Category humour

#BookReview – THE BULLET THAT MISSED by Richard Osman (Thursday Murder Club #3) #HumerousMurderMystery

I’ve loved this series from the start – see my reviews of the earlier volumes: All I’m going to say is that I’m waiting eagerly for the next. I realise they might not be everybody’s cup of tea, but they are definitely mine! Blurb It is an ordinary Thursday and things should finally be returning […]

Update and #BookReview, The Man who Died Twice (The Thursday Murder Club 2), by Richard Osman #HumourousMurderMystery

As I suspected, I haven’t been up to much for the last week, following my second hip replacement of the year. The op went absolutely fine, and the hip feels great. Me, not so much. Having two full sedations in less than 6 months did not suit my body. I was fine for the first […]

#BookReview THE THURSDAY MURDER CLUB by Richard Osman #HumorousDarkComedy

I’ve had so much to share since early December, what with my latest release – book #4 of my Five Kingdoms series, THE PRINCE’S HEIR – results from my BookBub featured deal for book #1, THE PRINCE’S MAN, and my building project, I haven’t posted a book review in a couple of months. This does […]

#BookReview – A VET VANISHES by L.C. Hibbett & N.M. Howell #paranormal #humour #ReverseHarem

It’s high time I posted some more reviews – I am SO far behind! I read this one months ago, and somehow missed reviewing it at the time. I only realised I hadn’t done so, when I finished reading book #3 in the series over Christmas, and took a look at my past reviews to […]

#BookReview – A HEAVEN FOR TOASTERS by Nicholas C.Rossis #SF

Back with yet another review – this one a recently released novel by fellow blogger Nicholas C. Rossis. Blurb A science fiction crime adventure with plenty of humour and romance A souvlaki and some sun. That is all Detective Mika Pensive wanted from her fun weekend away on the Greek islands. Instead, she finds herself […]

#BookReview – NINJA SCHOOL MUM by Lizzie Chantree #humour

I’m back again with another review (July/August are manic months at work, with lots of travelling which means lots of reading, not so much writing). This one is a different genre, in fact, it doesn’t really seem quite certain what genre it is,┬ácategorised on Amazon as ‘contemporary’, ‘friendship’, and ‘humour and satire’. It was gently […]