BLOG TOUR THE LINES WE LEAVE BEHIND BY ELIZA GRAHAM

England, 1947: A young woman finds herself under close observation in an insane asylum, charged with a violent crime she has no memory of committing. As she tries to make sense of her recent past, she recalls very little.

But she still remembers wartime in Yugoslavia. There she and her lover risked everything to carry out dangerous work resisting the Germans—a heroic campaign in which many brave comrades were lost. After that, the trail disappears into confusion. How did she come to be trapped in a living nightmare?

As she struggles to piece together the missing years of her life, she will have to confront the harrowing experiences of her special-operations work and peacetime marriage. Only then can she hope to regain the vital memories that will uncover the truth: is she really a violent criminal…or was she betrayed?

Firstly a big thanks to Annabelle for my copy to review.

This is a new writer for me.

I was really intigued by the blurb and premise of the book so was excited start.

Set in a era I’m fascinated with with incredible writing this transports the reader there

Also looking at mental health which is a personal area for me.

Very historical and informative.

A stronge female lead i could identify with.

Descriptive and mysterious i highly recommend this book.

Really enjoyed this and Will be sure to read more from Eliza.

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Published 1st November

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BLOG TOUR THE INSIDER BY MARI HANNAH

‘It was the news they had all been dreading, confirmation of a fourth victim.’

When the body of a young woman is found by a Northumberland railway line, it’s a baptism of fire for the Murder Investigation Team’s newest detective duo: DCI David Stone and DS Frankie Oliver.

The case is tough by anyone’s standards, but Stone is convinced that there’s a leak in his team – someone is giving the killer a head start on the investigation. Until he finds out who, Stone can only trust his partner.

But Frankie is struggling with her own past. And she isn’t the only one being driven by a personal vendetta. The killer is targeting these women for a reason. And his next target is close to home…


Firstly a big thank you to Alainna for my copy to review.

New author to me which is always a bonus as a blogger.

Upon reading i think it became clear it was part of a series so i did feel a bit confused.

A fast paced gritty police drama packed with suspense.

A enjoyable read and will definitely be reading more from this author.

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