The Peril at End House by Agatha Christie – A Book Review

Blurb: Nick Buckley was an unusual name for a pretty young woman. But then she had led an unusual life. First, on a treacherous Cornish hillside, the brakes on her car failed. Then, on a coastal path, a falling boulder missed her by inches. Later, an oil painting fell and almost crushed her in bed.…… Continue reading The Peril at End House by Agatha Christie – A Book Review

Forever and a Day by Anthony Horowitz – An Audio Book Review

Blurb: A British agent floats in the waters of the French Riviera, murdered by an unknown hand. Determined to uncover the truth, James Bond enters a world of fast cars, grand casinos and luxury yachts. But beneath the glamour, he soon encounters a dangerous network of organised crime. It’s time for Bond to earn his…… Continue reading Forever and a Day by Anthony Horowitz – An Audio Book Review

Conan: Blood of the Serpent by S. M. Stirling – A Book Review

Blurb: Mercenary, thief, soldier, usurper… CONAN OF CIMMERIA As sword for hire for a mercenary troop, Conan finds himself in Sukhmet, a filthy backwater town south of the River Styx considered “the arse-end of Stygia.” Serving in the company known as Zarallo’s Free Companions, he fights alongside soldiers of fortune from Zingara, Koth, Shem, and…… Continue reading Conan: Blood of the Serpent by S. M. Stirling – A Book Review

The Carrow Haunt by Darcy Coates – A Book Review

Blurb: Remy is a tour guide for Carrow House, a notoriously haunted building. When she’s asked to host seven guests for a week-long stay to research Carrow’s phenomena, she hopes to finally experience some of the sightings that made the house famous. At first, it’s everything they hoped for. Then a storm moves in, cutting…… Continue reading The Carrow Haunt by Darcy Coates – A Book Review

What Moves The Dead by T. Kingfisher – A Book Review

Blurb: When Alex Easton, a retired soldier, receives word that their childhood friend Madeline Usher is dying, they race to the ancestral home of the Ushers in the remote countryside of Ruritania. What they find there is a nightmare of fungal growths and possessed wildlife, surrounding a dark, pulsing lake. Madeline sleepwalks and speaks in…… Continue reading What Moves The Dead by T. Kingfisher – A Book Review

Ghostwritten by Ronald Malfi – A Book Review

Blurb: BOOKS CAN BE DEADLY From the bestselling author of Come with Me, four standalone horror novellas set in a shared universe! In The Skin of Her Teeth, a cursed novel drives people to their deaths. A delivery job turns deadly in The Dark Brothers’ Last Ride. In This Book Belongs to Olo, a lonely child has dangerous control…… Continue reading Ghostwritten by Ronald Malfi – A Book Review

Equal Rites by Terry Pratchett – A Book Review

Blurb: ‘They say that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, but it is not one half so bad as a lot of ignorance.’ Everybody knows there’s no such thing as a female wizard. So when the wizard Drum Billet accidentally passes on his staff of power to an eighth daughter of an eighth son, a girl…… Continue reading Equal Rites by Terry Pratchett – A Book Review

Stupid Me and My Non-Note Taking Ways – Mini Reviews Happening Instead

Having been super-busy with work and writing etc … I haven’t been blogging as much. So, I decided that the best way to capitalise on all the reading and listening I was still doing was to take notes and write reviews of everything for when I came back a bit more regularly. Guess who took…… Continue reading Stupid Me and My Non-Note Taking Ways – Mini Reviews Happening Instead

The Watchers by A. M. Shine – A Book Review

Blurb: You can’t see them. But they can see you. This forest isn’t charted on any map. Every car breaks down at its treeline. Mina’s is no different. Left stranded, she is forced into the dark woodland only to find a woman shouting, urging Mina to run to a concrete bunker. As the door slams…… Continue reading The Watchers by A. M. Shine – A Book Review

The Colour of Magic by Terry Pratchett – An Audio Book Review

Blurb: Somewhere between thought and reality exists the Discworld, a magical world not totally unlike our own. Except for the fact that it travels through space on the shoulders of four giant elephants who in turn stand on the shell of an astronomically huge star turtle, of course. Rincewind is the world’s worst wizard who…… Continue reading The Colour of Magic by Terry Pratchett – An Audio Book Review