody True’ by James Herbert

When I was a teenager, I remember seeing Nobody True on sale in WHSmith. It was there for ages and every time I went in I would pick it up, read the blurb and nearly buy it. But for some reason… Read More

2. ‘The Man Who Loved Books Too Much’ by Allison Hoover Bartlett

The Book: The man who loved books too much – well, I can certainly sympathise with him. Of course, I have never become a professional fraudster and swindled book dealers out of thousands of dollars, just so I… Read More