Book review: The Missing Sister by Dinah Jefferies

I don’t think I’ve ever come across an author who paints scenes as vividly as Dinah Jefferies. I very much enjoyed The Tea Planter’s Wife which I read a couple of years ago  so I was thrilled to receive a review copy of this book.   The book is set mostly in 1930s Burma. Belle … More Book review: The Missing Sister by Dinah Jefferies

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Book review: Murder Served Cold by Paula Williams

The story Nothing much happens in the sleepy Somerset village of Much Winchmoor (or “Not Much Winchmoor” as Katie “Kat” Latcham calls it. ) Forced to return to the village in which she grew up and live with her parents after breaking up with her boyfriend Kat wonders how she’ll be able to pass the … More Book review: Murder Served Cold by Paula Williams

Book review: My Sister is Missing by Julia Barrett

Today is publication day for My Sister is Missing. The blurb A few weeks after giving birth, new mum Stephanie Henderson goes missing with her baby. With husband Adam in despair and the police investigation at a standstill, it’s up to Steph’s sister Jess to find them.  But when Adam starts to behave suspiciously, Jess … More Book review: My Sister is Missing by Julia Barrett

Mothers and Daughters

As it’s International Women’s Day, today’s guest post from author Joan Livingston is about mothers and daughters in her mystery series. Joan’s new novel Checking the Traps will be published on March 22nd – I can’t wait to read it.   Mothers and daughters. Isabel Long, protagonist of my mystery series, is both, and the relationships … More Mothers and Daughters