Happy Monday everyone! I’m thrilled to be joining the blog tour for Saima Mir’s debut crime thriller The Khan today. I’ve got an enticing extract for you. I can’t wait to read this, especially after hearing Saima talk and read as part of the Leeds Lit Fest last month.
Eeeeeeeeeekkkkkk!!!! I’m thrilled to be welcoming the blog tour for Liz Mistry’s 6th(!) DI Gus McGuire book Unseen Evil to A Knight’s Reads! This is going to make my return to work today a little bit easier as my day can’t be as bad as Gus’…. Continue reading →
Woooo hoooooooo!!!!! I am thrilled to be the last stop on the fabulous blog tour for R.C. Bridgestock’s Poetic Justice! And not only am I reviewing the prequel to the DI Dylan series but I’ve got a quick interview for your reading pleasure!
So without further ado, a massive thank you to Emily Glenister of Dome Press for inviting me on the blog tour and for my copy of Poetic Justice. Continue reading →
Whoop whoop! I’m thrilled to be welcoming to A Knight’s Reads the blog tour for Simon Beckett’s The Scent of Death. I’ve been wanting to read some of the David Hunter books for a wee while since #mamapossum Noelle Holten of Crimebookjunkie fame raved about The Restless Dead, the previous book in the series.
Big thanks to Hayley Barnes of Penguin Random House for inviting me on the blog tour and for my copy of The Scent of Death.Continue reading →
June Taylor (L) and Ali Harper (R) photo credit: Jo Lee World
I’ve lived in Leeds (well just outside) for over 15 years and I’ve never set foot in The Leeds Library…until last night. But this is no ordinary council run public library, no siree. It was founded in 1768 as a proprietary subscription library and is now the oldest surviving example of this sort of library in the British Isles.And it’s not to be confused with the Leeds Central Library, your a-typical library up on the Headrow (for those of you who know Leeds). Continue reading →