Book review: Murder in the Med

This feature is in association with NetGalley. Murder in the Med, Peter Mayle Thanks to NetGalley and to Bloodhound Books for an advance copy of Murder in the Med by the late Peter Mayle. I really enjoyed this story and think it’s a great, quick read to accompany anyone on their summer holiday. For a murder mystery, it was very relaxed and morphed into a bit of a caper at times. But the writing is glorious and colourful, and it […]

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Book review: The Killing Habit

This is a new feature on Words Worth Writing, in association with NetGalley. The Killing Habit, Mark Billingham Thanks to NetGalley and to Little, Brown for an advance copy of The Killing Habit by Mark Billingham. I love reading books by Mark Billingham and look forward to each new release. However, I have to admit to being a tad disappointed by this one. It felt a bit rushed or unedited, and the Kindle version I had, the layout was all […]

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Book review: Game Players

This is a new feature on Words Worth Writing, in association with NetGalley. Game Players, Anita Waller Thanks to NetGalley and to Bloodhound Books for an advance copy of Game Players by Anita Waller. This was my first meeting with Anita Waller, and I have to say I did enjoy the fast pace, the twists and the turns of this “gripping thriller”. I also enjoyed the Sheffield setting, although people outside of South Yorkshire need to know that Yorkshire folk […]

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