LAST DAY!! I am currently offering 20% off the February subscription book boxes (but only until 30 December 2017) and weekly prize draw giveaways. So whether you are all spent out and want to try your luck or have received Christmas money with which to treat yourself, we have you covered! Find all the details on the giveaways and offers on our website.
My review of Murder in the Manger by Debbie Young – get in the festive mood with this feel-good cosy mystery! I am loving this series which is set around the key events in the Cotswold village of Wendlebury Barrow’s annual calendar. This one is, of course, set in the run up to Christmas and the school nativity play in particular.
Congratulations to Jo Bob the lucky winner of our latest giveaway! Jo will soon receive her copy of Sweet Dreams by Tricia Sullivan and a signed bookplate!
New GIVEAWAY for the brilliant ‘Sweet Dreams’ by Tricia Sullivan published by Gollancz! The winner will receive a copy of the book and a signed bookplate. Entries by 23:59 Tuesday 21 November 2017.
Charlie has an unusual, and she believed unique, gift; she can enter people’s dreams but now someone much less benevolent has infiltrated Charlie’s dreams. This is an intelligent and interesting read, well paced with some great humour and action scenes. Recommended for Sci Fi and general mystery lovers.
Our November 2017 Science Fiction and Fantasy box contained the following great reads and goodies: Sweet Dreams by Tricia Sullivan along with a signed bookplate and exclusive interview, Strange Sight by Syd Moore and an extra book to celebrate our launch: A Pocketful of Crows by Joanne M Harris proof, postcard and exclusive interview.Read more
Our November 2017 Crime and Mystery box contained the following great reads and goodies: Did You See Melody? by Sophie Hannah, Death in the Stars by Frances Brody along with a signed bookplate and letter from Frances and an extra book to celebrate our launch: Strange Sight by Syd Moore.Read more
Yesterday the very first My Chronicle Book Boxes landed on door steps so today I would like to officially reveal the contents of the boxes to all of you!
New blog post! My review of the upcoming cosy murder mystery Resort to Murder by TP Fielden which is set in 1959. While this is the second book in a series it nicely stands alone and in it we see chief newspaper reporter, Judy Dimont make enquiries into not one but two suspicious deaths which have shaken the idyllic seaside town of Temple Regis on the English Riviera.
This is a fun, cosy mystery in which Rosie Strange, born sceptic, inherits the Essex Witch Museum and finds herself investigating a 16th century witch with the handsome assistant curator!