#IncidentReport | #BookReview | THE HOUSE by Simon Lelic @Simon_Lelic (November 2nd 2017, Penguin UK @PenguinRHUK)

THE HOUSE by Simon Lelic
2nd November 2017, Penguin UK


What if your perfect home turned out to be the scene of the perfect crime?

Londoners Jack and Syd moved into the house a year ago. It seemed like their dream home: tons of space, the perfect location, and a friendly owner who wanted a young couple to have it.

So when they made a grisly discovery in the attic, Jack and Syd chose to ignore it. That was a mistake.

Because someone has just been murdered. Right outside their back door.

And now the police are watching them…

My Adam gifted THE HOUSE to me for Christmas after hearing an interview with the author on BBC Radio 2 as part of their book club back in December. Now, my Adam doesn’t really pay much attention when I start whittling on about books. He’s not a reader. He paints, crafts and builds. He does listen enough when I tell him about the Stephen King or Jo Nesbo I’ve just read!

After months of nagging at me, I finally picked this book up and got stuck in. Finishing the first chapter (written from the perspective of Jack), I’m thinking “Ok. I see where this book is going.”. BIG mistake as when I turned to the second chapter (which is the start of Sydney’s perspective) and was blown away. This is already like no book I have never read before. The way this book is written is very clever and had me glued to each page.

I was mistaken thinking that this book would have a paranormal element to it. Similar to COLD HOUSE ON THE HILL by Peter James. However, THE HOUSE plays more in the suspense zone. I was kept on the edge of my seat. I tried to be cocky, thinking that I had it all figured out. But as always, I was wrong.

Jack and Sydney, to me are unreliable narrators. I felt like I wasn’t being told the full story…led down the garden path so to speak. This made THE HOUSE all the more interesting to me. My interest and attention remained throughout and I could not get enough!

All in, a very intelligent novel. One that will keep you guessing until the very end!
You can buy THE HOUSE from the following booksellers (and obviously many more!)

Amazon (UK) | Amazon (US)



#IncidentReport | #BookReview | THE TRAP (The Butlers #1) by Kimberley Chambers @kimbochambers (February 1st 2013, Harper Collins UK @HarperCollinsUK)

THE TRAP (The Butlers #1) by Kimberley Chambers
1st February 2013, Harper Collins UK

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The heir to Martina Cole’s crown with a story of murder, the underworld, violence and treachery.

The Butlers are the kings of the East End

Vinny and Roy Butler are the apple of their mum’s eye. Queenie knows they can play dirty, but when it comes to family they look after business and make her proud. Nothing and no one can bring them down.

Brotherly love

But Vinny seems to have crossed the wrong person and his cards are marked. And with the brothers joined at the hip, Roy may just be in the firing line too…

Deadly rivals

One bloody night sets Vinny on the path of desperate vengeance, but will the Butlers emerge stronger than ever, or is the East End code of honour as good as dead?

Funny story – a year or so ago, I purchased a book called THE WRONGED. Loved the blurb for it and after my stint of reading the Kaz Phelps series by Susan Wilkins, I was ready for more gritty East End London gangland crime fiction. The horror when I went onto Goodreads to find out THE WRONGED is the THIRD book in a series featuring the Butler family.

On my shelf that booked lived until I finally pulled my finger out and purchased the first book in this series; THE TRAP. I had a sneaky suspiction that I was going to love this book from the get go. After my recent Martina Cole binge and reading about the Krays – I was ready for this book!

Vinny Butler is one of those characters we love to hate. He is Freddie Jackson. He is Aidan O’Hara and every other East End bad man that we read about in this genre. Vinny is cold, heartless, selfish, arrogant, dangerous…a real arsehole. But I couldn’t help but love his character as well! His unpredictable nature makes for an exciting read! Assuming the position as the man of the family, looking after an ever growing brood whilst becoming a force to be reckoned with, not too dissimilar with the Kray Twins (which interestingly, this book is set in the same time).

Short chapters and paragraphs and ever changing character perspectives keep the pace moving along for me that kept me engaged in all of the drama and the characters themselves. Each character for me was written perfectly. It could be easy to lose your way with how many to remember, but this is where Kim’s writing stands out.

This is my first Kimberley Chambers read and after devouring THE TRAP, I now need to get my hands on PAYBACK as soon as humanly possible!

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#IncidentReport | #BookReview | DEAD TOMORROW (Roy Grace #5) by Peter James @peterjamesuk (December 1st 2009, Pan Macmillan @panmacmillan)

DEAD TOMORROW (Roy Grace #5) by Peter James
1st December 2009, Pan Macmillan

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*Lynn gripped the sides of the armchair, trying to put aside her own inner terror. ‘I can’t believe I’m thinking this, Ross. I’m not a violent person, even before Caitlin’s influence, I never even liked killing flies in my kitchen. Now I’m sitting here actually willing some stranger to die.’*

The body of a teenager dredged from the seabed off the coast of Sussex is found to be missing its vital organs. Soon two more young bodies are found.

Caitlin Beckett, a fifteen-year-old in Brighton, will die if she does not receive an urgent liver transplant. When the health system threatens to let her down, Lynn, her mother, turns in panic to the internet and discovers a broker who can provide her with a black-market organ – but at a price.

As Superintendent Roy Grace investigates the recovered bodies, he unearths the trail of a gang of child traffickers operating from Eastern Europe. Soon Grace and his team will find themselves in a race against time to save the life of a young street kid, while a desperate mother will stop at nothing to save her daughter’s life…

With the last line of Dead Man’s Footsteps (number 4 in the Roy Grace Series) I was very eager to jump right into book 5.

Unfortunately I was a little disappointed in the fact that Sandy is only briefly mentioned in a will they won’t they moment and we didn’t really get any more answers. However that being said it didn’t take any of the enjoyment out of the story.

I like the way that Peter manages to find different subjects to write about. Although murder is the ultimately the theme, the reasons for murder are always surprising and a little bit shocking at times. Dead Tomorrow was a lot of the latter. Although certain points are written from the killer’s perspective so we know who the culprits are it doesn’t take anything away from the story.

We see a lot more of the side characters in this instalment, mostly Roy’s colleagues but I enjoyed getting to know some of them better and I hope this continues on in the other books. There is also a glimpse of Roy’s personal life, Sandy aside. I feel that the fact we are beginning to see Roy moving on from his ex wife may lead to explosions personally for Roy further down the line.

Dead Tomorrow had me sat at the edge of my seat eager to keep reading to find out where all the different roads lead and how the characters become entwined.

It kept me guessing right until the very end as the story doesn’t come together until the last 5%. I was surprised by the end, it was not how I expected it to finish and I was a little sad but I liked the fact that it was surprising and not predictable.

You can buy DEAD TOMORROW (Roy Grace #5) from the following booksellers (and obviously many more!)

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#BlogBlitz| #BookReview | #IncidentReport | UNCOMMON CRUELTY (DI Gus McGuire #4) by Liz Mistry @LizCrimeWarp ‏ (April 14th 2018, Bloodhound Books @Bloodhoundbook)

Welcome to my stop on this Blog Tour for the release of UNCOMMON CRUELTY, which is the fourth book in the DI Gus McGuire series by Liz Mistry.

I would like to say that it is truly my pleasure to be invited onto this blog tour! Particular thanks to Sarah Hardy, Bloodhound Books and of course the lovely Liz Mistry who gifted me an early copy of UNCOMMON CRUELTY. I am forever grateful and promise that the review below is 100% honest and of my own views.

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To kick off, we have the “blurb” for the book;

DI Gus McGuire and his team are called in to investigate the disappearance of a teenage boy after his parents return from a weekend away, to find their home trashed and their son missing.

But that is just the beginning.

As the investigation unfolds, Gus must discover what links a violent bikers’ gang, a Muslim youth group and a fundamentalist American based Christian church.

Alongside this, two cases from the past come back to haunt DI Gus McGuire and his DS, Alice Cooper.

Gus has a lot to juggle, but will he cope?

Uncommon Cruelty is the fourth in the DI Gus McGuire series set in Bradford West Yorkshire and is a gritty, Northern Noir read.

So, want to know what I thought?;

Another book feautring DI Gus McGuire. Set in Bradford (my home town!). Police procedural. Unexplained deaths. This book had everything I needed from the very get go and it did not disappoint!

There are so many different ‘plays’ in this book, you would think it difficult to keep up with everything that is going on. What Liz has been able to do is bring the same magic from previous books to allow for an organic style of story telling. The pacing is just right that we follow the action throughout – but don’t get bored or lost in quieter moments.

Each character was written extrememly well and I made a connection with them all. Liz was able to get into our killers mind, find what makes him tick and exploit that to make for some pretty compelling reading. It was uncomfortable at times to read, but this was deliberate in a way to make us both despise the killer, but also on some level – understand what their motives were.

What did grab me was the twist towards the end of book. It shocked me, which is no bad thing, but it helped bring closure to a past crime which until now was always dismissed as a tragic accident.

A cracking read and after the extract from the next book at the end ….I’m keen beans to get my hands on the next installment!

About Liz Mistry;

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As well as writing crime fiction, Liz is co-founder of and main contributor to The Crime Warp blog, which reviews all areas of crime fiction, interviews crime authors and participates in blog tours.  She is the main publicist for the blog, using social media to promote their presence.

Liz is an ex teacher who has taught in inner city Bradford schools for over twenty years.  Her husband of nearly 30 years is Indian and they have three children.  They live in inner city Bradford and Liz likes to use the rich tapestry of her life in Bradford, combined with her Scottish heritage, in her writing.

In Sept 2017 she is starting a PHD In Creative Writing, researching crime fiction and social media.

Liz also teaches creative writing, specifically within the crime fiction genre.

You can buy UNCOMMON CRUELTY from the following booksellers;

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#IncidentReport | #BookReview | #TrueCrime | THE PROFESSION OF VIOLENCE: The Notorious True Story of the Kray Twins by John George Pearson (August 13th 2015, William Collins @HarperCollinsUK)

THE PROFESSION OF VIOLENCE: The Notorious True Story of the Kray Twins by John George Pearson
13th August 2015, Harper Collins UK (First Published in 1972)


The classic, bestselling account of the infamous Kray twins which will be brought to the main screen this autumn as Legend, a film directed by Academy Award winner Brian Helgeland and starring Tom Hardy. Also published as ‘The Profession of Violence’.

Reggie and Ronnie Kray ruled London’s gangland during the 60s with a ruthlessness and viciousness that shocks even now. Building an empire of organised crime that has never been matched, the brothers swindled, extorted and terrorised – while enjoying a glittering celebrity status at the heart of the swinging 60s scene, until their downfall and imprisonment for life.


No point in beating around the bush here. I watched the movie LEGEND recently with that there Tom Hardy portraying both the Kray twins (Reggie and Ronnie for those who have ZERO clue!) and I bloody LOVED it! Then came that annoying niggle afterwards of wanting to learn more about the infamous twins.

Nearly every one in Britain has heard of the Krays. They may not know too much, but they know the basics. Two brothers (twins!) who ruled London in the 1960s with a ruthless flair of business of violence, instilling a fear in all of those they came into contact with. When it comes to details, some folk know and some folk don’t. This is where John Pearson’s book; THE PROFESSION OF VIOLENCE comes in.

This book takes us right back to the beginning of the twins story – with their parents and ends with their sentencing in the late 1960’s which will see them spend the rest of their lives spent at Her Majesty’s pleasure!

I found this book fascinating from the first pages – there is so much to learn about the pair that you sometimes feel 300+ pages cannot do justice. There will be so many stories that weren’t included in this book that will get me reaching for the next tale! In places, I found myself doubting whether certain things took place, but then they are so over the top that you believe it! John really had a privilege in bringing this story to the public. The scandal surrounding the initial release of this book makes for a more interesting read and thankfully as time passes and certain figures are no longer with us, more of their story has been included.

I think it’s time to watch the film again……

You can buy THE PROFESSION OF VIOLENCE: The Notorious True Story of the Kray Twins from the following booksellers (and obviously many more!)

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#IncidentReport | #BookReview | DEAD MAN’S FOOTSTEPS (Roy Grace #4) by Peter James @peterjamesuk (December 5th 2008, Pan Macmillan @panmacmillan)

DEAD MAN’S FOOTSTEPS (Roy Grace #4) by Peter James
5th December 2008, Pan Macmillan

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“Abby stepped in the lift and the doors closed with a sound like a shovel smoothing gravel. She breathed in the smell of someone else’s perfum, and lemon-scented cleaning fluid. The lift jerked upwards a few inches. And now, too late to change her mind and get out, with the metal walls pressing in around her, they lunged sharply downwards. Abby was about to realize she had just made the worst mistake of her life . . . ”

Amid the tragic unfolding mayhem of the morning of 9/11, failed Brighton businessman and ne’er-do-well Ronnie Wilson sees the chance of a lifetime, to shed his debts, disappear and reinvent himself in another country. Six years later, the discovery of the skeletal remains of a woman’s body in a storm drain in Brighton, leads Detective Superintendent Roy Grace on an enquiry spanning the globe, and into a desperate race against time to save the life of a woman being hunted down like an animal in the streets and alleys of Brighton.

From the 1st page of this book you are hooked. I loved the way it switched from 2001 to 2007. As a reader you know they will be linked but I was sat on the edge of my seat to see how all the roads came together.

Based in 3 countries, the U.K, New York and Australia this book is never boring. All I wanted to do was just keep reading, every chapter seemed to have another cliffhanger.

I also liked that this book was based around stamps. I know next to nothing about stamps and their value so it was great to read a little about it. I found it quite an interesting subject to write a crime novel around but it really helped to make it feel fresh and enjoyable.

Roy Grace is very likeable as a main character. He has flaws like any human but I feel that makes him seem more human and definitely easier to resonate with. His personal life seems to get put on the back burner in this instalment but it is mentioned and I feel may get more intriguing in the rest of the books.

Lots of our favourite side characters are back too. Glenn Branson seems to get more of a involvement in this book as we see him grow as a detective. We are also introduced to Cassian Pewe who I feel we will grow to dislike as the books progress.

Lastly we need to talk about that ending! I can imagine if you read this when it was first released you would have thrown this book at the wall, i nearly did and that was knowing I have book 5 ready and waiting

What a sentence to end with! I hope book 5 has some answers to follow that on.


You can buy DEAD MAN’S FOOTSTEPS (Roy Grace #4) from the following booksellers (and obviously many more!)

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#BlogTour| #BookReview | #IncidentReport | 88 NORTH (Nadia Laksheva Spy Thriller #3) by J.F. Kirwan (March 17th 2017, HQ Digital @HQDigitalUK @rararesources)

Welcome to my stop on this Blog Tour for the release of 88 NORTH (Nadia Laksheva Spy Thriller #3) by J.F. Kirwan.

I would like to say that it is truly my pleasure to be invited onto this blog tour! Particular thanks to Rachel @ Rachel’s Random Resources and J.F. Kirwan who gifted me an early copy of 88 NORTH (Nadia Laksheva Spy Thriller #3). I am forever grateful and promise that the review below is 100% honest and of my own views.

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To kick off, we have the “blurb” for the book;

The deadliest kind of assassin is one who is already dying…

As the radiation poisoning that Nadia Laksheva was exposed to in Chernobyl takes hold of her body, she knows she has mere weeks to live. But Salamander, the terrorist who murdered her father and sister has a deadly new plan to ‘make the sky bleed’. Nadia is determined to stop him again, even if it is the last thing she ever does…

The only clue she has are the coordinates 88˚ North, a ridge in the Arctic right and one of the largest oil fields in the world, three thousand metres below the ice. If Salamander takes hold of the oil field, he could change the climate of the whole planet for generations to come.

But can Nadia stop him before her own time runs out?

So, want to know what I thought?

I’m rather sad that this series has come to an end 😦 I have been feeding my hunger for more spy thrillers of late and the Nadia Laksheva trilogy has not disappointed. If anything, it has opened up a new sub-genre for me that I am eager to continue to explore.

As from the blurb – Nadia is in a race against time to stop Salamander before she succumbs to the radiation poisoning. Be warned! There is a fair amount of violence in this instalment – but it lends itself to the story and is not over the top for the sake of it. The way it has been written gives us all the detail and action of the scene, without it becoming gratuitous purely for the shock factor.

A great ending to what has been a superb trilogy! I am looking forward to reading more of J.F.Kirwan’s work in the future!

About J.F. Kirwan;

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J. F. Kirwan is the author of the Nadia Laksheva thriller series for HarperCollins. Having worked in accident investigation and prevention in nuclear, offshore oil and gas and aviation sectors, he uses his experience of how accidents initially build slowly, then race towards a climax, to plot his novels.

An instructor in both scuba diving and martial arts, he travels extensively all over the world, and loves to set his novels in exotic locations. He is also an insomniac who writes in the dead of night. His favourite authors include Lee Child, David Baldacci and Andy McNab.

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#IncidentReport | #BookReview | BETRAYAL by Martina Cole @MartinaCole (October 20th 2016, Headline @headlinepg)

BETRAYAL by Martina Cole
20th October 2016, Headline


Survival. It’s all down to who you trust.

Aiden O’Hara has been head of the family since he was kid, and he’s going to keep it that way.

Jade Dixon is the one who watches his back. Mother of his son. The one who makes him invincible.

But Jade’s been in the game a lot longer than Aiden. She knows no one’s indestructible.

And when you’re at the top, that’s when you’ve got to watch the hardest.

Especially the ones closest to you . . .

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I had an idea of what I was letting myself in for reading BETRAYAL. Martina Cole has this magic of being able to create characters and families, all with their own different traits, but blend together really well.

BETRAYAL is the second book of Martina’s I have read (I read THE TAKE early last year) and I cannot wait to devour more of her titles. There’s something about the raw, grittiness of the worlds she creates that pulls you in and pops you right in the middle of it.

Martina has the skill of creating characters that drive you crazy. Love and hate are so close in emotion and I felt this a lot with Aidan. I loved the way he fought from a young age to provide for his family as essentially the man of the house, to make a name for himself and ensure that his family was taken care of. What I didn’t like were how the power slowly starts to corrupt him and with that comes unsavoury behaviour towards both his girlfriend and his family.

The ending of this story came up quickly and out of the blue. It was that shock factor that I’m sure Martina had in mind all along. Obviously no spoilers from me, but it was the right way to end the story – given everything that took place before it.

Short, snappy chapters keep the pace of the story moving so not to get bored. This wasn’t an issue for me – I prefer shorter chapters. I find that I retain more of the story that way and don’t get bogged down with unnecessary content.

This novel did not disappoint. I was hoping for strong, no nonsense characters, a bit of violence, plenty of swearing and drama and I received that ten fold!


You can buy BETRAYAL from the following booksellers (and obviously many more…be kind to your local independant bookseller!)

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#IncidentReport | #BookReview | NOT DEAD ENOUGH (Roy Grace #3) by Peter James @peterjamesuk (June 1st 2007, Pan Macmillan @panmacmillan)

NOT DEAD ENOUGH (Roy Grace #3) by Peter James
1st June 2007, Pan Macmillan

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On the night Brian Bishop murdered his wife, he was sixty miles away, asleep in bed at the time. At least, that’s the way it looks to Detective Superintendent Roy Grace who is called in to investigate the kinky slaying of beautiful young Brighton socialite, Katie Bishop.

Soon, Grace starts coming to the conclusion that Bishop has performed the apparently impossible feat of being in two places at once. Has someone stolen his identity, or is he simply a very clever liar?

As Grace digs deeper behind the facade of the Bishops’ outwardly respectable lives, it starts to become clear that all is not at all as it first seemed. And then he digs just a little too far, and suddenly the fragile stability of his own troubled, private world is facing destruction . . .

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I loved being back in the world of crime and Roy Grace. Peter James definitely knows how to write a book to keep you on your toes.

These books can be a little gruesome, but I guess most books that contain murder probably are! I can never guess who the killer is and nothing is ever given away until the last fifty or so pages.

I enjoyed getting to know Roy Grace better, again we get to see more of his personal life in Not Dead Enough and how his wife’s, Sandy, disappearance is still affecting him deeply. I hope we find what actually happened to her eventually.

As someone he loves gets hurt and threatened in this instalment we begin to see just how conflicted Roy really is. Can he love another person as strongly as Sandy?

I love the way the personal is thrown in with the criminal in this book, who doesn’t enjoy romance when everything is so bleak?!

Can’t wait to take the next step into the Roy Grace saga.

You can buy NOT DEAD ENOUGH (Roy Grace #3 from the following booksellers (and obviously many more!)

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#BlogTour| #BookReview | #IncidentReport| THE PERFECT GIRLFRIEND by Karen Hamilton @KJHAuthor ‏(March 22nd 2018, Wildfire Books @headlinepg @wildfirebks)

Welcome to my stop on this Blog Tour for the release of THE PERFECT GIRLFRIEND, the debut novel from Karen Hamilton.

I would like to say that it is truly my pleasure to be invited onto this blog tour! Particular thanks to Anne Cater, Wildfire Books and of course Karen Hamilton who gifted me an early copy of THE PERFECT GIRLFRIEND. I am forever grateful and promise that the review below is 100% honest and of my own views.

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To kick off, we have the “blurb” for the book;

Juliette loves Nate. She will follow him anywhere. She’s even become a flight attendant for his airline, so she can keep a closer eye on him.

They are meant to be.

The fact that Nate broke up with her six months ago means nothing. Because Juliette has a plan to win him back. She is the perfect girlfriend. And she’ll make sure no one stops her from getting exactly what she wants.

True love hurts, but Juliette knows it’s worth all the pain…

So, want to know what I thought?

Something very special is happening in the book world and it’s only going to get bigger and better. The standard of writing coming from debut authors is mind blowing and Karen’s THE PERFECT GIRLFRIEND is no exception.

Juliette is one of those characters that you cannot help love and hate. They are so close you wonder what she is doing to your mind! I loved Juliette’s determination. She literally stops at nothing to get what she wants and I admire her willpower! If only I had a smidgen of her motivation – I would be invincible! However on the flip side, she is pretty creepy on the border of scary. Juliette stops at nothing, considers no one and is ruthless in her efforts. All in….she’s a great character!

I have so many questions about Juliette’s past. Something to me just didn’t quite sit right with her story and it’s left me wanting to know more. You find yourself coming up with different scenarios to fit why she is reacting in the way she does. THIS is how you know a book has grabbed you by the goolies without wanting to let go!

If this is Karen’s debut novel…then I am VERY excited to see what she writes next and you should be too!

About Karen Hamilton;

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“I caught the travel bug after an early childhood spent abroad (Angola, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Belgium and Italy) and have worked as cabin crew for a major airline. In 2006, my husband and I put down roots in Hampshire and four years ago, I gave up flying to raise our three sons and concentrate on my writing. Now that they are a little older, I’ve begun travelling again (as and when it’s possible) and enjoy exploring places through their fresh eyes.

The Perfect Girlfriend is my first novel (released March 2018). It is a psychological thriller about a sociopathic flight attendant, Juliette Price. The book is rooted in my work experience, but not autobiographical! I realised early on in my flying career, that the moment I changed out of uniform, I became anonymous. It made me think about the identities behind uniforms and work personas and became an idea that would later help create my protagonist.

When Juliette is dumped by her pilot boyfriend, Nate, her dreams of a ‘happy ever after’ are thrown into jeopardy. She vows to win him back, whatever it takes. She surreptitiously embeds herself into his life by adopting a new persona and securing a position as a flight attendant with the same airline. However, these are only the first steps in her master plan as she reveals just how far one woman will go to achieve her dreams.

The novel explores themes of guilt, envy and revenge.”


You can buy THE PERFECT GIRLFRIEND from the following booksellers (but as always, be kind to your local bookseller!);

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