Friday, 20 July 2018

Blog Tour - The Factory Girls of Lark Lane

The Factory Girls of Lark Lane: A heartbreaking wartime family saga.



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Wednesday, 18 July 2018

The Silent Sister by Shalini Boland - Blog Tour

'You don't deserve a sister . . .'

Lizzy Beresford is at home alone when she hears a strange noise. Running downstairs to check, she discovers a threatening letter addressed to her. But who sent it?

As Lizzy receives more unsettling messages, she begins to doubt those closest to her - her boyfriend, her neighbours, her friends. Because the mystery sender seems to know everything about her.

And they want to destroy her perfect life.

Desperate for answers, Lizzy contacts her sister, Emma. She used to be her best friend. But they haven't spoken in years. Not since the terrible argument which tore their relationship apart . . .

Surrounded by secrets and lies, can Lizzy trust her sister? Or is the shocking truth more dangerous than Lizzy ever imagined?

From the bestselling author of The Secret Mother and The Child Next Door, this absolutely unputdownable psychological thriller will keep you guessing with every heart-stopping twist. If you loved Gone Girl, The Girl on the Train and The Sister, this book is for you.
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Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Blog Tour - Unfinished Business Extract

So today's post is my stop on the blog tour for Unfinished Business by S C Cuuningham. I am sharing with you an extract from the novel and also a competition to win a signed copy of the book.




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Thursday, 5 July 2018

Murder of Linda Bailey Brown

The case I am going to talk about today is one I have been fascinated by for years. I first came across the story when I watched a movie called Love Lies and Murder. A truly sad and disturbing case about a very manipulative man who used his own daughter to get what he wanted.
Linda Bailey Brown
The Case

In the early hours of March 19 1985 Linda Bailey Brown was found shot dead in her bed. Police who went to the house found Linda's step-daughter, Cinnamon aged just 14, in the back garden. She was covered in vomit and was almost unconscious. Cinnamon had a note on her that said "Dear God, please forgive me. I didn't mean to hurt her." Police obviously believed that Cinnamon was responsible for the brutal murder and had tried to overdose afterwards. Cinnamon was convicted of the shooting, and sentenced as a minor to be in locked up until the age of 25. But there was a lot more to the story.

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