Book Review: C. L. Taylor’s “Her Last Holiday”

After finishing my last book, I had a couple of reading-free days to deep-clean the flat and focus my attention on work stuff… Who knew my twenties would be so exciting? Anyway, when it came to selecting my next read, I did what I always do: pick out five or six from my bookshelf, andContinue reading “Book Review: C. L. Taylor’s “Her Last Holiday””

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””