Book Review: Making Waves by Thorne Moore (@ThorneMoore)#RBRT #science fiction #thriller

Originally posted on SaylingAway:
I truly believe Thorne Moore could write a five-star book about a paper bag. She has challenged herself by writing in books of different genres and her readers (including myself) have found them all compelling. I did not read the first book in this series (Inside Out) but no matter, this…

That’s my love language. What’s yours? PLUS #BookReview MAKING WAVES by @ThorneMoore #RBRT #SciFi

Originally posted on Barb Taub:
What’s your Work Love/Appreciation Test? I heard through the human resources grapevine about the Love Test, in which Gary Chapman’s “Five Love Languages” theory has been adapted to workplace “appreciation” training. This is, naturally, HR’s fault. After many decades in the human resources trenches, I know that everyone hates HR…

Sunday Book Review – The Unravelling – A Domestic Noir #Thriller by Thorne Moore

Originally posted on DGKayewriter.com:
Welcome to my Sunday Book Review. Today I’m reviewing The Unravelling by Thorne Moore. I’ve had this book on my Kindle for some time now, always remembering I wanted to push it up for reading. This book is a well written tale about a woman with a damaged memory because…

My Review of Only May, by Honno Author, Carol Lovekin #Honno #familystory #secrets #magic

Originally posted on Judith Barrow:
Book Description: A young woman haunted by ghosts, magic and long-kept family secrets in a new novel from the author of the Wales Book of the Year 2021 shortlisted, WILD SPINNING GIRLS. I give you fair warning, if you’re planning on lying to me, don’t look me in the eye.…

Murder, Mayhem and Families #womenwriters #Reviews #shortstories #poetry

Originally posted on Judith Barrow:
For a while, I was only been able to read in short bursts; a temporary situation, but I missed being able to immerse myself into a novel. I did use audio books, but I missed the actual action of reading, and I found just listening frustrating, trying to find the…

My Review of Fatal Collision by Thorne Moore, this week published by Diamond Crime

Originally posted on Judith Barrow:
I’m really pleased to be part of the launch week of Fatal Collision. I received a copy of the book in return for an honest review. I gave Fatal Collision 5* Book Description: Adam Winters is killed by a drunk driver. His devastated widow, Nicki, realises she is being stalked.…

A Parrot for Your Shoulder? #Reflections #Humour #Friends #BookReview:What Lies Between Them by J.L. Harland

Originally posted on Judith Barrow:
For months now I have been peering at the outside world through a thick net curtain with the odd hole here and there. I haven’t become a ‘Nosy Neighbour’ though, my already limited vision has been exacerbated by cataracts. My world of shortsightedness began a long time ago. In fact…

Book review: Someone Close to Home by Alex Craigie #RBRT # romance #social commentary #mental health

Originally posted on SaylingAway:
I had never read any of Alex Craigie’s books, the premise of this one was enticing. I was not disappointed – what I read stuck with me long after I read the last page. The author is a compelling author. She wrote the book in response to her experience with care…

My Review of Means to Deceive by Alex Craigie 

Originally posted on Judith Barrow:
Book Description: Eighteen months ago, Gwen Meredith left the job she loved and came back to Pembrokeshire to help support her irritable and increasingly confused grandmother.But someone is pursuing a vendetta against her. As the attacks become more malicious, her old anxieties begin to build.She’s attracted to her new neighbour…

My Review of Making Waves, the sequel to Inside Out by Thorne Moore

Originally posted on Judith Barrow:
As with Inside Out, I was given an ARC copy of Making Waves by the author, in return for an honest review. I gave Making Waves 5* out of 5* After reading this book I was happy to give the following endorsement: “Thorne Moore’s writing has three great qualities: the…