The Two Lost Mountains by Matthew Reilly, Review: Audacious
The Two Lost Mountains is the latest audaciously good-hearted action-adventure thriller in Matthew Reilly’s much-loved Jack West Jr Series. Read on for my full review.
The Last Lions of Africa by Anthony Ham, Book Review: Majestic peril
Anthony Ham’s The Last Lions of Africa is a fascinating and thought-provoking read about these majestic creatures in peril. A book that would make an excellent Father’s Day gift.
The Doctor of Aleppo by Dan Mayland, Book Review: Confronting thriller
The Doctor of Aleppo by Dan Mayland offers readers a compelling action thriller and confronting modern-history lesson. Read on for our full review.
To The Lions: Holly Watt takes no prisoners in Dagger winner
In To The Lions, former journalist Holly Watt holds no punches. The first in her hard-hitting Casey Benedict thriller series and a CWA Steel Dagger winner.
All The Dead Stars by AK Alliss (The Pattern Codex #1), Review
All The Dead Stars (The Pattern Codex #1) is an engaging character-driven fantasy adventure novel from Australian author AK Alliss. #fantasy #adventure #action #sciencefiction #characters #tapestry #books #escape
PREY author L.A. Larkin on a pandemic book launch + Giveaway
Author L.A. Larkin discusses her new adventure #thriller novel PREY and how the global pandemic has affected this book launch and her writing. Plus, thanks to Clan Destine Press and Bloodhound Books we have 2 ebook copies to #giveaway worldwide. #crime #fiction #books #author #interview
The Twentieth Man by Tony Jones, Review: Taut political thriller
In The Twentieth Man Tony Jones’ narrative setup, thrilling historical action plot, depth of characterisation and literary prose had me enthralled. #thriller #terrorism #corruption
NORTHERN LIGHTS by Philip Pullman, Audio Book Review
"You cannot change what you are, only what you do." - Philip Pullman. Read our review of the Northern Lights (aka The Golden Compass) audiobook - fantastic ensemble cast of narrators makes this a rare treat for young and old. #bookquote
Letters From The Light author Shel Calopa: Dystopia Now? #Giveaway
Enter for your chance to #win #AussieAuthor Shel Calopa's new science fiction novel LETTERS FROM THE LIGHT (Inspired Quill) as she considers the #dystopian genre in these troubling times. #BookGiveaway
BEAUTY IS A WOUND by Eka Kurniawan, Review: Uniquely appealing
Recently included in LitHub’s 10 Best Translated Novels of the Decade, Eka Kurniawan's Beauty is a Wound can be read as compelling entertainment or deep philosophy, receiving high praise from the reviewing fraternity. Follow link to read our review >
Dead Man Switch (aka The War Widow) by Tara Moss, Review: Smart & sassy
Tara Moss’ DEAD MAN SWITCH is a brilliant start to what is sure to become a bestselling historical crime fiction series. Meet PI Billie Walker – smart and sexy, with a dash of Mae West humour, she’s a hard-boiled detective with a twist. She’s a woman in a man’s world … Read our full review >>
Of Love and Shadows by Isabel Allende, Review: Courage & passion
Of Love and Shadows Book Review: Isabel Allende's memorable novel switches from heart-stopping action to magical moments of reflection.
22 of the Best Books for Outlander Fans - Beyond the Bookends
Pin now and Read later! From classic love stories to story about time travel, there is something here for every Outlander Fan. And there are enough books to keep you satiated for when the next droughtlander begins!
THE CHAIN by Adrian McKinty, Book Review: A chilling plot
The Chain Book Review: This standalone thriller novel from Adrian McKinty is unashamedly commercial and a story I think may be better suited to the screen.