Conviction – Jack Jordan

I am a massive fan of legal thrillers (having grown up with John Grisham) so when I received this stunning proof copy of Conviction from Simon & Schuster (thank you SO much!), I was instantly intrigued. The tale of a highly successful barrister defending a defendant accused of murdering his whole family so media spotlightContinue reading “Conviction – Jack Jordan”

Bite Risk – S.J. Wills

Tremorglade may seem like an ordinary town but every month during the full moon, all the adults turn into werewolves and it’s the young people who have protect everyone from danger. When a werewolf gets out one month, Sel Archie and his friends need to uncover who – or what – is watching their everyContinue reading “Bite Risk – S.J. Wills”

Dread Wood: Flock Horror – Jennifer Killick

After their last encounter with the Latchitts, Angelo knows this isn’t the end. He and Club Loser have faced an underground threat and a threat from inside themselves but now the terror comes from above… giant vampire boards that feast on blood! Have Club Loser met their match? Jennifer Killick is back for a thirdContinue reading “Dread Wood: Flock Horror – Jennifer Killick”

Nic Blake and the Remarkables: The Manifestor Prophecy – Angie Thomas

I’m about to turn around to look, but another gust of wind whooshes past me, and I’m back in Ms Lena’s office. She lets go of my hands and shouts, “How you do that?” I hold my throbbing head and blink stars out my eyes. It’s moments before everything gets in focus, and once itContinue reading “Nic Blake and the Remarkables: The Manifestor Prophecy – Angie Thomas”

Fireborn: Phoenix and the Frost Palace – Aisling Fowler

Some spoilers lie ahead from Fireborn: Twelve and the Frozen Forest so be aware if you haven’t read it yet! The momentary lapse in attention was all the creature needed. Its tail whipped forward again, lightning-fast, and would have impaled Five if Phoenix hadn’t leaped in front of him, her ace relieving the tail ofContinue reading “Fireborn: Phoenix and the Frost Palace – Aisling Fowler”

The Cousins – Karen M.McManus

If Abraham Story hadn’t set up educational trusts for Mom and her brothers, they might not have graduated college. Once they did, though, they were on their own. At first, they regularly tried to reestablish contact with Mildred. They hounded Donald Camden, whose only response was the occasional email, reiterating her decision.They sent invitations toContinue reading “The Cousins – Karen M.McManus”

S.T.E.A.L.T.H. Ice Breaker – Jason Rohan

Three things happened at once: the lights went out, plunging the carriage into complete blackness, an ear-splitting alarm sounded, drowning out all other noise; and the train’s pneumatic brakes locked hard, killing its speed. SKREEEEEEEEE! Unfortunately, the train slowed down but its passengers didn’t. Arun, Donna and Sam are back for their second S.T.E.A.L.T.H. adventureContinue reading “S.T.E.A.L.T.H. Ice Breaker – Jason Rohan”

Timberdark – Darren Charlton

Peter didn’t much like the idea of leaving her behind. The fifteen or so notches scored into the side of Snowball’s saddle were evidence enough of just how successful their mission to offer sanctuary to as many Returnees in the region had been. But Cooper gave a reluctant nod and besides, the girl was clearlyContinue reading “Timberdark – Darren Charlton”

The Arctic Railway Assassin – M.G. Leonard & Sam Sedgman

Hal and Uncle Nat are back for their final adventure, heading to the Arctic Circle to see the Northern Lights before Christmas. When their train leaves Stockholm, the pair realise they’re being followed and Uncle Nat gets a murderous blast from the past. Through the never-ending night of the Arctic winter, the infamous detectives mustContinue reading “The Arctic Railway Assassin – M.G. Leonard & Sam Sedgman”

Rosie Raja: Churchill’s Spy – Sufiya Ahmed

“Now, Rosie.” Papa’s smile falters. “You won’t be alone. All the staff will be here too.” I say the words I know he will refuse. “Send mr back to India. Send my back to live with Rani-K. She will look after me.” My voice softens at the mention of Mama’s older sister, Samia. Rani meansContinue reading “Rosie Raja: Churchill’s Spy – Sufiya Ahmed”