This is the second Essex Witch Museum Mystery and a wonderful mixture of scepticism and the supernatural. In this book Rosie and the museum’s handsome curator Sam, have been asked to look into ghost sightings reported at La Fleur an upscale restaurant in the City of London.
A My Chronicle Book Box review of Did You See Melody? by Sophie Hannah, see our blog for the full review.
When Cara Burrows realises she has seen the allegedly murdered Melody Chapa she feels compelled to investigate further in spite of the potential danger. This is a well written novel that you will struggle to put down and will get you thinking.
Illustrated by Sasha Laika Publisher: Quercus Books, Jo Fletcher Books Publication date: 18 May 2017 Page count: 464 / 480 pages Publisher Synopsis Perfect for fans of Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell and Gormenghast, Edward Gorey, Neil Gaiman and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. The town of Rotherweird stands alone – there are no guidebooks, despite the fascinating and diverse
Publisher: Audible.com Publication date: 27 April 2017 Runtime: 29 minutes Publisher Synopsis: Exclusive to Audio! Somewhere amongst the shadowy stacks and the many basements of the British library, something is very much amiss – and we’re not talking late returns here. Is it a ghost, or something much worse? PC Peter Grant really isn’t looking
Glass and Steele Book #3 Publication date: 4 April 2017 Page count: 306 pages Publisher Synopsis When a newspaper report of a medical miracle catches Matt’s eye, he and India go in search of Dr. Hale in the hope he is more magical doctor than miracle worker and can lead them to Chronos. But Hale
Kate Shackleton Mystery #6 Publisher: Piatkus Publication date: 13 September 2016 Page count: 482 pages Publisher Synopsis: An intricate plot in the post-WWI English countryside and Frances Brody’s “refreshingly complex heroine” (Kirkus) make for absorbing 6th installment in this mystery perfect for fans of Jacqueline Winspear and Agatha Christie. The Search for a Daughter Lady
The Chronicles of St Mary Book 1 of 7 Publisher: Accent Press Publication date: 21 November 2013 Page Count: 334 pages Publisher’s synopsis: Time travel meets history in this explosive, bestselling adventure series. At St Mary’s Institute of Historical Research, the historians don’t just study the past, they revisit it. Behind the strait-laced façade of
Publisher: Tor (UK) Publication date: 15 December 2016 Publisher’s synopsis: Librarian spy Irene has professional standards to maintain. Standards that absolutely do not include making hasty, unplanned escapes through a burning besieged building. But when the gateway back to your headquarters dramatically malfunctions, one must improvise. And after fleeing a version of Revolutionary France astride
Publisher: The Witcherley Book Company Publication date: 16 December 2016 I received a review copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my review and all opinions are my own. Publisher’s synopsis: There’s going to be trouble. Andy Caplet’s wife goes away, someone is out to get
My Chronicle Book Box Review: In this urban fantasy Deborah Harkness opens our eyes to the possibility of a world where humans are just one of four species or races alongside witches, vampires and daemons. Vampires drink blood, have immense strength and long life; witches have element based abilities; deamons have awe inspiring creativity; and