Well here we are it’s the 1st day of April and wishing you all a fabulous Easter weekend. I Hope you got loads of Easter eggs and books. The ever suffering Mr book review café has spoilt me, with loads of chocolate and books, so I’m one very happy book blogger. Now we’re in April please, please can we have some sunshine and warmer days, I’m really fed up with the cold and the snow now 😎. Anyway I’m digressing here as it’s the beginning of April it means it’s time to choose my book of the month for March 2018.
Now anyone who follows my blog will know I struggle to narrow it down to one book and normally end up with two or three! And this month is no exception there were two books that really stood out for me. So without further ado here they are……..
Where The Missing Go by Emma Rowley
Picking up a new book is rather like opening a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get until you sink your teeth into it, sometimes you are left feeling disappointed and yet other times you find the perfect combination and it leaves you wanting more, rather like Where The Missing Go. What a breathtakingly brilliant psychological thriller this one turned out to be I absolutely loved every twisted page. I feel I should mention it’s Emma Rowley’s debut novel, but what an exciting new voice in the psychological thriller genre and definitely an author to watch out for in the future. You can read my full review here……Where The Missing Go by Emma Rowley #BookReview @orionbooks @BenWillisUK @emma_rowley #MustReads2018
Silent Victim by Caroline Mitchell
Holy flipping moly Caroline Mitchell has only gone and written another fabulous psychological thriller that’s worthy of all the stars, it’s a MUST read. Darkly deceptive, chilling and thrilling Silent Victim has gone straight on my top reads of 2018 list. I’m a huge fan of this author I love her style of writing and her attention to detail. Whether it be crime or psychological thriller Caroline Mitchell knows how to grab the readers attention and this book is no different, from the “OMG” prologue to its nail biting conclusion I was well and truly hooked. You can read my full review here Silent Victim by Caroline Mitchell #MustReads @Caroline_writes
I have a huge TBR pile at the moment as I’m only reading approximately ONE book a week, holds head in shame, but in my defence I have a lot going on at the moment which means my reading has suffered as I’m finding it hard to concentrate. Anyway I do have some time of this month so hopefully things will improve and who knows I may even manage to read two books a week 😂😂