Tag Archives: Ian Martyn

#BookReview – SECRET GARDEN by Ian Martyn #Paranormal #Mystery

I’m back again with another review, this one the third in the Inspector Kirby mysteries – books 2 & 3 were released at the same time, so it was a great pleasure to go straight on to the next, after enjoying Brexitus! so much. If you missed my review, click on the title to see […]

#BookReview – BREXITUS! by Ian Martyn #paranormal #mystery

Back to reviewing – this time, book #2 in the Northumbria mystery series by Ian Martyn – contemporary mystery with more than a touch of the paranormal and supernatural. I reviewed book #1 HERE at 4*, this one came in as a solid 5* If you like the sound of this book from my review, […]

New Release & Review – INSPECTOR KIRBY AND HAROLD LONGCOAT: A NORTHUMBRIAN MYSTERY by Ian Martyn #Paranormal #Mystery

New release ‘Inspector Kirby and Harold Longcoat: A Northumbrian Mystery’,  A contemporary mystery with a touch of the paranormal and supernatural. Blurb A pair of shoes at the side of the road, how weird can that be? Newcastle Detective Inspector Jonah Kirby, called ‘old school’ by his junior colleagues ends up with the cases other […]

#BookReview – BLEAK by Ian Martyn #SF novelette

I previously reviewed another of Ian Martyn’s SF novels, PROJECT NOAH, and enjoyed it, so when he asked me if I would review this novelette, I was more than happy to squeeze it into my schedule. It’s a prequel for a full length novel, and sets the scene very competently, while being a complete story […]

#BookReview – PROJECT NOAH by Ian Martyn #SF

Back to catching up on some of the reviews I owe to patient authors! Project Noah by Ian Martyn My rating: 4 of 5 stars  (more like 4 and a half, but they won’t let me do that). At the end of the twenty first century, the problems we foresee in our current day are […]