#Pricedrop - One Endless Summer by Laurie Ellingham @LaurieEllingham - Available now for only 99p @rararesources
One Endless Summer is in the UK Kindle Summer Sale. Until 31st August it is only 99p and can be purchased here
One Endless Summer
How long can you keep a secret?
Three best friends are embarking on an all-expenses paid trip of their dreams. The only catch? Every moment will be documented on film.
Lizzie is finally ready to embrace adventure for the very first time. It’s their last three months together, but it is Lizzie’s time to finally start living!
Jaddi is known for her stunning looks, flirtatious attitude and many conquests. But Jaddi has a secret and on this last trip together she needs to decide whether her best friends will ever know the real her.
Samantha has always been the ‘grown up’ of the group, the one with a five year plan. What Lizzie and Jaddi don’t know is that Sam is trapped, and her perfect life isn’t quite what it seems…
As they trek across the globe Lizzie, Jaddi and Samantha must come to terms with loss, love and trusting one another. But will it all be too late…
‘Speechless at just how breathtaking this book really is.’ Rachel Gilbey
’Mind-blowing, enchanting, heart-breaking, moving, spell-binding and emotional.’ The Writing Garnet
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Author Bio –
When I am not running around after my two children, my husband, our cockerpoo Rodney, or just plain running, I love nothing more than disappearing into the fictional world of my characters, preferably with a large coffee and a slab of chocolate cake to hand. I have a degree in Psychology and a background in Public relations, both of which help me in everything I do.
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Cover Reveal for THE SILENT SISTER by Shalini Boland #CoverReveal #TheSilentSister @bookouture @ShaliniBoland
THE SILENT SISTER by Shalini Boland - publishing on 16th July
She used to be your best friend. Now she’s your worst enemy.
When Lizzy Beresford discovers a threatening letter addressed to her, the words on the old, tattered paper chill her to the bone. But who sent it? Living in pretty cottage in a quiet country village, Lizzy’s never made any enemies in her life…
Except her sister.
Lizzy hasn’t spoken to Emma in years. Not since the argument which tore their relationship apart. Would her sister really want to cause her harm after all this time?
As Lizzy receives more disturbing messages, she begins to doubt those closest to her – her boyfriend, her best friend, her neighbours.
Because the mystery sender seems to know everything about her. And after a series of malicious incidents, it’s clear they won’t stop until they’ve destroyed her life.
Lizzy knows she must confront her sister. But can she trust her? And will she realise the shocking truth, before it’s too late?
From the bestselling author of The Secret Mother and The Child Next Door, this utterly addictive psychological thriller will have you gasping at every twist and will make you question everyone you know. If you loved Gone Girl, The Girl on the Train and The Sister this book is for you.
About the author:
Shalini lives in Dorset, England with her husband, two children and their cheeky terrier cross. Before kids, she was signed to Universal Music Publishing as a singer/songwriter, but now she spends her days writing psychological thrillers (in between school runs and hanging out endless baskets of laundry).
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I am thrilled to be able to share with you, the Prologue from - DYING TRUTH by Angela Marsons. @Bookouture @writerangie
DYING TRUTH by Angela Marsons: A completely gripping crime thriller (Detective Kim Stone Crime Thriller Series Book 8).
How far would you go to protect your darkest secrets?
When teenager Sadie Winter jumps from the roof of her school, her death is ruled as suicide – a final devastating act from a troubled girl. But then the broken body of a young boy is discovered at the same school and it’s clear to Detective Kim Stone that these deaths are not tragic accidents.
As Kim and her team begin to unravel a dark web of secrets, one of the teachers could hold the key to the truth. Yet just as she is about to break her silence, she is found dead.
With more children’s lives at risk, Kim has to consider the unthinkable - whether a fellow pupil could be responsible for the murders. Investigating the psychology of children that kill brings the detective into contact with her former adversary, Dr Alex Thorne – the sociopath who has made it her life’s work to destroy Kim.
Desperate to catch the killer, Kim finds a link between the recent murders and an initiation prank that happened at the school decades earlier. But saving these innocent lives comes at a cost – and one of Kim’s own might pay the ultimate price.
The utterly addictive new crime thriller from the Number One bestselling author – you will be gripped until the final shocking twist.
Did you know, that if you haven't read any books from this series, you can buy all 8 books for your kindle for less than £15. AMAZING!
Dying Truth by Angela Marsons
Saturday 7.52 p.m.
Kim knew that her left leg was broken.
She pulled herself along the path on her hands as the stone bit into her palms, shards of gravel embedding beneath her fingernails.
A cry escaped her lips as her ankle turned and pain shot around her body.
Sweat beads were forming on her forehead as the agony intensified.
Finally, she saw the light from the building as three familiar shapes hurtled out of the doorway.
All three of them headed towards the bell tower.
‘Nooo…’ she cried, as loudly as she could.
No one turned.
Don’t go up there, she willed silently, trying to pull herself towards them.
‘Stop,’ she shouted out as they entered the metal doorway at the base of the tower.
Kim tried to still the panic as they disappeared from view.
‘Damn it,’ she screamed with frustration, unable to reach them in time.
She gathered all her strength and pushed herself up to a standing position, trying to drag her broken leg behind her as though it didn’t exist.
Two steps forward and the pain radiated through her body like a tidal wave and brought her back down to the ground. She gagged as the nausea rose from her stomach and her head began to swim.
She shouted again but the figures had disappeared from view and were now in the belly of the tower, behind solid brick, mounting the stone steps to the top.
‘Please, someone help,’ she screamed, but there was no one to hear. She was a good eighty metres away from the school, and she had never felt so helpless in her life.
She glanced at her wrist and saw that it was three minutes to eight.
The bell was due to be rung bang on the hour.
The fear started in the pit of her stomach and grew like a cloud to fill her entire body.
She struggled forward another agonising step, dragging her useless leg behind her.
Torchlight illuminated the top of the tower.
Damn it, they were already there.
‘Stop,’ she cried again, praying that one of them would hear her even though she knew her voice wouldn’t carry that distance.
The shafts of light moved furtively around the tower balcony ninety feet up in the air.
She saw a fourth figure amongst the three that were familiar to her.
The watch on her wrist vibrated the top of the hour. The bell didn’t ring.
Please God, let them get down.
Her prayer was cut off as she heard a loud scream.
Two people were hanging from the bell rope, swinging back and forth, in and out of the torchlight that darted around the small space.
Kim squinted, trying to identify the two silhouettes, but they were too far away.
She tried to regulate her breathing in order to shout again, even though she knew no kind of warning would help them now.
Her worst fears had been realised.
‘Please, please…’ Kim whispered as she saw the bell rope swing back and forth once more.
One figure was snatched from the bell rope as the second continued to swing.
‘No,’ Kim screamed, trying to carry herself forward towards them.
The fear inside had turned ice cold, freezing her solid.
For a few seconds time stood still. The saliva in her mouth had gone leaving her unable to speak or shout.
Kim felt the ache that started in her heart when the remaining figure and the swinging bell rope disappeared from view.
Her ears suddenly filled with a blood-curdling, tortured scream.
But no one else was around.
The scream came from her.
How awesome does that sound? I am sooo looking forward to this book.
The Girl Before by JP Delaney Available now in Paperback. #JPDelaney #TheGirlBefore @quercusbooks #Blogtour
Enter the world of One Folgate Street and discover perfection... but can you pay the price?
Then Reeling from a violent break-in, Emma wants a home where she feels safe. Nowhere is quite right until the agent suggests One Folgate Street: ‘It’s not a place that would suit everyone, the landlord is very particular...’ The house is extraordinary, breathtaking but it comes with a set of rules enforced by the enigmatic architect owner. Emma promises her boyfriend Simon that everything will be different when they move in.
Now Jane is looking for a fresh start and the blank canvas of One Folgate Street seems to offer just that. Not to mention that the architect Edward Monkton is rather attractive. But once she moves in strange things begin to happen and Emma’s past and Jane’s present become inexorably entwined.
‘A girl thriller that outdoes Paula Hawkins’ Sunday Times
The Girl Before is the first psychological thriller from JP Delaney, a pseudonym for a writer who has previously written bestselling fiction under other names. It is being published in thirty-five countries. A film version is being brought to the screen by Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard ( A Beautiful Mind ).
Thrilled to be able to share with you this extract from The Girl Before by JP Delaney
“That’s the last one.” The estate agent, whose name is Camilla, drums
her fingers on the steering wheel of her Smart car. “So really, it’s time
to make up our minds.”
I sigh. The flat we’ve just viewed, in a run-down mansion block off
West End Lane, is the only one in my price range. And I’d just about
persuaded myself it was all right – ignoring the peeling wallpaper, the
faint smell of someone else’s cooking seeping up from the flat below,
the poky bedroom and the mould spattered across the unventilated
bathroom – until I’d heard a bell being rung nearby, an old-fashioned
hand bell, and the place was suddenly filled with the noise of children.
Going to the window, I found myself looking down at a school. I could
see into a room being used by a toddler group, the windows hung
with cut-outs of paper bunnies and geese. A familiar pain tugged at
“I think I’ll pass on this one,” I managed to say.
“Really?” Camilla seemed surprised. “Is it the school? The previous
tenants said they rather liked the sound of children playing.”
“Though not so much they decided to stay.” I turned away. “Shall
Now, Camilla leaves a long, tactical silence as she drives us back
to her office. Eventually she says, “If nothing we saw today took your
fancy, we might have to think about upping your budget.”
“Unfortunately, my budget can’t budge,” I say drily, looking out of
“Then you might have to be a bit less picky,” she says tartly.
“About that last one. There are… personal reasons why I can’t live
next to a school. Not right now.”
I see her eyes going to my stomach, still a little flabby from my
pregnancy, and her eyes widen as she makes the connection. “Oh,” she
says. Camilla isn’t quite as dim as she looks, for which I’m grateful.
She doesn’t need me to spell it out.
Instead, she seems to come to a decision.
“Look, there is one other place. We’re not really meant to show
it without the owner’s express permission, but occasionally we do
anyway. It freaks some people out, but personally I think it’s amazing.”
“An amazing property on my budget? We’re not talking about a
houseboat, are we?”
“God, no. Almost the opposite. A modern building in Hendon. A
whole house – only one bedroom, but loads of space. The owner is
the architect. He’s actually really famous. Do you ever buy clothes at
“Wanderer…” In my previous life, when I had money and a proper,
well-paid job, I did sometimes go into the Wanderer shop on Bond
Street, a terrifyingly minimalist space where a handful of eye-wateringly
expensive dresses were laid out on thick stone slabs like
sacrificial virgins and the sales assistants all dressed in black kimonos.
“The Monkford Partnership designs all their stores. He’s what they
call a techno-minimalist or something. Lots of hidden gadgetry, but otherwise
everything’s completely bare.” She shoots me a look. “I should
warn you, some people find his style a bit austere.”
“I can cope with that.”
“Yes?” I prompt when she doesn’t go on.
“It’s not a straightforward landlord-tenant agreement,” she says
“I think,” she says, flicking down her indicator and moving into the
left hand lane, “we should take a look at the property first, see if you
fall in love with it. Then I’ll explain the drawbacks.”
Have you seen the cover for Deadly Secrets by Robert Bryndza? Well now is your chance. #CoverReveal @RobertBryndza @Bookouture
#CoverReveal #DeadlySecrets @RobertBryndza @Bookouture
How amazing is that cover. OMG I love it.
To commit the perfect murder, you need the perfect cover.
On a cold icy morning, a mother wakes to find her daughter’s blood-soaked body frozen to the road. Who would carry out such a horrific killing on the victim’s doorstep?
Straight off her last harrowing case, Detective Erika Foster is feeling fragile but determined to lead the investigation. As she sets to work, she finds reports of assaults in the same quiet South London suburb where the woman was killed. One chilling detail links them to the murder victim – they were all attacked by a figure in black wearing a gas mask.
Erika is on the hunt for a killer with a terrifying calling card. The case gets more complicated when she uncovers a tangled web of secrets surrounding the death of the beautiful young woman.
Yet just as Erika begins to piece the clues together, she is forced to confront painful memories of her past. Erika must dig deep, stay focused and find the killer. Only this time, one of her own is in terrible danger…
From the global million-copy bestselling author comes a totally heart-racing, hold-your-breath read that will keep you hooked until the very last page.
This is one book I am really looking forward to, available now for pre order.
About the author:
Robert Bryndza is the author of the international #1 bestseller The Girl in the Ice, which is the first in his Detective Erika Foster series.
The Night Stalker, Dark Water and Last Breath are the second, third, and fourth books in the series, and the fifth book, Cold Blood has just been published.
Robert's books have sold over 2 million copies and have been translated into 27 languages.
In addition to writing crime fiction, Robert has published a bestselling series of romantic comedy novels. He is British and lives in Slovakia.
You can find out more about the author at www.robertbryndza.com and on Twitter and Instagram @RobertBryndza
Check out this amazing book cover, with this Cover Reveal for Shalini Boland’s The Child Next Door. #CoverReveal #ShaliniBoland #TheChildNextDoor @bookouture @ShaliniBoland
But first let's find out what the book is about.
THE CHILD NEXT DOOR: AN UNPUTDOWNABLE PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER WITH A BRILLIANT TWIST
‘Thrilling, intense. Readers of The Girl on the Train and Gone Girl will love Shalini Boland.’ Red Adept
‘Don’t take my baby.’
Kirstie Rawlings is jolted awake by a child crying. Racing up the stairs to check on her new-born, she is plunged into every parents’ worst nightmare.
She hears an unknown male voice in the baby monitor. Is someone trying to steal her little girl?
In the bedroom, her daughter is safe asleep in her cot. But the voice must be coming from a nearby house. And there aren’t any other children living on her quiet country road…
The police don’t believe her. And neither does her husband.
Kirstie knows something isn’t right. She thought she could trust her neighbours, now she isn’t sure. As she unravels the secrets of the people living on her street, Kirstie’s perfect life begins to fall apart.
Because someone is hiding a terrible lie. And they will do anything to stop Kirstie uncovering the truth. But is the danger closer to home than she thinks?
From the top ten bestselling author of The Secret Mother, this completely gripping psychological thriller will make you wonder what really goes on behind closed doors. And will keep you guessing from the first page until the final shocking twist.
How awesome is that cover!
If you need something to read before this book comes out, then why not try this one.