Book Review: Richard Osman’s “The Thursday Murder Club”

I had read mixed reviews on this book, but – in fairness – there were plenty of reviews. In fact, it’s perhaps one of the top 10, maybe even top 5, books that have cropped-up on my bookstagram since it’s release in early September last year. Honestly, there seemed to be no escaping it forContinue reading “Book Review: Richard Osman’s “The Thursday Murder Club””

Book Review: B A Paris’ “The Therapist”

I picked this book up from the newly-released fiction shelf in Waterstones, drawn to the ominous title and striking cover, intrigued by an author I hadn’t yet encountered. After reading the blurb, I was tickled by a familiarity to Harlan Coben’s “Safe”, which I binge-watched on Netflix, enthralled by the heightened suspicion and toxic intrusivenessContinue reading “Book Review: B A Paris’ “The Therapist””

Book Review: Simon Mayo’s “Knife Edge”

Sitting on my shelf for a while now, Knife Edge was one of those books I kind of randomly selected on a whim, not having read anything from Simon Mayo in the past, nor heard any book reviews of his previous releases. I read the blurb and was intrigued enough to take it home andContinue reading “Book Review: Simon Mayo’s “Knife Edge””