Biblioshelf Musings – The Favour by Laura Vaughan

Hello Bibliofriends! This week's Biblioshelf Musings took me a dark, deceptive trip down memory-lane to the fascinating art-world of Italy. The Favour by Laura Vaughan is a tricksy, mind-bending novel filled with a cunningly unreliable narrator, an insight into the lavish lifestyles of the social elite all framed with the overarching question, just how far... Continue Reading →

#Friday56 – The Windsor Knot

Happy FriYAY Bibliofriends! This week's Friday 56 comes from The Windsor Knot by S.J. Bennett. This novel is the first in a brand new series where HM The Queen dons her deerstalker hat and magnifying glass and turns detective to investigate the latest crime-capers rocking Windsor Castle. Hosted by Freda’s Voice, the Friday 56 is a... Continue Reading →

Biblioshelf Musings – The Windsor Knot

Hello Bibliofriends! When I think of some of the greatest detectives of all time - Poirot, Miss Marple, Sherlock Holmes and even Agatha Raisin spring to mind... but HM The Queen?! Well, new novel The Windsor Knot by S.J. Bennett tries to prove that Elizabeth II deserves her place amongst these crime solving greats. Thank... Continue Reading →

#Friday56 – The Inheritance Games

Happy FriYAY Bibliofriends! This week's Friday 56 comes from The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes. I absolutely love puzzles and mysteries, especially when they take place in such grand settings such as Hawthorne Manor - I mean, the home of a billionaire... give me my fictional passport and I'm off! Hosted by Freda’s Voice, the... Continue Reading →

Biblioshelf Musings – The Carpet Cipher

Hey Biblioshelf Friends! Ever since I started reading more books in Lockdown and getting involved with BookTwitter, that little need to start requesting books on Netgalley resurfaced again! Being approved for a more popular arc still seems like a distant dream, however after scrolling through the Read Now section I came across The Carpet Cipher... Continue Reading →

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