Thursday, 15 March 2018

The Fear by C.L.Taylor. Exclusive Author Video and 3 copies to Giveaway.




Fans of psychological thrillers are in for a treat!


 There is a sensational new thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author C.L. Taylor and the author has very kindly filmed an exclusive video, telling us all about The Fear. Published on the 22nd March, have a watch of this and get ready for another novel of suspense, thrills and characters which will get right under your skin... 

ENJOY!



 Thanks to Avon and Harper Collins in Ireland, I have three copies to giveaway to Bleach House Library followers. Enter via rafflecopter link below. Open INT. Closes 25th March.





Sometimes your first love won’t let you go… 

When Lou Wandsworth ran away to France with her teacher Mike Hughes, she thought he was the love of her life. But Mike wasn’t what he seemed and he left her life in pieces. Now 32, Lou discovers that he is involved with teenager Chloe Meadows. 

Determined to make sure history doesn’t repeat itself, she returns home to confront him for the damage he’s caused. But Mike is a predator of the worst kind, and as Lou tries to bring him to justice, it’s clear that she could once again become his prey…  



ABOUT THE AUTHOR



C.L. Taylor is the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Accident, The Lie, The Missing and The Escape.  Her psychological thrillers have sold over a million copies in the UK alone, been translated into over twenty languages, and optioned for television.  
 C.L. Taylor lives in Bristol with her partner and son. 

 ‘Claustrophobic and compelling’ KARIN SLAUGHTER 
 ‘A rollercoaster with multiple twists’ DAILY MAIL 

The Fear is published by Avon on 22nd March 2018, in PB and ebook format. You can order your copy from all good bookshops and via amazon link below:




Sunday, 4 March 2018

The Liar's Girl by Catherine Ryan Howard





When the body of a nineteen-year-old girl is found in Dublin's Grand Canal it brings back memories of the infamous Canal Killer, who confessed to killing five young students ten years previously. Is there a copy-cat or could there be something more sinister at play? When the serial-killer tells the police that he has some information he wants to share, he has one condition: He will only talk to his ex-girlfriend. He has not seen her since his confession and he needs to tell her something.

Alison fled Ireland ten years ago. Now she must return to her previous life and face the past that she has hidden for so long. Just what does Will want to tell her? Does she really want to know? Can she prevent a future murder by remembering the ones in the past? 

From the author of Distress Signals this is another tense and thrilling tale of secrets, lies and murder. Catherine Ryan Howard treats the reader to snippets from the past and present, where we read chapters from the viewpoint of  'Alison, now' and 'Alison, then'. The past mainly focuses on the life of an undergraduate student; living away from home and getting her bearings in a new city; the friendships made and ones lost; the skipping of lectures  to spend time with Will; the edited version  of college life that she shares with her parents. The University is a fictional one, yet the streets of Southside Dublin are accurate and atmospheric. Interestingly, there is no real change noted when Alison finds herself back in Dublin. She is still traumatised by the past and finds herself back on her familiar stomping ground, which she has avoided for years. 

Garda Malone is assigned to the new Canal murder case and appoints himself as unofficial guardian of Alison. They both trust each other and this results in  plenty of coffee, croissants and leaked information. The story builds gradually and the tension is provided by untitled chapters and shadows from the past.  A trip to her parent's Wicklow home reminds Alison how much she has missed by hiding from Ireland. Her mother is thrilled to have her daughter under her roof and delights in spoiling her. This is a lovely, warm touch in the midst of the madness surrounding the murders.

The Liar's Girl is a dark and tense thriller which starts and ends with gusto. It is a creepy, worrying look at how easy it is to become a victim of a stalker who know all the tricks of the trade. It will definitely make you think twice about walking home, alone. 

The Liar's Girl is published by Corvus and is available in PB and ebook format. Available in all good bookshops and via amazon link below:


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