The book review cafe’s book of the month **April 2018**



Oh WOW it’s the 1st Of May hopefully the days will get warmer (well a girl can dream, can’t she😎) which means it’s time for me to choose my book of the month, although I should really change the title to books of the month 😂 as once again I was torn between two books. Both of these books I loved for very different reasons and I would recommend them both if you are looking for a damn good read. So without further ado….

The Key To Death’s Door by Mark Tilbury


I’m a big fan of Mark Tilbury’s writing, his books are normally dark and disturbing and The Key To Death’s Door is definitely both of these things. I should mention this probably isn’t one for the faint hearted there is strong language and violence, but if you dare to read it I’m sure like me you will find it a riveting read. I’m not going to rehash the plot details as all you need to know is in the book description, but suffice to say with elements of the paranormal running throughout it made this book a highly original albeit a very disturbing read. You can read my full review here The Key To Death’s Door by Mark Tilbury @Bloodhoundbook @MTilburyAuthor #MustReads

Keeper by Johana Gustawsson


There are some books I like, others I love and then there is the rare book that blows me away with an ingenious plot, incredible writing, and bucketfuls of suspense and Keeper by Johana Gustawsson fits the bill perfectly. Block 46 the first book in the series actually made it on to my top reads of 2017, so I couldn’t wait to read this one. Keeper sees the return of French true crime writer Alexis Castells Canadian profiler Emily Roy, I do like the author’s career choices for her two main protagonists, as it means the plot doesn’t feature heavily on police procedures, which I find can sometimes overwhelm a plot. You can read my full review here **Blog tour** #Keeper by Johana Gustawsson #BookReview @OrendaBooks @JoGustawsson #FrenchNoir


Deadly Secrets by Robert Bryndza #MustReads2018 @RobertBryndza @Bookouture

Into The Black Nowhere by Meg Gardiner #Unsub2 @DuttonBooks @MegGardiner1 #MustReads

A Murder Of Magpies by Mark Edwards #MiniReview @mredwards

A Woman Scorned by Jack Jordan #MiniReview @JackJordanBooks @CorvusBooks

Books I’m hoping to read this month






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