*Cover Reveal* Inside The Whispers by A. J. Waines

Hi everyone,

Today I am SUPER EXCITED to bring you a cover reveal from none other than A.J. Waines!!! I read and loved No Longer Safe by A.J. Waines so I was thrilled to be asked to take part in the cover reveal for her forthcoming book, Inside The Whispers! 🙂

And without further ado, I give you the cover…….


How awesome is that?! I am LOVING the tagline, it sounds right up my street!!! 

Inside The Whispers is available to pre-order NOW!!! Just click the links below! 😉

Inside The Whispers- UK Amazon

Inside The Whispers- Amazon US


I cannot wait to read this book!!! How brilliant does this synopsis sound?

Inside the Whispers

A J Waines

Where the most Dangerous place – is inside your own head…


Following a London Tube disaster, three traumatised survivors turn to clinical psychologist, Dr Samantha Willerby, for help – but she’s mystified when their stories don’t add up. Her confusion turns to horror when one by one, instead of recovering, they start committing suicide.


When her partner, Conrad, begins to suffer the same terrifying flashbacks, Sam is desperate to find out what is causing them and a mysterious and chilling crime begins to unravel.


Then the flashbacks begin for Sam…


The first book in the Dr Samantha Willerby Series, INSIDE THE WHISPERS is a tense, haunting Psychological Thriller that will leave your nerves in shreds.


Happy reading! 🙂


Weekly Wrap Up May 29th

I know I said last week’s wrap up would be short, but I’m thinking this one will be too! 😁 I’m not joking when I say I and WAAAAAAAAAAAAAY behind on my blog posts! At the moment, I have 16 posts and reviews to be done 😱This week was a good week reading-wise, I managed to read 3 books which brings my reads so far this year up to 82! 😊 

I read:

  • Montecristo by Martin Suter 

  • Outside Looking In by Michael Wood

  • The Night Stalker by Robert Bryndza

All three were brilliant! I’m on the blog tour for both Robert and Michael’s books, but you can read a teaser review for Michael’s book HERE!!!

Also this week, I featured a post from author Nick Quantrill about Unorthodox Protagonists and you can catch up on that post by clicking the link below!

The Dead Can’t Talk… But Nick Quantrill can!

Lastly, this evening, I got to take part in a cover reveal for Tim Lebbon’s new book, The Family Man and you can click the link below to check it out!

The Family Man by TJ Lebbon

I don’t have a lot of bookish news! Naturally I’ve been adding books left right and centre to my TBR through various means, so I’m pretty sure that my book haul post next week will be quite large! 😂 30 books for turning 30 has a lot to answer for! 😉

I’ve got two blog tours next week too so keep an eye out for them!

  • Deadly Harvest by Michael Stanley on Thursday June 2nd
  • My Girl by Jack Jordan Friday June 3rd

So that’s pretty much it for my wrap up I think! I’m off to the laptop to catch up on my posts! Wish me luck 😂📚

*Cover Reveal* TJ Lebbon The Family Man

 Super excited to be taking part in a cover reveal for Avon Books today! 

Feast your eyes on this beauty 😍 




About the book:


Publishing in eBook and Paperback: 11th August 2016


You take ONE risk. Now, those you love must pay …


Dom Turner is a dependable husband, a loving father. A man you can rely on. But it only takes one day to destroy a seemingly perfect life.

Emma thought she could trust her husband, Dom. She thought he would always look after her and their daughter Daisy….

Then one reckless act ends in two innocent deaths – and Dom’s family becomes the target of a terrifying enemy.
There’s nowhere to hide. They’re on the run for their lives. And if Dom makes one more wrong move, he won’t have a family left to protect.


You can PREORDER The Family Man by clicking on the link below!

 The Family Man by T.J. Lebbon

*Cover Reveal* The Bird Tribunal by Agnes Ravatn

Today on Bibliophile Book Club I’m SUPER excited to be able to share the cover reveal for The Bird Tribunal by Agnes Ravatn.

Publisher and all round wonderful lady, Karen Sullivan at Orenda Books emailed me asking would I like to share this because she knows me and my love of Scandi books so well!!! Of course I had to say yes because it looks and sounds AMAZING!!!

Feast your eyes on this beauty…


(With none other than Orenda’s own Amanda Jennings quoted on the cover!!!)

Now for the all important information about The Bird Tribunal by Agnes Ravatn.


A stunning, Rebecca-esque psychological thriller from one of Norway’s most acclaimed young writers

Two people in exile. Two secrets. As the past tightens its grip, there may be no escape…


TV presenter Allis Hagtorn leaves her partner and her job to take voluntary exile in a remote house on an isolated fjord. But her new job as housekeeper and gardener is not all that it seems, and her silent, surly employer, 44-year-old Sigurd Bagge, is not the old man she expected. As they await the return of his wife from her travels, their silent, uneasy encounters develop into a chilling, obsessive relationship, and it becomes clear that atonement for past sins may not be enough…


Haunting, consuming and powerful, The Bird Tribunal is a taut, exquisitely written psychological thriller that builds to a shocking, dramatic crescendo that will leave you breathless.

Agnes Ravatn (b. 1983) is an author and columnist. She made her literary début with the novel Week 53 (Veke 53) in 2007. Since then she has written three critically acclaimed and award-winning essay collections: Standing still (Stillstand), 2011, Popular Reading(Folkelesnad), 2011, and Operation self-discipline (Operasjon sjøldisiplin), 2014. In these works Ravatn shows her unique, witty voice and sharp eye for human fallibility. Her second novel, The Bird Tribunal (Fugletribuanlet), 2013, is a strange and captivating story about shame, guilt and atonement. Ravatn received the cultural radio P2’s listener’s prize for this novel, a popular and important prize in Norway, in addition to The Youth’s Critic’s Prize. The Bird Tribunal was also made into a successful play, which premiered in Oslo in 2015.

The Bird Tribunal by Agnes Ravatn is translated by Rosie Hedger (on Twitter@rosie_hedger)


I can only speak for myself here, but The Bird Tribunal sounds absolutely brilliant. I cannot wait to read it, especially considering my love of all things Scandinavian in fiction!!! 🙂

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