Taste of Blood by Lynda La Plante – a review BLOG TOUR
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2w ago
So we are coming to the end of this fantastic blog tour that has given me the opportunity to read all of the Tennison books from the beginning of the series which has been an absolute treat. We are now ..read more
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The Night In Question by Susan Fletcher – a review BLOG TOUR
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by acrimereadersblog
1M ago
The Night In Question tells the story of Octogenarian Florrie who is residing in a luxury care home after losing a leg. She thinks that the remainder of her life is going to be pretty quiet. Then one summer’s evening ..read more
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Dark Rooms by Lynda La Plante – a review BLOG TOUR
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by acrimereadersblog
2M ago
My latest read was the next instalment of the Tennison series, Dark Rooms. In Dark Rooms Jane Tennison is leading a murder investigation after the body of a young girl is found chained to a wall in an old air ..read more
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The Benefit of Hindsight by Susan Hill – a review BLOG TOUR
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by acrimereadersblog
3M ago
Whilst of course I had heard of author Susan Hill I don’t think I had read any of her Simon Serrailler series so when i was invited onto the blog tour I was interested to give one a go. In ..read more
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Still See You Everywhere by Lisa Gardner – a review BLOG TOUR
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by acrimereadersblog
3M ago
I’m not the most prolific blogger or have the biggest following therefore I am always incredibly grateful to be offered the chance to read and review books, even more so when they are the latest from one of my favourite ..read more
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Unholy Murder by Lynda La Plante – a review BLOG TOUR
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by acrimereadersblog
3M ago
In the latest installment of the Tennison series Detective Jane Tennison is thrown into the deep end when a coffin is dug up by builders renovating an old convent. Although in a city as old as London a coffin itself ..read more
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The Final Hours of Muriel Hinchcliffe MBE by Claire Parkin – a review
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by acrimereadersblog
4M ago
When this suggestion popped up from netgalley I thought it sounded intriguing so was delighted to be accepted for a copy. Muriel lives with her friend Ruth. They have been best friends since they were small and have shared everything ..read more
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Blunt Force by Lynda La Plante – a review
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by acrimereadersblog
4M ago
It’s the latest instalment of #TeamTennison and I can’t believe we are already on book 6! Blunt Force by Lynda La Plante sees Jane Tennison having been kicked off the flying squad back into petty crime and worrying that her career ..read more
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The Spy Coast by Tess Gerritsen – a review
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by acrimereadersblog
4M ago
I must confess I’m not always a massive fan of spy novels, yet I love Tess Gerritsen so was keen to give this a go, and I was certainly not disappointed.  The Spy Coast introduces us to Maggie Bird, chicken ..read more
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Dirty Dozen by Jane Tennison – a review
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by acrimereadersblog
5M ago
We are up to book 5 in the #TeamTennison project and each book just keeps getting better and better. In the Dirty Dozen DS Jane Tennison becomes the first female to join The Flying Squad. Despite believing she has been ..read more
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