Hoorah! We have made it to Hump Day Time for another weekly book meme!
WWW Wednesday hosted by the lovely Sam at Taking on a World of Words
This challenge is pretty straight forward and requires only three questions answering;
Who is your daddy? What does he do?
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
THE ABATTOIR OF DREAMS by Mark Tilbury
The past is never far away.
Michael Tate has not had an easy life. With his father in prison, and his mother dead, Michael was sent to Woodside Children’s Home.
Now an adult, Michael wakes up from a coma in hospital suffering from amnesia and paralysis. Confused and terrified, he is charged with the fatal stabbing of his girlfriend, Becky. He also learns he attempted to end his own life.
Detective Inspector John Carver is determined that Michael is sent to prison.
With no way of defending himself, Michael is left in his hospital bed awaiting transfer to remand.
But then strange things begin to happen and hischildhood comes back to haunt him.
Can Michael ever escape the past?
Will he ever discover the truth about Becky’s murder?
And why is DI Carver so eager to make him suffer?
The Abattoir of Dreams is a bitter sweet story of murder, innocence and abuse.
Once again, I am delving into a new author thanks to the wonderful team over at Bloodhound Books
We will be participating in the Blog Tour for this book on 13th March!
WINTERSCROFT by Anita Waller
When the beautiful Lavender is killed in a tragic car accident her family and fiancee Matt are left devastated. As the year’s pass and wounds begin to heal Matt, who has remained close to Lavenders family, meets Beth and falls in love again.
When the happy couple announce their engagement it sparks a series of bizarre and disturbing events. Then when Matt and Beth make plans to wed at Lavenders family home, Winterscroft, the frightening truth becomes apparent. Lavender is back. And she is not happy. From the bestselling author of 34 Days comes a tale of love, death and revenge.
Click HERE to read my full review!
This month is BLOG TOUR crazy! So it’s of no surprise that my next read is part of another blog tour for Orenda Books and I am stoked (that’s right…I’m a 90’s American teen!) to be part of it!
SIX STORIES by Matt Wesolowski
The novel is constructed as a series of podcasts, in which an investigative journalist describes the circumstances around the death of a teenaged boy in an outward-bound centre, interviewing witnesses, suspects and people close to the incident. Their six accounts form the six stories of the title, creating a “chilling and compelling, page-turning thriller that also delves deep into notions of truth, perception and loyalty”
Not only am I looking forward to reading this book – but I am also VERY much looking forward to the audio book which is the first Audible production to use SEVENTEEN narrators!
What does your reading week look like?
Do any of the books mentioned above peak your interest?
Would love to hear your thoughts!