Book Review: The Futures – Anna Pitoniak ***

The Futures is described as a New York Love Story but for most of the book the main characters Julia and Evan seem to be almost the antithesis of love. Their relationship is a convenience, a habit. Julia and Evan get together at college where Evan is a Canadian ice hockey player on a sports…

Book Review: The Fire Child – S.K. Tremayne ***

This is a new psychological thriller from the author of The Ice Twins. Rachel is blissfully happy. Just married to a handsome older man and beginning to become accustomed to all the trappings of wealth that comes with marriage to a successful City lawyer. David spends the week living in London returning to the family…

Book Review: The Stepmother – Claire Seeber ****

There are many reasons for despising Southern Rail at the moment – cancelling my train means that it takes twice as long to get to work. This does mean that I get even more time to read though and I nearly missed my stop yesterday because I was so engrossed in this edge of your…

Book Review: The Girl In The Ice – Robert Bryndza *****

UK Publishing Date: 12 Feb 2016. 396 Pages. As soon as I finished The Girl in The Ice I immediately rushed off to google Robert Bryndza so that I could check out his other books. It turns out that this novel is his first crime thriller and that Mr Bryndza is more often found residing…

Book Review: Playing with Fire by Tess Gerritsen ***

UK Publication Date: 5 Nov 2015. 288 pages. I’ve never been a huge fan of Tess Gerritsen’s Rizzoli and Isles series so it was a great surprise when I found myself enjoying Playing with Fire, a standalone novel. It is a story of two violinists. One present day, living in America, and the other living…