Happy Thursday everyone! I’m thrilled to be hosting theBookouture Books-On-Tour for Jake Cross’ The Family Lie. You can get your copy of this tense thriller by clicking on the appropriate link for your e-reader….
Big thanks to the fabulous Noelle Holten of Bookouture for inviting me to take part in the Books-On-Tour and to Bookouture for my copy of The Family Lie which is received through Netgalley. Continue reading →
Happy Saturday everyone! Hope you’ve got some exciting plans this weekend despite the blustery miserable weather! But if you haven’t, why not treat yourself to the latest crime thriller from Graham Smith! It’s currently at a bargain price if you click on the link.
Big thanks to the fabulous Noelle at Bookouture for inviting me to join the Books-On-Tour fun and to Bookouture for my copy of A Body In The Lakes which I received through Netgalley. Continue reading →
Happy Sunday everyone!! I’m seriously thrilled to be welcoming Montana’s finest, Kane and Alton, back to A Knight’s Reads. I’ve loved the previous four books in D.K. Hood’s series and I couldn’t wait to find out what was going to happen after the ending of The Crying Season.
Big thanks to the fabulous Noelle Holten for inviting me on the blog tour and to Bookouture for my e-copy of Where Angels Fear which I received through Netgalley. Continue reading →
Eeeeekkkk I’m thrilled to be closing the blog tour for Chris Merritt’s Life Or Death and my date for the day is the lovely Lorna over at On The Shelf Reviews so don’t forget to pop over and catch her fab post!
Huge thanks to the fabulous Noelle Holten for inviting me on the blog tour and to Bookouture for my ecopy of Life Or Death which I received through Netgalley. Continue reading →
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!! So it’s January 1st, and as the saying goes New Year New Books….that’s right isn’t it? So here are some of the books being published over the next twelve months I’ve got on the mountain that is my reading pile that I’m looking forward to!
Some are from authors I’ve not read before and some are firm favourites in the Knight library! And everything in-between. Continue reading →