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  • British,  Crime fiction

    In Bitter Chill by Sarah Ward

    I met Sarah Ward years ago at her wonderful crime fiction blog Crimepieces, and we have become good friends ever since. Last May I had the pleasure of meeting her in the flesh at CrimeFest, and this fall I was lucky enough to be sent a review copy of her debut novel In Bitter Chill. Best part? It was signed! In Bitter Chill tells the story of Rachel and Sophie two children from Derbyshire who get kidnapped one morning on their way to school in 1978. Flash forward to the present, and we find Rachel was actually released, while Sophie has never been found. Their cold case is open again…

  • Crime fiction,  Random

    Caught my Eye

    Since I started following some of your blogs I came across some very interesting titles. So, thank you! I think my reading has improved quite a lot since I started blogging, and so has done my TBR pile! So, this is one of those discoveries I made checking your blogs. These books were not only mentioned by a single blogger, they appear everywhere I look of lately and you all have posted positive reviews. Actually, they’ve been on my radar for quite a while now although somehow I have never bought any of them. And I should: I love crime fiction. I’ve loved it since I discovered The Hound of…