Genre: Psychological


Book Review: Dirty Little Secrets by Jo Spain

Book Review: Dirty Little Secrets by Jo Spain

February 7, 2019 Book review 6 ★★★★★

Want to know why I was so excited to read Dirty Little Secrets by Jo Spain?  Well it’s because I have come to depend on this author to deliver an exciting thriller, that will have flying through the pages, to discover well hidden secrets.  And once again she hit the… Read more »

Book Review: The House Swap by Rebecca Fleet

Book Review: The House Swap by Rebecca Fleet

January 28, 2019 Book review 4 ★★★

Doesn’t a house swap sound like a perfect premise for a thriller? Well that’s what I thought and my mind immediately started speculating what might happen in The House Swap by Rebecca Fleet. I love when a title draws me in like that. First Line of The House Swap by… Read more »

Blog Tour: Who I Am by Sarah Simpson

Blog Tour: Who I Am by Sarah Simpson

November 23, 2018 Blog Tour, Book review 3 ★★★★

I’m delighted to be on this blog tour to help launch Who I Am by Sarah Simpson, a gripping domestic noir that had me questioning everything I read.  I’m also giving away an e-book edition on Between My Lines Facebook page, so make sure and enter there if you like the… Read more »

Book Review : The Surrogate by Louise Jensen

Book Review : The Surrogate by Louise Jensen

November 3, 2017 Book review 5 ★★★★

The Surrogate by Louise Jensen hooked me in with an emotional but tense storyline.  A surrogate theme is always going to be complex, but when all the major parties are hiding secret pasts, well it’s going to be complicated.  And it was.     First Line of The Surrogate by Louise… Read more »

Book Review: Tattletale by Sarah J. Naughton

Book Review: Tattletale by Sarah J. Naughton

May 29, 2017 Book review 3 ★★★★

Two very, very different women star in Tattletale by Sarah J. Naughton. Both have suffered through miserable childhoods. One fell in love with her neighbour, the other fell in love with her career. And now they meet, after a shocking moment of violence that ricochets through both their lives, and… Read more »

Book Review: Home by Harlan Coben

Book Review: Home by Harlan Coben

December 7, 2016 Book review 5 ★★★★

Home is where the heart is.  And The Mryon Bolitar series has my heart, and has had it for years.  So I couldn’t wait to read Home by Harlan Coben to see what craziness the gang were battling nowadays. My Thoughts on Home by Harlan Coben I won’t lie, this… Read more »

Book Review: The Trespasser by Tana French

Book Review: The Trespasser by Tana French

October 20, 2016 Book review 13 ★★★★★

In a gritlit genre full of police procedural novels, Tana French’s books shine bright like diamonds.  They are not cheap imitations like so many others out there instead her talented writing showcases her novels as the real deal.  If you want clever, insightful crime fiction, then Tana is your author. First Line of The… Read more »

Book Review: Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight

Book Review: Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight

August 5, 2016 Book review 12 ★★★★

Imagine the unthinkable. Imagine being a mother, pouring over your daughter’s social media after her death. Then imagine trying to reconstruct her life and trying to figure out if it was suicide or homicide. That’s the premise of Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight.     Thoughts on Reconstructing Amelia by… Read more »