• Book Review – Bollywood Wives – Alex Khan

    The biggest scandals happen off-camera…  Zara Das is Bollywood’s hottest property, her every move watched by the eyes of the press. Riding high from the success of a string of blockbusters, she has the world at her feet, but the scandal from her latest film threatens to dethrone her as Bollywood’s reigning queen. So when superstar director Raj Dillon stages a lavish retelling of Pride and Prejudice, moving the shoot from Mumbai’s soundstages to London, Zara knows this is the role that could put her back on top. Coming with them are the Bollywood Wives - Jackie, Sasha, and Rani - bringing their own off-screen drama. But behind the diamonds, designer clothes and seven-star hotels lies…

  • Excerpt – The Last Weekend Of The Summer by Peter Murphy

    Excerpt | The Last Weekend Of The Summer by Peter Murphy   As the truck slithered to a halt on the gravel road, Susie and Joey took off. It was one of their cottage rituals, running to Gloria who stood waving from the veranda. For the last few years, Joey had let Susie win but had always made it look like he was running as fast as he could. Johnnie and Carol sat back and watched. They always gave the kids a few moments with Gloria before they joined them. “So, what’s really going on?” Carol asked without looking over at him. “What do you mean?” “There’s a little dark…

  • Book Review – Inhuman Resources by Pierre Lemaitre

    Alain Delambre is a 57-year-old former HR executive, drained by four years of hopeless unemployment. All he is offered are small, demoralizing jobs. He has reached his very lowest ebb, and can see no way out. So when a major company finally invites him to an interview, Alain Delambre is ready to do anything, borrow money, shame his wife and his daughters and even participate in the ultimate recruitment test: a role-playing game that involves hostage-taking.

  • Book Review – The Banker’s Wife – Cristina Alger

    On an early morning in November, a couple boards a private plane bound for Geneva, flying into a storm. Soon after, it simply drops off the radar, and its wreckage is later uncovered in the Alps. Among the disappeared is Matthew Werner, a banking insider at Swiss United, a powerful offshore bank. His young widow, Annabel, is left grappling with the secrets he left behind, including an encrypted laptop and a shady client list. As she begins a desperate search for answers, she determines that Matthew’s death was no accident, and that she is now in the crosshairs of his powerful enemies.

  • New Thriller Books from the Book Fair!

    Hey, lovelies! How are you doing this weekend?  I visited the local book fair, and I had a blast! I just added two more Thrillers to my Book Collections, and they look Fan-Tas-Tick! If I like what I read, I'd come rushing back to recommend the same to you all!

  • Book Review – Those Other Women – Nicola Moriarty

    Those Other Women – Nicola Moriarty Published July 26th 2018 by William Morrow (HarperCollins) Swathi’s rating: 4/5 Verdict: A brutally honest page turner, and a must-read for contemporary women. This book had been a getaway experience from the series of crime thrillers I’ve been reading. When I read the description of this book at edelweiss, I thought it would be a change to read a contemporary women’s fiction, and my mood matches the tone of the book. So I was good to go with it. As soon as I started a few chapters, I had my doubts. Am I wasting my time on this? I’ve so many thrillers waiting for me, should…