A Cumbrian Village… Three suicides… A red-hot summer… #HattieGoesToHollywood #AuthorGuestPost @nholten40 @CarolineJames12 @rararesources

Today I’m taking part in Caroline James’ Hattie Goes To Hollywood blog tour with a guest post from the author! My thanks to Rachel Gilbey of Rachel’s Random Resources for the invite! Let’s find out a bit about this book Continue reading A Cumbrian Village… Three suicides… A red-hot summer… #HattieGoesToHollywood #AuthorGuestPost @nholten40 @CarolineJames12 @rararesources

YOU HAD A SECRET. ALICE FOUND OUT. #AliceTealeIsMissing #Review #HALinskey @nholten40 @HowardLinskey @PenguinUKBooks

Over the moon to be sharing my review of H.A. Linskey’s Alice Teale is Missing as part of the blog tour today. I pre ordered this #badboy the minute I saw it – but a huge thanks to Penguin Random Continue reading YOU HAD A SECRET. ALICE FOUND OUT. #AliceTealeIsMissing #Review #HALinskey @nholten40 @HowardLinskey @PenguinUKBooks

There’s something terribly wrong… #HaventTheyGrown #Review @nholten40 @sophiehannahCB1 @jennyplatt90

Absolutely thrilled to be taking part in Sophie Hannah’s Haven’t They Grown blog tour! 🙌🏻 My thanks to Jenny Platt for the invite and Hodder & Stoughton publishers for the ARC. First a little bit about the author and this Continue reading There’s something terribly wrong… #HaventTheyGrown #Review @nholten40 @sophiehannahCB1 @jennyplatt90

Some doors should not be opened. Some can never be closed. #RightBehindYou #Review #GuestPost #BlackDotPublishing @nholten40 @RachelAbbott @AnneCater

Oh my days! I’m absolutely THRILLED to be taking part in Rachel Abbott’s Right Behind You blog tour! I was only supposed to be hosting a guest post but I am a huge fan of the Tom Douglas series, I Continue reading Some doors should not be opened. Some can never be closed. #RightBehindYou #Review #GuestPost #BlackDotPublishing @nholten40 @RachelAbbott @AnneCater

What were my top crime reads of 2019? #CrimeBookJunkie #TopReads #2019 @nholten40

Anyone who knows me will know that I am not really one for following rules when it comes to blogging – are there rules? Who knows? Who cares! Rather than choosing a specific number of top reads, I’ve put together Continue reading What were my top crime reads of 2019? #CrimeBookJunkie #TopReads #2019 @nholten40

From war tales that will break your heart, to gritty Christmas crimes that will shake you to your core, and heart-warming tales of love lost and found… #WhenStarsWillShine #PublicationDay #Review @nholten40 @emmamitchellfpr

When Stars Will Shine is a collection of short stories from your favourite authors who have come together to deliver you a Christmas read with a twist. With true war tales that will break your heart, gritty Christmas crimes that Continue reading From war tales that will break your heart, to gritty Christmas crimes that will shake you to your core, and heart-warming tales of love lost and found… #WhenStarsWillShine #PublicationDay #Review @nholten40 @emmamitchellfpr

This year someone is killing the children of Ashburn…Or should that be SOMETHING? #SeasonOfMist #Novella #Review @nholten40 @paulfinchauthor

Our last autumn of innocence. Star-spangled nights. Mist-wreathed woodland. A twisted shape watching coldly from the shadows. Industrial Lancashire, 1974. The kids in the coal-mining town of Ashburn love the waning of the year. Fancy dress and scary stories for Continue reading This year someone is killing the children of Ashburn…Or should that be SOMETHING? #SeasonOfMist #Novella #Review @nholten40 @paulfinchauthor

The past is a wound that never heals… #TheBloodIsStill #CoverReveal @nholten40 @DouglasSkelton1 @PolygonBooks

Woohoo! 👏🏻 Some of you may have seen the exciting news this week about Douglas Skelton – he has signed a further two book deal with Polygon! 🍾🥂 Huge congrats to all! Today I am delighted to be amongst a Continue reading The past is a wound that never heals… #TheBloodIsStill #CoverReveal @nholten40 @DouglasSkelton1 @PolygonBooks

Rhona MacLeod returns to her roots on Scotland’s Isle of Skye… #TimefortheDead #Review @nholten40 @Lin_Anderson @Blazespage @MorecambeVice @BOTBSPublicity

Absolutely delighted to be sharing my review of Lin Anderson’s TIME FOR THE DEAD as part of the Morecambe & Vice blog tour organised by Book on the Bright Side Publicity. I am thrilled to be interviewing Lin on stage Continue reading Rhona MacLeod returns to her roots on Scotland’s Isle of Skye… #TimefortheDead #Review @nholten40 @Lin_Anderson @Blazespage @MorecambeVice @BOTBSPublicity

Way out west, in the tumbling greens of England, something’s going down… #FatBoy #Feature #Indie @nholten40

Today I am delighted to feature #indie author JOSEPH COBB as he tells us a bit about his novel FAT BOY! A bit about the author and the book first though… About the Author  Joseph Cobb was born at Chase Continue reading Way out west, in the tumbling greens of England, something’s going down… #FatBoy #Feature #Indie @nholten40

Is she the murderer, or the victim? #TheVerdict #review @oisaachenry @nholten40 @0neMoreChapter_

A cheating wife. An estranged mother. But is she guilty of murder? Please raise your right hand. An affair at work has cost Julia Winter her job and her marriage. There’s no denying she has let her family down. Please Continue reading Is she the murderer, or the victim? #TheVerdict #review @oisaachenry @nholten40 @0neMoreChapter_

Saying farewell to the dark side doesn’t mean the dark side wants rid of you…#ASinnersPrayer #Review @nholten40 @EllingtonWright @TheAgentPhil @bwpublishing

I’m absolutely delighted on the one hand to be hosting M.P. Wright’s A Sinner’s Prayer blog tour today but also gutted that it is the last in the fantastic series! A massive thanks to the author – who has always Continue reading Saying farewell to the dark side doesn’t mean the dark side wants rid of you…#ASinnersPrayer #Review @nholten40 @EllingtonWright @TheAgentPhil @bwpublishing

#PressRelease from the Crime Writers Association #CWA #MargeryAllingham Short Story Competition to Continue @nholten40 @@the_cwa

Morning all!  Very excited to share some news with you!  Margery Allingham’s definition of a mystery is as follows: ‘The Mystery remains box-shaped, at once a prison and a refuge. Its four walls are, roughly, a Crime, a Mystery, an Continue reading #PressRelease from the Crime Writers Association #CWA #MargeryAllingham Short Story Competition to Continue @nholten40 @@the_cwa

Sometimes there are worse things to fear than ghosts… #Resthaven #audible #minireview @nholten40 @ErikTherme @audibleuk #LoveAudio

The last thing Kaylee wants to do is participate in a childish scavenger hunt – especially inside the abandoned retirement home on the edge of town. When she finds a bruised, deaf boy hiding inside one of the rooms, she Continue reading Sometimes there are worse things to fear than ghosts… #Resthaven #audible #minireview @nholten40 @ErikTherme @audibleuk #LoveAudio

A dead father. A lost son. Can the past be rewritten? #TurbulentWake #Review @nholten40 @Hardisty_Paul @OrendaBooks @annecater #RandomThingsTours

Paul Hardisty is one of those authors that just blows me away every-single-time! I’m delighted to be hosting the TURBULENT WAKE blog tour today and a massive shout-out to Anne Cater for the invite and Orenda Books for the ARC. Continue reading A dead father. A lost son. Can the past be rewritten? #TurbulentWake #Review @nholten40 @Hardisty_Paul @OrendaBooks @annecater #RandomThingsTours