Well it’s that time of the time of the week again, where does the time go? Answers on a postcard please. So today it’s my weekly wrap up and I’m pleased to say I’ve managed to read more than one book again this week, I finished one, read one and just started on my third book this week not bad considering I’ve been on lates this week so struggle to find anytime to read.
Outside Looking In by Michael Wood
I’ve really been looking forward to reading the latest release from Michael Wood, it’s the second in the DCI Matilda Darke series, and I loved it, you will be able to read my review on Monday 4th July as part of the blog tour
The Caller by M. A. Comley and Tara Lyons
This is the first collaboration from authors M.A. Comley and Tara Lyons, and again I really enjoyed this new crime series, again this ones for a blog tour so you will be able to read my review on Friday 17th June
When The Killing Starts by R C Bridgestock
This is the 7th book in the series and it’s a cracker! If you love a gritty police procedure book you will love this, and yes this book is for the blog tour you can catch my review on Friday 24th June
Books I’ve bought
I’ve been really, really good and only bought one book this week, and that’s because I have such a huge pile of books I’m desperate to read sitting on my TBR pile
Beautiful by Anita Waller
Last week On the book review café
Blog tour and Guest post for The Night Stalker by Robert Bryndza, You can read my review and guest post from Robert Bryndza here
Blog tour for The Safe Word by Karen Long, You can read my review here
My book of the month May 2016, You can see my book of the month here
Review for the Hatching by Ezekiel Boone, You can see my review here
Arc’s I’ve received this week
Whyte lies by KC Acton
I See You by Clare Mackintosh
The Kept Woman by Karin Slaughter
Baby Doll by Hollie Overton
Cut To The Bone by Alex Cann
Review for The Sister by Louise Jenson
Review for S Is For Stranger by Louise Stone
A special guest review for The Last Good Girl by Alison Leotta
Blog tour for When He Fell by Kate Hewitt
Blogging news from the book review café
I just had to share this in my weekly round up, I was estatic to see Robert Bryndza used a quote from my review for The Night Stalker as his header on his very own Twitter page, how exciting is that?
What books have you been reading this week? I would love to know, please feel free to leave a comment
I have I See You and Cut to the Bone. Lots of good looking books here but I’m trying not to get any new ones in June – come July though and all bets are off!
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I just have so many books on my TBR pile that I’m desperate to read, good luck with the book ban for June…..I wonder how long we will last? 😂😂
I See You is so intriguing. I can’t wait to read your review of The Sister! I loved it very much. In fact, I’m always looking forward to your reviews, haha. Next week’s sounds filled with books I would totally enjoy!
Congrats on having your quote used by the author! 🙂
I can’t wait to read I See You – I Let You Go was one of my favourite books of the last year.
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