#BlogTour #BookReview for The Killing Of The Cherrywood MP by Louise Burfitt-Dons @BOTBSPublicity @LouiseBurfDons #TheKillingOfTheCherrywoodMP

The Killing of the Cherrywood MP is the brilliant second book in the lauded Karen Andersen political thriller series by Louise Burfitt-Dons. In this fast-paced and gripping novel P I Andersen is once again immersed in the world of radical extremism in Britain and about to learn it's as complicated as it's deadly. "‘Taut, hardboiled, … Continue reading #BlogTour #BookReview for The Killing Of The Cherrywood MP by Louise Burfitt-Dons @BOTBSPublicity @LouiseBurfDons #TheKillingOfTheCherrywoodMP

#CoverReveal for The Little Shop on Floral Street by Jane Lacey Crane @aria_fiction @JaneLaceyCrane #TheLittleShoponFloralStreet

In the wake of tragedy, two sisters have to piece their family back together again... Grace never thought she'd have to return home to Floral Street. Having spent most of her life building a successful career in London, she's done everything she possibly can to avoid the flower stall that's been in her family for … Continue reading #CoverReveal for The Little Shop on Floral Street by Jane Lacey Crane @aria_fiction @JaneLaceyCrane #TheLittleShoponFloralStreet

#BlogTour #GuestPost for The Lion’s Den by Katherine St. John @headlinepg @thekatstjohn #TheLionsDen

Six friends on a luxury yacht. Only five are coming back... A dream vacation turns deadly in this pulse-pounding, twisting revenge thriller set on the Riviera about dark female friendships. Do you dare step on board The Lion's Den? Belle likes to think herself immune to the dizzying effects of fabulous wealth. But when her best … Continue reading #BlogTour #GuestPost for The Lion’s Den by Katherine St. John @headlinepg @thekatstjohn #TheLionsDen

#PublicationDay #BookPromo for The Day Henry Died by Lynda Renham #TheDayHenryDied @Lyndarenham

Suppose you wake up one morning to find yourself dead. You can see yourself clearly in the mirror, and feel the same as you did the day before. But today is the day of your funeral. What do you do? This was Henry’s dilemma. Henry decides he can’t possibly be dead, so he sets out … Continue reading #PublicationDay #BookPromo for The Day Henry Died by Lynda Renham #TheDayHenryDied @Lyndarenham

#BlogTour #BookReview for Fair Means Or Foul by Keith Wright @BOTBSPublicity #FairMeansorFoul @keithwwright

The man sitting at the wheel of the car was 100 yards from his moment of destiny. He was oblivious to it, of course. Murderers don’t necessarily realise they are killers until a few seconds before it happens. Murderers are sometimes just like you and me. He would never have dreamed that such a thing … Continue reading #BlogTour #BookReview for Fair Means Or Foul by Keith Wright @BOTBSPublicity #FairMeansorFoul @keithwwright

#BlogTour #AuthorInterview for If Only They Could Talk by Ian Walker @fayerogerspr @authoright #IfOnlyTheyCouldTalk

Miles Goodyear’s whole life has been planned out for him. Born into a wealthy brewing family in Chesterfield between the wars, he knows he will go to the local grammar school, followed by St John’s College, Oxford. After graduating, he will then follow his older brother into the family business where he will remain until … Continue reading #BlogTour #AuthorInterview for If Only They Could Talk by Ian Walker @fayerogerspr @authoright #IfOnlyTheyCouldTalk

#PublicationDay #BookReview for The Isle of Man: Stone Age to Swinging Sixties by Matthew Richardson @penswordbooks #IsleofMan #VisitorsHistoricBritain

The reader will perhaps be surprised to learn that the tiny Isle of Man, midway between the coasts of Lancashire and Northern Ireland, is one of the richest historic landscapes in Europe. Packed into its 225 square miles are dramatic stories of Bronze Age conflict, Viking warriors, Medieval kings, smugglers, maritime and railway history, wartime … Continue reading #PublicationDay #BookReview for The Isle of Man: Stone Age to Swinging Sixties by Matthew Richardson @penswordbooks #IsleofMan #VisitorsHistoricBritain