Book review of ‘The Last House on the Street’ by Diane Chamberlain

I’m not too sure that I’d read much about this book before starting it - if I’m honest, I’d completely forgotten what the premise was, and so from the title alone, I was expecting a thriller. It certainly is a thriller, but also so much more, and I absolutely loved it. The novel begins in … Continue reading Book review of ‘The Last House on the Street’ by Diane Chamberlain

Book Review of ‘The Girl Upstairs’ by Georgina Lees

Description How well do you know your neighbour?Would you trust them with your life? I heard Emily before I saw her. The harsh smack of heels against cheap wooden floorboards. The loud phone calls. The incessant music. I knew Emily before I met her. Discarded receipts in our communal hallway. Sticky leftovers in the shared food waste bin. Wine … Continue reading Book Review of ‘The Girl Upstairs’ by Georgina Lees

Blog Tour – ‘Dinner Party: A Tragedy’ by Sarah Gilmartin

To those of you who haven’t been over here before, welcome to Wordy Witterings, my bookish blog. Today it’s my turn to host the blog tour for ‘Dinner Party’, a debut novel by Sarah Gilmartin. Book Description To mark the anniversary of a death in the family, Kate meticulously plans a dinner party - front … Continue reading Blog Tour – ‘Dinner Party: A Tragedy’ by Sarah Gilmartin

Book Review of ‘All For You’ by Louise Jensen

This family-centred contemporary psychological thriller is full of twists and turns, and it will keep you guessing right up to the end. MEET THE WALSH FAMILYLucy: Mother. Wife. Falling to pieces…Aidan: Father. Husband. In too deep…Connor: Son. Brother. Can never tell the truth… Everyone in this family has something to hide, but what are they … Continue reading Book Review of ‘All For You’ by Louise Jensen

Book Review: ‘The Department for Rare Books and Special Collections’

A brand new novel for all you bibliophiles out there! Liesl Weiss has worked at the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections at a prestigious university for many years. She’s given up hope of leading her own department, content to work in the shadow of her much-revered boss. When he has a stroke, Liesl … Continue reading Book Review: ‘The Department for Rare Books and Special Collections’