Sister Agatha: The World’s Oldest Serial Killer by Domhnall O’Donoghue

Sister Agatha is 118 years of age, whose vim and vigour would put the most robust athletes to shame. However, during a routine check-up, her doctor claims that she has just a week to live – inconvenient, seeing as the beloved sister once made an improbable vow: to be the oldest person in the world.… Continue reading Sister Agatha: The World’s Oldest Serial Killer by Domhnall O’Donoghue

Empty Corridors: Learning to Fail by Paul Douglas Lovell

Synopsis Paul isn’t at school to learn, he’s there to be fed. Though they often have no voice, a problematic child will more than likely have a tale to tell. Not that Paul would ever let slip the shame he hides. Weighed down for so long with insecurities, the scruffy kid already feels isolated from… Continue reading Empty Corridors: Learning to Fail by Paul Douglas Lovell

Christmas Carols and a Cornish Cream Tea by Cressida McLaughlin

All Meredith Verren has ever wanted is to escape the holiday season without having to wear a Christmas jumper. Her new job at the cosy gift shop in a picturesque Cornish tourist spot is making it impossible for her to maintain her scrooge-like manner. With their seasonal hampers on everyone’s wish list, Meredith must paste… Continue reading Christmas Carols and a Cornish Cream Tea by Cressida McLaughlin

The Hapless Husband and his Curious Wife by Helen E Field

Today is publication day for The Hapless Husband and his Curious Wife by Helen E Field, the second in the De’ath Family series. Follow the madcap lives of the sassy Brooke and her anxious husband Dean, as they navigate the chaos caused by their double lives: secrets, syndicates and stress… money, madness and McDonald’s… political… Continue reading The Hapless Husband and his Curious Wife by Helen E Field

The Custard Corpses, a delicious 1940s mystery by M J Porter

Birmingham, England, 1943. While the whine of the air raid sirens might no longer be rousing him from bed every night, a two-decade-old unsolved murder case will ensure that Chief Inspector Mason of Erdington Police Station is about to suffer more sleepless nights. Young Robert McFarlane’s body was found outside the local church hall on… Continue reading The Custard Corpses, a delicious 1940s mystery by M J Porter

Murder at the Abbey by Frances Evesham

Murder at the Abbey The Exham-on-Sea’s History Society’s annual summer picnic comes to an abrupt end when human bones are discovered in Washford River, beside historic Cleeve Abbey. Thrilled to find evidence of a possible centuries-old murder mystery, the members of the society organise a ghost-hunting night in the ruins of Cleeve Abbey, despite amateur… Continue reading Murder at the Abbey by Frances Evesham

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Bar by Isabella May

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Bar River and Alice miss Somerset. Christmas isn’t Christmas without family and friends, even when you live in quaint Cornwall. When River’s Aunt Sheba dies unexpectedly, leaving him her ancient VW campervan, nostalgia nudges him and Alice back to Glastonbury – and the surrounding villages – to rediscover their roots whilst serving… Continue reading Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Bar by Isabella May

Highland Games by Evie Alexander

Highland Games A fiery heroine, a Scottish god, a cabin, a castle, and enough heat to warm the coldest Scottish winter… Highland Games is an unputdownable, enemies-to-lovers, romantic comedy, with sparkle and sizzle and a guaranteed happy ending. This sexy, witty, debut from Evie Alexander will have you laughing, swooning, and staying up way past… Continue reading Highland Games by Evie Alexander

The Winter Cottage by Rachael Lucas

Synopsis   When Rilla Clark’s long lost father dies, she leaves New England and heads to his cottage in the Scottish Highlands to sort out his affairs. Rilla’s determined that her visit will be a fleeting one. The little village of Applemore holds a lot of memories for her, but looking back might just open up… Continue reading The Winter Cottage by Rachael Lucas

Thirteen Stops by Sandra Harris

Thirteen Stops There are thirteen Luas stops between Sandyford and St Stephen’s Green in Dublin and vice versa. The passengers all hunker down, folded tightly into themselves, eyes fixed on their phones, interminably scrolling, terrified of connecting with each other. Except . . . Except, who’s that good-looking guy in the long dark coat who’s… Continue reading Thirteen Stops by Sandra Harris