An exciting science-fantasy adventure that tackles some serious issues while still being incredibly fun – The Blood Trials is definitely one to get your hands on!
Another great collection of Weird supernatural tales from Handheld Press – this time all focused on archaeology!
This mystery, set in Devon in the 1930s, is a small-scale but very tight and twisty thriller that is perfect for a Sunday afternoon read!
This sweet contemporary fantasy romance is exactly my cup of tea – it’s cosy, funny, and full of love.
I’ve never read a T Kingfisher book I didn’t like, so I knew the Clocktaur War books would be good – but I was still surprised at just how good!
This mystery, originally published in 1944 and set in a military hospital during the Blitz, is a fun and fiendish puzzle with a soapy hospital drama feel!
This might be my favourite collection of Weird tales yet – a great mix of stories and subjects, with incisive character work.
If you’ve been here a while you’ll know I’m a big fan of DN Bryn’s writing, so I jumped at the chance to kick off the blog tour for their new book, Odder Still!
Listen, I see bakers and fake dating in a fantasy setting and I’m immediately sold…
This collection of classic crime short stories with Scottish links is full of variety, and perfect to dip into for some atmospheric tales…