Book Review: Blood Secret by Jaye Ford

Jaye Ford has a way of hooking you into her stories by creating conflict with questions. Blood Secret starts off well, and like Rennie, you’re initially unsure whether Max was attacked, or if he simply walked away. The story unravels slowly as more and more information comes to light.

Book Review: The Dry by Jane Harper

The dry starts off with a great hook: the suicide murder committed by Luke as a result of the drought affecting Kiewarra. At the funeral, Falk is clearly seen to be some kind of outcast, and it’s not long before we find out why. He is reunited with old friends and enemies, and the plot quickly thickens, especially when he meets with Sergeant Raco.

Book Review: The Hidden Hours

Title:  The Hidden Hours Author: Sara Foster Publisher: Simon & Schuster Australia Publication Date: 1st April 2017 Genre: Mixed – Mystery / Thriller Arabella Lane, senior executive at a children’s publisher, is found dead in the Thames on a frosty winter’s morning after the office Christmas party. No one is sure whether she jumped or was pushed. …

Book Review: Beyond Fear

Title: Beyond Fear Author: Australian Author Jaye Ford Genre(s): Mystery/Thriller Jodie Cramer has organised a weekend away with her three closest friends. It gets off to a bad start when she is run off the road and crashes her car. Waiting in the dark on an unlit stretch of bad road, …