The Library Murders blog tour round-up

Thursday 27 August, 2020

The Library Murders blog tour round-up

The Library Murders’ blog tour is over! I’ve got a couple of additional treats lined up, and hope to share more soon, but for now, I want to take a moment to thank all the brilliant bloggers who reviewed my ramblings, and Heather Fitt and Overview Media for arranging the whole thing.

And now a few highlights from the tour…

Avonna Loves Genres gives it an incredible 5 stars and calls it “as much a study of human interactions with others and the repercussions as well as a deftly plotted murder mystery.” https://t.co/l56EWJQsAa

Blogging with Carol gives it 4 stars, saying “This book is action-packed. It carries a good bit of momentum that isn’t always seen in a book of this type. It has a strong pace that carries you through the pages briskly.” https://bit.ly/32whQkm

The Word is Out awards it 4.5 out of 5 and calls it “a highly engrossing and original story which kept my interest throughout… although for lots of reasons I’m not sure I’d want to ever visit a library again!” https://bit.ly/3ba9vqI

Literacy Indulgence thought that “the plot line was brilliant - you were given just enough information to make you think about what is going on; the character development was awesome, the difference from the beginning Alyssa and the end Alyssa is astonishing, and you can’t help but love Davy!” https://t.co/WcbUQYHmBU

a href=”https://twitter.com/CharismaticCri1” target=”blank”>Tea Books & Biscuits says that it “does keep you guessing right till the end and I’d bet that not many people will be able to work out who the perpetrator is, I certainly didn’t!” https://bit.ly/3gvolcs

In Mrs Brown’s Books’ assessment, “[a] series of shootings in a library opens the book with a bang and the reader continues on this explosive journey to the final conclusion.” https://t.co/5XBHe4n71M

Simply Suze Reviews calls it “a joy to read - an intelligent, often humorous, well crafted crime thriller which will keep you turning the pages.” https://bit.ly/34C6AWs

Beyond the Books says it “ramps up the tension and doesn’t let go at all”, calling it “as far removed from a cosy murder mystery as it could be”. https://bit.ly/2EqtuF8

Once Upon a Time Book Blog “was really impressed with this story and its execution” and “will now be on the lookout for future books from” yours truly. https://t.co/AdOhk439pn

The Irresponsible Reader says “I was riveted. I found myself invested almost from page one into what happened to Alyssa, Davy and the lead detective—not just as it regards the Library Murders, but beyond that.” https://t.co/bA97acbyKh

Cheekypee Reads and Reviews says, “From start to finish this was a great read.” https://t.co/GfzoY9wGwV

Bookish Jottings gives it 4 stars out of 5 and describes it as “a brilliantly paced thriller spiced with nerve-twisting tension, spine-tingling chills and intelligent wit that will keep readers on the edge of their seats throughout.” https://bit.ly/32b3S7A

And last but certainly not least, booksbehindthetitle gives it a stupendous 5 stars and calls it “a riveting tale that will entertain, thrill and delight you.” https://t.co/n6AVIWMZxE

Thank you one and all!

And for those of you who’ve had their appetites whetted by these reviews, you can grab a copy of The Library Murders on Kindle at the early bird price of £1.99/$2.99 on Amazon!


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