She’d read about places like this. Safe-houses, crash pads, they were places where criminals came to hide away from the world. Acquiring property also allowed a criminal organisation to launder and invest its ill-gotten gains. She reckoned this place must be worth two million.
Alice Fisher wants out of her life. She’s had as much as she can take.
I got this idea from a series of tweets that I saw one evening, sadly I’ve not been able to re-find them, but wanted you to know that this is not purely my idea. The tweets consisted of discussing whether it made you any less of a reader for reading some genres compared with other;… Continue reading Why I read what I read…
This beautiful book is just bursting with joy and happiness. Rydahl, born in Denmark and now living in France, looks at the reasons behind Denmark’s status as the Happiest Country; giving real life examples and comparisons between various other countries. Although jam packed with information, this is such an enjoyable read, that will make you… Continue reading ‘Happy as a Dane’ by Malene Rydahl
YAY its competition time again, and I’m super excited for this one as I ADORE this book. I’ve talked about this a few times in the past, and for good reason, this is a really uplifting and positive book. A non- fiction based on the reason why the Danes are the happiest people on the planet,… Continue reading GIVEAWAY!! Happy as a Dane
Welcome to another blog tour, and I can tell you now that I you haven’t already been convinced to read this book then I recommend that you just get yourself to a book store, buy your copy and settle down for a one sitting read! This little book was dynamite ready to explode, such a… Continue reading The Method by Shannon Kirk
YAY, its that time again; time to look a what I read last month and what I’m going to be reading this month! This is by far one of my favourite posts to write, and have been looking forward to looking back at my month of reading; and I must say it has been a… Continue reading February Reads& March TBR