Snatched From Home by Graham Smith @GrahamSmith1972 @RandomTTours #blogtour #bookreview #TeamEvans #SnatchedFromHome

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Woooooo hoooooooooo I’m seriously thrilled to be resharing my review of Snatched From Home by Graham Smith. Continue reading

The First Lie by A J Park @AJParkAuthor #blogblitz @RandomTTours


Today I’m shining a spotlight on A J  Park’s The First Lie. Tomorrow is paperback publication day so if you’ve been waiting for this and you love your tree books, what are you waiting for??

The Blurb

“A. J. Park is a master of suspense who knows how to keep readers hovering tensely over the edges of their seats.”  Sophie Hannah

“This is a real page-turner. I finished it in one go!” Martina Cole

A husband and wife cover up a murder. But the lie eats away at the fabric of their relationship and things unravel till they can’t trust anyone – even each other.

“A great thriller that will keep you turning the pages late into the night.” Luca Veste

A freak accident. An impossible choice. But what was the first lie?

When Paul Reeve comes home to find his wife in the bathroom, bloodied and shaking, his survival instinct kicks in.

Alice never meant to kill the intruder. She was at home, alone, and terrified. She doesn’t deserve to be blamed for it. Covering up the murder is their only option.

But the crime eats away at the couple and soon they can’t trust anyone – even one another…

But there is much more at stake than anyone realises – and many more people on their trail than they can possibly evade…

“Fast-moving, gripping, the ground shifting perpetually beneath your feet as you read… I read it in one sitting.” Alex Marwood

Available as a paperback, ebook and audio book. You can get your copy through the usual outlets!

Waterstones Paperback:



THE FIRST LIE all quotes

Who Is A J Park?

A.J. Park is the author of The First Lie, published by Orion Fiction. The paperback will be released on June 25th 2020. A second psychological thriller will arrive in July 2021. The translation rights to The First Lie have been sold to publishers in Germany, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

A.J. Park’s real name is Karl Vadaszffy. Karl Vadaszffy is the author of three novels: The Missing, which was twice a Kindle top ten bestseller in the UK, peaking at number 6, as well as a number one bestseller in Australia, Sins of the Father and Full of Sin. He is also a freelance journalist and the Head of English at a secondary school in Hertfordshire.

Find out more about A.J. Park/Karl at
Follow him on Twitter: @AJParkauthor and @KarlVad
Facebook: KarlVadaszffy
Instagram: AJPark_author

Summer of Reckoning by Marion Brunet @scribedoll @BitterLemonPub #marionbrunet #summerofreckoning #randomthingsblogtours

Summer of Reckoning

Happy Monday and new tax year everyone! Today, I’m delighted to be kicking off the week with an extract from Summer of Reckoning by Marion Brunet.

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The Burning Hill by A D Flint @brazil_thriller @Unbound_Digital #blogtour #extract #randomthingstours

How is it Monday already?!? Well to try and ease us all back into the week, I’ve got a fab extract of A. D. Flint’s The Burning Hill as part of the blog tour! Continue reading

The Space Between Time by Charlie Laidlaw @claidlawauthor @accentpress #randomthingstours #blogtour #authorinterview

the Space Between Time

Happy Thursday everyone! I can’t believe it’s almost the end of June and we’re half way through the year!!! Today I’ve got a fabulous Q&A with Charlie Laidlaw, author of The Space Between Time and The Things You Learn When You’re Dead.

Massive thanks to Anne Cater of Random Things Tours for inviting me on the blog tour!

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Sister of Mine by Laurie Petrou @lauriepetrou @noexitpress #randomthingstours #blogtour #sisterofmine

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Happy Wednesday everyone! I’m thrilled to be welcoming the blog tour for Laurie Petrou’s Sister of Mine to A Knight’s Reads.

I’m going to hold my hands up; I read this the day of the UEFA Champions League Final and the hubby is a Liverpool fan. Even up to kick off, he didn’t know whether he’d watch so I was determined to finish my book before the match in order to watch as a pseudo-Liverpool supporter. Thank goodness for Salah and Origi!!

Big thanks to Anne Cater of Random Things Tours for inviting me on the blog tour and to No Exit Press for my e-copy of Sister of Mine. Continue reading

The Way Of All Flesh by Ambrose Parry @AmbroseParry @canongatebooks #TheWayOfAllFlesh #blogtour #extract #randomthingstours

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Happy Sunday everyone!!! I’m thrilled to be welcoming the blog tour for The Way of All Flesh by Ambrose Parry!  I’ve got a seriously atmospheric extract to share with you that I hope will whet your reading appetite and make you want to go buy this historical crime novel!

Big thanks to the lovely Anne Cater of Random Things Blog Tours for inviting me on the blog tour. Continue reading

The Bridal Party by JG Murray @JulianGylMurray @CorvusBooks #randomthingstours #blogtour #bookreview #publicationday #TheBridalParty

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A massive thank you to the fabulous Anne Cater of Random Things Tours for inviting me on the blog tour and for my advanced e-copy of The Bridal Party. Continue reading

Dead Pretty by Candy Denman @crimecandy @crimescenebooks #randomthingstours #blogtour #bookreview

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Happy Friday everyone!! today, I’l delighted to be sharing my review of Candy Denman’s Dead Pretty, the first in the Jocasta Hughes series. I really enjoyed the second in the series Body Heat when I read it last year (reading in order is sooooooo overrated) and you can catch my review here.

Big thanks to Anne Cater of Random Things Tours for inviting me on the blog tour – I am reviewing my own copy of Dead Pretty that I bought after reading Body Heat. Continue reading

The Suspect by Fiona Barton @figbarton @TransworldBooks #randomthingstours #blogtour #bookreview #publicationday

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🎉🎉🎉 A massive happy publication day to Fiona Barton!!! 🎉🎉🎉 The Suspect is out today and I’m thrilled to be sharing my review on publication day!!!

I was lucky enough to meet Fiona (along with Lesley Kara) last night at an evening of crime and wine hosted by Waterstones in Leeds – they are both fascinating people to listen to talk!

Huge thanks to the amazing Anne Cater of Random Things Tours for inviting me on the blog tour. Continue reading