#Review: The Serpent’s Mark by S.W. Perry. @swperry_history @CorvusBooks

Today I've reviewed the second book in this series. The first book, The Angel's Mark I reviewed last year, here, and loved it so much I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book. Blurb:  London, 1591. Nicholas Shelby, physician and reluctant spy, returns to his old haunts on London's lawless Bankside. But, when the …

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#Q&A with S.G. MacLean, author of The Damian Seeker series.

I'm catching up on books I've had on my shelves for a while or reviews that I've not yet written and one of the other things I've been really lax in posting is this Q&A session I did with S.G. MacLean, who writes the fabulous Damian Seeker novels. If her name looks familiar it's because …

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#BlogTour #Review : The Golden Hour by Malia Zaidi @damppebbles @MaliaZaidi

Today I'm on the blog tour for The Golden Hour, a 1920s murder mystery. Many thank to the author and Emma at damppebbles blog tours for sending me a copy of the book to review. Blurb: London 1927 Lady Evelyn Carlisle has barely arrived in London when familial duty calls her away again. Her cousin …

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#Review : Beloved Poison by E.S. Thomson. @es_thomson

Today I'm reviewing Beloved Poison which I bought for my book group read in January.     Blurb:   London, 1846. Ramshackle and crumbling, St Saviour's Infirmary awaits demolition. Within its stinking wards and cramped corridors the doctors bicker and fight. Ambition, jealousy and hatred seethe beneath the veneer of professional courtesy. Always an outsider, and …

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#Review : The Mansions of Murder by Paul Doherty. @severnhouse #BrotherAthelstan

Today I'm reviewing a book from the fabulous Brother Athelstan, one of my favourite series ever. Huge thanks to Severn House for letting me have a copy of it to review. Blurb: A murdered priest, a missing body, stolen treasure: Brother Athelstan tackles his most challenging investigation to date. October, 1381. Brother Athelstan is summoned …

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#Blog Tour #Review : The Angel’s Mark by S.W. Perry. @swperry_history @CorvusBooks @annecater 

I am thrilled today to be on the blog tour for The Angel's Mark. Many thanks to Anne of Random Things Tours and Corvus books for having me on the tour.  Blurb:   LONDON, 1590. Queen Elizabeth I's control over her kingdom is wavering. Amidst a tumultuous backdrop of Spanish plotters, Catholic heretics and foreign wars …

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#BlogBlitz #Review : Barnabas Tew and The Case of the Missing Scarab by Columbkill Noonan @ColumbkillNoon1 @rararesources

Today I am taking part in the birthday celebration for the unusual book that is Barnabas Tew and The Case of the Missing Scarab. I bought this myself a little while back but as with so many books hadn't had the chance to read it yet so when I got the chance to take part …

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