Promo Post & Giveaway: A Lesson in Murder by Matthew Costello and Neil Richards

Welcome at the Promo post of A Lesson in Murder by Matthew Costello and Neil Richards.

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24661336Nothing ever happens in the small Cotswold village of Cherringham, making it the perfect place to retire to – or so ex-NYPD Detective Jack Brennan thought. But before long, local web designer and single mother Sarah Edwards had convinced him to help her investigate a suspicious suicide. Since then, he and Sarah have solved mysterious deaths, unlikely accidents and perplexing robberies. “Peace and quiet” never really suited Jack anyway…

Cherringham is an ongoing “cosy crime” eBook series, that launched in December 2013 and features unlikely sleuthing duo Sarah and Jack. Released in monthly episode, it is written by award-winning game and TV writers UK-based Neil Richards and US-based Matthew Costello in a transatlantic collaboration – which mirrors that of Jack and Sarah. The new series, released from March, launches with A Lesson in Murder, in which the two are asked to investigate the violent death of a popular teacher at Cherringham Girls School.

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AMAZON UK

AMAZON US

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My weekly #Sundaychallenge on Twitter

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And another challenge has appeared!! Last week’s challenge was to read a book by an Irish Author and I decided to read Driving Home for Christmas by Emma Hannigan after a recommendation. And I really enjoyed this book – which also means I have completed the challenge! YAAAY Me, especially after last week.

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This week’s challenge will be a little bit out of my comfort zone, which will be interesting.

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This one will tie in easy with my Netgalley challenge I set myself and I will read The Whispers (Whispers #1) by Lisa Unger and as it is a short story, I will see if I can read The Burning Girl (Whispers #2) by Lisa as well.

The Whispers
Synopsis

Eloise Montgomery discovers her amazing gift in the wake of tragedy in this first of three captivating e-shorts from award-winning and New York Times bestselling author Lisa Unger.

It’s a day like any other for Eloise Montgomery—until tragedy strikes. While she is recovering from a horrible accident that takes the lives of her husband and oldest daughter, and as she works to help her younger daughter move forward, Eloise experiences her first psychic vision. Though she struggles to understand her newfound gifts, Eloise finds a way use them to save lost women and girls—for whom her help may be the only way out…

From an author whose “gripping narrative and evocative, muscular prose” (Associated Press) have won her critical acclaim comes The Whispers: a story that delves deep into the human psyche and the mind of one unforgettable heroine.

Book Release: A Perfect Dilemma – Zoe Dawson

 

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A Perfect Secret Series, #3

New Adult Contemporary Romance and Mystery

Released September 22, 2014

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Books read in July

Hello all,

I thought I would try out a new feature for my blog – my books read in the previous month! Next month I will also add ‘books bought’ and ‘books received’. But the latter was so much (check my post on book haul from a friend) that I decided to keep it at books read for this time ^_^

Even though I had a bit of a book slumber and besides it was mega busy at work I did managed to read a total of 6 books. A couple of reviews are already up and a couple are coming, but I will let you know about these below.

 

One Hundred Proposals – Holly Martin

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Publisher: Carina
Release date: 25 June 2014

This is the book that made me fall in love with Holly Martin. I just really enjoyed this book – the first of my ultimate Summer Books I can recommend highly to read EVERY summer ^_^. I can’t praise this book enough.
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Blog Tour, Review & Giveaway: Misplaced – Lee Murray

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Welcome to the Blog tour + Review for the awesome book Misplaced by Lee Murray. This book follows Adam a 17 year old boy (Almost 18) dealing with his ‘missing’ mum. Why have I put missing between brackets? Well it’s because this book has taught me that missing can have several meanings.
This book is dedicated to Florence Bloise, who disappeared February 2003 in France and is also ‘misplaced’.

You can find the rest of the Xpresso Blog Tour Schedule here.

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